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MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Student BYOD Resource Page PHYSICS I Course Code: 200338001 TOPIC II: Constant Velocity Particle Pacing Date(s) Traditional 12 days 09-01-15 to 09-18-15 Block ESSENTIAL CONTENT A. Derive the meaning of Velocity 1. Constant velocity B. Represent motion in multiple ways 1. Graphs 2. Motion Maps 3. Kinematic Equations C. Develop the Concept of Relative Motion 1. Reference frames 2. Time Dilation & Contraction SC.912.P.12.2 OBJECTIVES Analyze the motion of an object in terms of its position and velocity Describe velocity as a vector quantity, and speed as a scalar Observe graphs that describe the motion of objects based on their position and velocity Use Motion maps to represent motion Analyze the motion of an object in terms of its position and velocity Describe what the slope of a speed-versus-time graph represents. Differentiate scalars and vectors and give common examples. Infer the relationship between the dependent and independent variables and recognize a mathematical model to these graphs. Demonstrate how an observed motion is dependent on a frame of reference Evaluate that there is no absolute frame of reference from which to observe all motion. 6 Days 09-01-15 to 09-18-15 INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS Textbook: Ch. 4 Vocabulary: Frame of reference, Position Speed, slope, Velocity, Acceleration, Instantaneous velocity, average velocity Technology: 1. Lectures online 2. Khan Academy 3. http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu 4. http://www.physicssource.org (search your topic) 5. http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/ (search your topic) 6. http://www.learner.org/resources/series136.html 7. http://www.learner.org/resources/series42.html# 8. Progressive Science Initiative (PSI) a. Kinematics Distance-Time Graph Division of Academics – Department of Science First Nine Weeks Page 1 of 6 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Student BYOD Resource Page PHYSICS I SC.912.P.12.1 SC.912.P.12.2 SC.912.P.12.9 Course Code: 200338001 The Moving Man Standard: SC.912.N.1.1 Video Standard: SC.912.N.1.2 Video Motion and Force Video Standard: SC.912.N.3.5 Standard: SC.912.P.12.1 Introduction Bodies in Motion Math Explanation Velocity and Acceleration: Knight Rider Garage Trigonometry: Mathematical Models Constructing Functions: Representing Functions involving Rate, Time , and Distance Introduction: Sports and Vectors Video Division of Academics – Department of Science First Nine Weeks Page 2 of 6 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Student BYOD Resource Page PHYSICS I Course Code: 200338001 Vectors Defined Math Overview Video Standard: SC.912.P.12.2 One-Dimensional Kinematics Introduction: Runners Racing Calculating Motion & Rate of Speed Velocity Article Standard: SC.912.P.12.9 Standard: MAFS.912.ACED.1.4 Video Equations and Formulas Math Using Formulas Explanation Video Standard: MAFS.912.FIF.3.7 Reference Points Reference Frames and Relativity Image Rewriting Formulas The Usefulness of Graphing Data Circle Graphs Understanding Axes and Intervals Applications of Slope-Intercept Form Converting Standard Form to SlopeIntercept Form Graphs of Linear Functions Graph, a street car man's family budget A graph showing the urbanization of California in 1925 Algebra I: The Slope-Intercept Math Overview Algebra I: Graphing Data Division of Academics – Department of Science First Nine Weeks Frames of Reference Geometry: Graphing Linear Equations Reviewing Slope-Intercept Form Writing and Using Slope-Intercept Form Example 2: Maxima and Minima -Waves and Sine Automobile ownership in LA vs. entire U.S Page 3 of 6 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Student BYOD Resource Page PHYSICS I Course Code: 200338001 Trigonometry: Trigonometric Equations, Part One: Applications: Projectile Motion Math Algebra I: Data: Reading Data on a Bar Explanation Graph Algebra I: Data: Reading Data on a Circle Graph Standard: MAFS.912.NQ.1.1 Algebra I: Data: Reading Data in Line Algebra I: The Slope-Intercept: Graphs Describing the Graph of a Line Given Equation in Slope-Intercept Form Algebra I: Data: Describing Different Types of Graphs and Their Differences Algebra I: The Slope-Intercept: Graphing Lines in Slope-Intercept Form Review: Calculating Average Speed Video Scalars and Vectors Video Standard: MAFS.912.NVM.1.1 Standard: MAFS.912.NVM.1.2 Math Explanation Math Explanation Video Standard: MAFS.912.NVM.1.3 Vectors and Notation Describing Vectors in Component Form Velocity Vector Addition Example 3: Graphing Different Calculating Resultant Direction Quantities -- Tennis, Time, and Distance Components of a Vector Math Adding Vectors Graphically Explanation Adding Vectors Division of Academics – Department of Science First Nine Weeks Calculus: Areas and Distances: Finding the Area Under a Velocity Curve as a Distance Application Page 4 of 6 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Student BYOD Resource Page PHYSICS I Course Code: 200338001 Video Division of Academics – Department of Science First Nine Weeks Maximizing the Long Jump of Bryan Clay Science of NFL Football: Projectile Motion & Parabolas It IS Rocket Science: Texas HS Students Build Rockets Science of NHL Hockey: Projectile Motion Unassisted Flight: Daredevil Crosses the English Channel on Carbon Fiber Wings G-Forces and the Safety of Roller Coasters Science of NFL Football: Vectors High Stakes, High Altitude: Onboard a U-2 Spy Plane Science of Golf: Kinematics Science Friction: Curling British Engineers Help Swimmers Increase Speed Sticks and Stones: A Look at the Olympic Sport of Curling The Physics of Curve Balls Science of Golf: Evolution of the Golf Club Science of NFL Football: Kinematics - Position, Velocity & Acceleration Downhill Science: Alpine Skiing The Future of Transit? 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