Date: Week of September 15 - 19, 2014 Unit: Motion Course: CP

Date: Week of September 15 - 19, 2014
Unit: Motion
Course: CP Physics
Instructor: Mr. David L. Emrick
Subject of Lesson:
 Linear position, distance, and displacement
 Speed, velocity, and acceleration
Objective(s) of Lesson:
Topic: Representing Motion
Learning Objective (1.A.1.1):
The student is able to express the position and motion of an object using narrative, mathematical, and graphical representations. [See Science Practices
1.5, 2.1, and 2.2]
Instructional Aids, Materials, or Tools Needed:
 Textbook – Minds on Physics (MOPS) by The University of Massachusetts Physics Research Group – Book 1: Motion: Activities 14  Labs – Physics with Computers by Vernier: Lab 5
Lesson Outline:
d. Review Activity 16
a. Review Activities 15
e. Continue Activity 17
b. Prepare for Graphical Analysis Test
f. HW – Complete Activity 17
c. HW – Prepare for Test
a. Review Activity 17
a. Test over graphical analysis
b. Begin Activity 25
b. HW – Prepare for Activity 16 Activity 16
c. HW – Complete Activity 25
a. Opener – How can position vs. time and velocity vs. time graphs be used to
create algebraic equation of constant motion?
b. Begin Activity 16
c. HW – Finish Activity 16 and begin Activity 17
 Question and Answer, Test, Activity Sheets
 One-on-one review
 Tutorial Available
 Re-teach to entire class if there is mass misunderstanding.