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Sept. 25, 2012 AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Lab Explanation 3 – Lab 4 – Graphing Data 5 – Velocity on Position vs. Time Graphs Today’s Goal: Students will be able to construct a position vs. time graph. Homework 1. Finish constructing data table and graph.

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Wednesday, Sept. 19 Objective: Students will be able to construct a position vs. time graph. Bell Ringer: 1.In a position vs. time graph, what is on the y axis? What is on the x axis? 2.On a position vs. time graph, what does a horizontal line mean?

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Wednesday, Sept. 19 Objective: Students will be able to construct a position vs. time graph. Bell Ringer: 1.In a position vs. time graph, what is on the y axis? What is on the x axis? 2.On a position vs. time graph, what does a horizontal line mean?

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Wednesday, Sept. 19 Objective: Students will be able to construct a position vs. time graph. Bell Ringer: 1.In a position vs. time graph, what is on the y axis? What is on the x axis? 2.On a position vs. time graph, what does a horizontal line mean?

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Wednesday, Sept. 19 Objective: Students will be able to construct a position vs. time graph. Bell Ringer: 1.In a position vs. time graph, what is on the y axis? What is on the x axis? 2.On a position vs. time graph, what does a horizontal line mean?

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Wednesday, Sept. 19 Objective: Students will be able to construct a position vs. time graph. Bell Ringer: 1.In a position vs. time graph, what is on the y axis? What is on the x axis? 2.On a position vs. time graph, what does a horizontal line mean?

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Wednesday, Sept. 19 Objective: Students will be able to construct a position vs. time graph. Bell Ringer: 1.In a position vs. time graph, what is on the y axis? What is on the x axis? 2.On a position vs. time graph, what does a horizontal line mean?

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BELL- RINGER TIME IS UP!

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Sept. 25, 2012 AGENDA: 1 – Bell Ringer 2 – Lab Explanation 3 – Lab 4 – Graphing Data 5 – Velocity on Position vs. Time Graphs Today’s Goal: Students will be able to construct a position vs. time graph. Homework 1. Finish constructing data table and graph.

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Lab Activity C – Conversation – Talk to group quietly (whisper level) H – Help – RAISE HAND for questions A – Activity – In your table groups, you will measure out 1m intervals & record position v. time data M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, Notebook, timer P – Participation – Complete lab S – Success – Take down data for 10 points

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Position v. Time Graph Lab. Topic: Demonstration Date: 9/25/2012

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Writing Procedure C – Conversation – Observe quietly, then get up and discuss with your group (whisper). H – Help – RAISE HAND for questions, do not yell out my name. A – Activity – Your table will write a procedure for the lab & construct a table. M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, paper P – Participation – Write procedure S – Success – Mr. Rana approves to start lab

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Position v. Time Graph Lab. Topic: Procedure Date: 9/25/2012

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1. Measure out 1 meter intervals with meterstick, mark with tape. 2. Choose one person to move, everyone else will record. 3. Using a stopwatch, record the position the moving person is at every 10 seconds. 4. Graph the data.

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Position v. Time Graph Lab. Topic: Graphing Data Date: 9/25/2012

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Graphing Data 1. Graph your data on a position vs. time graph 2. Calculate the slope of the line, this is your velocity. 3. In which time periods was your subject moving away from the origin? 4. In which time periods was your subject moving toward the origin? 5. In which time periods was your subject standing still

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Lab Analysis C – Conversation – Whisper only H – Help – Raise hand, don’t yell out A – Activity – Graphing data points M – Materials and Movement – Pen/Pencil, paper P – Participation – Graph data, calculate slope, answer questions S – Success – Complete lab analysis today

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Velocity on Position v. Time Graph Velocity is the change in displacement in a certain time period. Velocity is the slope of a position vs. time graph.

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