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READY, STEADY, GO! MOTION UNIT 1 MACHINES MOVE THE WORLD Marta Vidal Vidal L1 L1 L2L2

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IS IT MOVING? BUT CAN IT MOVE? HOW? WITH OUR HANDWITH OUR LEGSWITH THE WIND

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Draw the MOTION of these objects. use The motion of the Skier ARROWS

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Motion of a traffic light.

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Motion of the clockwise.

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Motion of a canyon ball.

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Motion of the space ship.

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Motion of a softball.

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Motion of the earth.

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Motion of a spin.

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The line or arrow used to describe objects MOTION is called TRAJECTORY. And that line could be; a straight line a parabola an oscillation a circle an ellipse..

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MOTION.. RECTILINIAR MOTION OSCILLATING MOTION ELLIPTICAL MOTION CIRCULAR MOTION PARABOLIC MOTION an ellipse a straight line a parabola an oscillation a circle

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VELOCITY WE CAN CALCULATE THE MOTION OF THE OBJECTS. VELOCITY TIME VELOCITY = DISTANCE TIME IN METERS IN SECONDS DIVIDED BY DISTANCEIS EQUAL TO CALCULATE A B DISTANCE 100 METERS TIME 14 SECONDSVELOCITY = 100 m 14 s VELOCITY = 7,14 m/s VELOCITY = 7.14 m/s

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HANDS ON! Velocity PROBLEM: How do you identify and calculate the velocity of objects/bodies? MATERIALS: Pencil and a calculator. STEPS: 1. Predict the velocity of this bodies looking at data. Write a number from 1 to 5 (from the faster to the slower). 2. Calculate the velocity. 3. Write a number from 1 to 5 (from the fastest to the slowest). 4. Share and check the results with all the class.

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HANDS ON! Velocity PROBLEM: How do you identify and calculate the velocity of objects/bodies? STEPS: 1. Predict the velocity of this bodies looking at data and write a number from 1 to 5 (from the fastest to the slowest). Bodies in motion PREDICTIONMETERSSECONDSVELOCITY The winner of a race Skier 810 m54s m/s Skateboard 25 m50 s m/s Canyon ball 1500 m15s m/s Bicycle 270 m45sm/s Car 1280 m32sm/s

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HANDS ON! Velocity PROBLEM: How do you identify and calculate the velocity of objects/bodies? STEPS: 2. Calculate the velocity. Remember Bodies in motion PREDICTIONMETERSSECONDSVELOCITY The winner of a race Skier 810 m54s m/s Skateboard 25 m50 s m/s Canyon ball 1500 m15s m/s Bicycle 270 m45sm/s Car 1280 m32sm/s VELOCITY = DISTANCE TIME

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HANDS ON! Velocity PROBLEM: How do you identify and calculate the velocity of objects/bodies? STEPS: 3. Write a number from 1 to 5 (from the faster to the slower). 4. Share and check the results with all the class. Bodies in motion PREDICTIONMETERSSECONDSVELOCITY The winner of a race Skier 810 m54s m/s Skateboard 25 m50 s m/s Canyon ball 1500 m15s m/s Bicycle 270 m45sm/s Car 1280 m32sm/s

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