2 GoalCreate a storybook, cartoon, or animation displaying constant and accelerated motion.
3 Your Project Must Have…. Simple story plotlineIllustrations :DAt least 5 different motionsAt least 2 constant velocityAt least 2 accelerated motionEach motion must haveDisplacement vs. time graphVelocity vs. time graphAcceleration vs. time graph
4 Example Story “The Hungry Bug” Darcy the lady bug was a happy little bug. One day, she decided to take a walk to the nearby park. She left her home and crawled at a clam, constant pace. She then slowed down to a stop and sat on a park bench to enjoy the sun. She remained there and enjoyed her lunch for most of the afternoon. After she was finished, she remembered she had an appointment to meet her friend Lucky. She calmly walked back to her home and then quickly speed off away from her home until she came to a rest at her friends house.
5 Displacement vs. Time Graphs BDisplacementDAETime
8 Scoring Rubric Motions Story Plot Illustration d vs. t graph V vs. t grapha vs. tCare/CreativityLess than 3 motionsNot PresentNot presentSloppy, unfinished1Only 3 motionsPlot confusing and disorganizedNot clear what illustration is displaying.Lacks more than one component or makes one mistakeProject is “Bare-boned.”2Only 4 motionsInconsistent plot without graphs.Only illustration is clear, but sloppy.Lacks one component or makes one mistakeSome creativity/care, but did not attempt to “think outside the box”35 MotionsClear and understandable plotIllustration is clear and displays something relevant to the plot.Includes all labels, displays motion clearly and matches plot.Care was clearly put into the project.
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