1.6 AP Physics Exit Ticket CFS 5 Advanced 4 Excelling 3 Proficient 2 Emergent 1 Developing Identification: • Correctly identifies vector • Correctly identifies trig ratio Justification (#2): • States acceleration is due to gravity • Defines acceleration due to gravity as a constant value (-9.8 m/s2) • Correctly identifies that magnitude and direction of the acceleration remains constant • Correctly states that gravity only acts in negative (downward) direction Justification (#4): • Includes correct reasoning, is clear and detailed, and complete • Describes which trig identity was chosen and how it applies to this problem • Uses key words like opposite, hypotenuse, and/or adjacent Identification: • Correctly identifies vector • Correctly identifies trig ratio Justification (#2): (3 out of 4) • States acceleration is due to gravity • Defines acceleration due to gravity as a constant value (-9.8 m/s2) • Correctly identifies that magnitude and direction of the acceleration remains constant • Correctly states that gravity only acts in negative (downward) direction Justification (#4): • Includes correct reasoning but lack some details Identification: (1 out of 2) • Correctly identifies vector • Correctly identifies trig ratio Justification (#2): (3 out of 4) • States acceleration is due to gravity • Defines acceleration due to gravity as a constant value (-9.8 m/s2) • Correctly identifies that magnitude and direction of the acceleration remains constant • Correctly states that gravity only acts in negative (downward) direction Justification (#4): • Includes correct reasoning • Justification may lack clarity/flow Identification: (1 out of 2) • Correctly identifies vector • Correctly identifies trig ratio Justification (#2): (2 out of 4) • States acceleration is due to gravity • Defines acceleration due to gravity as a constant value (-9.8 m/s2) • Correctly identifies that magnitude and direction of the acceleration remains constant • Correctly states that gravity only acts in negative (downward) direction Justification (#4): • Reasoning/explanation is incorrect Conceptually: • Little or no understanding of physics concepts. Mathematically: • Incorrect equations; demonstrates little or no understanding of mathematical concepts involved.