This relative motion activity challenges students to solve physics problems and prove their findings by using CER (Claim, Evidence, Reasoning). Projectile Motion would come right after this in sequencing. Students use V=d/t to solve for motion in two dimensions. It includes careful scaffolding to help train students to realize two dimensional motion problems are two problems that can be solved independently of one another, with time being "the big link" between the two.
Zombies have overrun the island and students must escape on one of 3 boats! Who survives? Students solve their problems and then summarize their findings in CER format.
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