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# Compare and Contrast Speed, Velocity and Acceleration

## Compare and Contrast Speed, Velocity and Acceleration

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Compare and Contrast Speed, Velocity and Acceleration

Bell Ringer 11-7-13

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Compare and Contrast Speed, Velocity and Acceleration

is the speed of an object in a particular direction

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MYP 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.

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Agenda

OpeningThe world fastest!!Work Session

The Need for Speed Lab

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Opening- The worlds Fastest

What is the worlds fastest ………….

CAR?

LAND ANIMAL?

BIRD?

PERSON?

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World Fastest Man

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How 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

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Work 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

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Closing- Share Your Data

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

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Let’s Look at YOUR data