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Included in this zip folder are 18 SMART Notebook files. 13 are assignments, 3 are introduction files and 2 are student reference printables.

Intro #1 is a 50 slide presentation. The emphasis is understanding acceleration, constant acceleration and gravity. 16 formative assessment problems are embedded in the presentation that use the formula a=(vf-vi)/t.

Intro #2 is 15 slide file. The formula df=.5at^2+vit+di is derived from 3 simple motion formulas.

Intro #3 is a 76 slide instructional file. The parts of the parametric equations needed to solve and graph 2 dimensional projectiles are intricately discussed. The topics include:

1. x component of the initial velocity vector

2. y component of the initial velocity vector

3. Modeling the projectile with a graph

4. Finding the 3 coordinates of the vertex of the parabola (x,y) and parameter, t. This is done by the -b/(2a) method.

5. Finding the 3 coordinates of where the projectile hits the ground (x,y) and parameter, t. This is done by the quadratic formula.

6. Finding the coordinates of these points accurate to 2 decimal places using a TI 30XS multi-view calculator.

Student printable #1 is 1 page. It includes:

1. The difference between speed and velocity

2. The difference between distance and displacement

3. 2 degree separation between displacement and acceleration

4. Derived, df=.5at^2+vit+di

Student printable #2 is 1 page. It includes:

1. The definition of acceleration

2. When acceleration is negative

3. Mapping signs of velocity and acceleration

4. gravitational constants with a few example problems

Assignments A-F are reviews of the 2 average velocity formulas and the acceleration formula. These assignments can be printed or used at socrative.com. The socrative share numbers are included in the files. They are aslo coded for SMART Response. A brief description of each:

Assignment A is a 15 question multiple choice assignment over vector and scaler quantities.

Assignment B is a 15 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is knowing when average velocity can be found using v=.5(vi+vf). Also, displacement vs distance is emphasized.

Assignment C is a 15 question short answer assignment. The emphasis is using the 3 basic formulas and answering with the correct units.

Assignment D is a 15 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is using the acceleration formula.

Assignment E is a 15 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is the mapping directions of velocity and acceleration.

Assignment F is a 15 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is mapping directions of velocity and acceleration as well as some gravity problems.

Assignment #1 is a 24 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is finding points on the plane given parametric equations. It is on 1 page for easy printing and coded for SMART Response.

Assignment #2 is a 24 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is understanding, recognizing and making parametric equations for 2 dimensional motion. It is on 1 page for easy printing and coded for SMART Response.

Assignment #3 is a scripted problem. The student:

1. Writes the initial velocity vector in both polar and rectangular form

2. Writes the parametric equations needed

3. Fills out a table of values over a given time interval

4. Models the motion with a graph

5. Finds, accurate to 2 decimal places, the coordinates of the vertex and where the projectile hits the ground.

It is on 1 page for easy printing and free in the preview file.

Assignment #4 is like #3

Assignment #5 is like #3

Assignment #5 is like #3

Thank you for looking

Intro #1 is a 50 slide presentation. The emphasis is understanding acceleration, constant acceleration and gravity. 16 formative assessment problems are embedded in the presentation that use the formula a=(vf-vi)/t.

Intro #2 is 15 slide file. The formula df=.5at^2+vit+di is derived from 3 simple motion formulas.

Intro #3 is a 76 slide instructional file. The parts of the parametric equations needed to solve and graph 2 dimensional projectiles are intricately discussed. The topics include:

1. x component of the initial velocity vector

2. y component of the initial velocity vector

3. Modeling the projectile with a graph

4. Finding the 3 coordinates of the vertex of the parabola (x,y) and parameter, t. This is done by the -b/(2a) method.

5. Finding the 3 coordinates of where the projectile hits the ground (x,y) and parameter, t. This is done by the quadratic formula.

6. Finding the coordinates of these points accurate to 2 decimal places using a TI 30XS multi-view calculator.

Student printable #1 is 1 page. It includes:

1. The difference between speed and velocity

2. The difference between distance and displacement

3. 2 degree separation between displacement and acceleration

4. Derived, df=.5at^2+vit+di

Student printable #2 is 1 page. It includes:

1. The definition of acceleration

2. When acceleration is negative

3. Mapping signs of velocity and acceleration

4. gravitational constants with a few example problems

Assignments A-F are reviews of the 2 average velocity formulas and the acceleration formula. These assignments can be printed or used at socrative.com. The socrative share numbers are included in the files. They are aslo coded for SMART Response. A brief description of each:

Assignment A is a 15 question multiple choice assignment over vector and scaler quantities.

Assignment B is a 15 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is knowing when average velocity can be found using v=.5(vi+vf). Also, displacement vs distance is emphasized.

Assignment C is a 15 question short answer assignment. The emphasis is using the 3 basic formulas and answering with the correct units.

Assignment D is a 15 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is using the acceleration formula.

Assignment E is a 15 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is the mapping directions of velocity and acceleration.

Assignment F is a 15 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is mapping directions of velocity and acceleration as well as some gravity problems.

Assignment #1 is a 24 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is finding points on the plane given parametric equations. It is on 1 page for easy printing and coded for SMART Response.

Assignment #2 is a 24 question multiple choice assignment. The emphasis is understanding, recognizing and making parametric equations for 2 dimensional motion. It is on 1 page for easy printing and coded for SMART Response.

Assignment #3 is a scripted problem. The student:

1. Writes the initial velocity vector in both polar and rectangular form

2. Writes the parametric equations needed

3. Fills out a table of values over a given time interval

4. Models the motion with a graph

5. Finds, accurate to 2 decimal places, the coordinates of the vertex and where the projectile hits the ground.

It is on 1 page for easy printing and free in the preview file.

Assignment #4 is like #3

Assignment #5 is like #3

Assignment #5 is like #3

Thank you for looking

Total Pages

76 pages

Answer Key

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Teaching Duration

3 days