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linoit Unit 7-2 Motion - This resource will be used as a communication and collaboration tool for students. Students will be able to post questions or concerns they may have about the content. The questions can be answered by me or by other students. This will provide an easily accessible medium for students to communicate with each other and me when we are both in and out of school. physics, motion, newton, speed, velocity, acceleration, #etlobest

### Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Card Sort

Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration interactive card sort activity. Challenge your students to differentiate between these 3 types of motion.

velocity-time-graph -This resource will be used by students throughout the unit as an example of how to set up and read a velocity-time graph. It will be available to students anywhere they have access to the internet. The graph depicts how slope is used to determine the type of acceleration which is occurring. This graph will provide an example for students, help them study, and assist them in reading and making their own graphs - velocity-time-graph.jpg, physics, motion, #etlobest

### Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration

This worksheet was created for my 6th grade science classroom. Students will choose whether the statement describes Velocity (a change in speed where the direction is indicated), Speed (a measure of speed with the units), or an Acceleration (a slowing or quickening with no measure of speed indicated).

Speed, Velocity and Acceleration | gcse-revision, physics, forces-motion, speed-velocity-and-acceleration | Revision World

Great and catchy video for teaching Motion, Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration! It's short and has a song that will help them remember the differences!

### Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Task Cards

Real world examples of speed, velocity, and acceleration. Use these task cards as a station lab, group work, individual work, or for small group intervention.

What is a scalar? A scalar is a quantity that is fully described by a magnitude only. It is described by just a single number. Some examples of scalar quantities include speed, volume, mass, temperature, power, energy, and time. What is a vector? A vector is a quantity that has both a magnitude and a direction. Vector quantities are important in the study of motion. Some examples of vector quantities include force, velocity, acceleration, displacement, and momentum.

Students will apply what they've learned about force and motion to analyze motion graphs - constant, acceleration, and at rest graphs. Thank you for shopping at Jodi's Jewels!

### Net Force and Force Diagrams

Net Force, Balance Force(s), Unbalance Force(s) and Force Diagrams Activities.Students will calculate the net force using force diagrams and identify direction and balance and unbalance force.Review Worksheet, Reinforcement, Quiz, Bellringer/Starter, Exit Slip Closure Activity, Handout, Newton's Three Laws of Motion Worksheet

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