# 1.6.AP ExTicket CFS ```1.6 AP Physics Exit Ticket CFS
5
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.
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