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Compare and Contrast Speed, Velocity and Acceleration

Bell Ringer 11-7-13

Slide2Compare and Contrast Speed, Velocity and Acceleration

is the speed of an object in a particular direction

Slide3MYP Unit Question: What Moves YOU!!

Area of Interaction: Human Ingenuity

Essential Question: How are forces related to motion? How can we explain these relationships using the terms speed, velocity, and acceleration.

S8P3

. Students will investigate

relationship

between force, mass,

and

the motion of objects.

Learning Target: Today I will be learning

more about speed and its relationship to force, this is important because speed impacts my daily life.

Slide4Agenda

OpeningThe world fastest!!Work Session

The Need for Speed Lab

Share Your Data

Slide5Opening- The worlds Fastest

What is the worlds fastest ………….

CAR?

LAND ANIMAL?

BIRD?

PERSON?

Slide6World Fastest Man

Slide7How to Calculate SPEED

Speed=Distance/TimeSpeed is measured in meters (5m) or 10mTake the average of your two times and use your distance to calculate the speed.Example: 1st time 5.33 seconds

2

nd

time 4.62 seconds

5.33+4.62=9.95/2=>4.97 seconds

Calculate speed

5 meters/4.97seconds=1.00 m/s

Slide8Work Session

The NEED for Speed LabWe will provide you with copies.You need to designate the group responsibilities

There will be two timers

One runner

One Recorder.

Speed

, Acceleration, Inertia,

Friction

, Gravity, Force (Formula

), Motion, Velocity

, Balanced and Unbalanced Forces

Slide9Closing- Share Your Data

Using the data from your lab, “share” which scenario you “hypothesized would have the greatest speed.

Slide10Let’s Look at YOUR data

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