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```MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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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 &amp; 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
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First Nine Weeks
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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
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First Nine Weeks
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PHYSICS I
Course Code: 200338001
 Vectors Defined
Math Overview
Video
Standard:
SC.912.P.12.2
 One-Dimensional Kinematics
 Introduction: Runners Racing
 Calculating Motion &amp; 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
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 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
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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
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 Calculus: Areas and Distances: Finding
the Area Under a Velocity Curve as a
Distance Application
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Division of Academics – Department of Science
First Nine Weeks
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Science of NFL Football: Projectile Motion &amp; Parabolas
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British Engineers Help Swimmers Increase Speed
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Harpoon Could Corral Space Junk
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Banking On Speed: Bobsled
Blade Runners: Short Track Speed Skating
Tomatoes Tasteless, Tough -- Tougher Than Car Bumpers in Crash Test
The Science of Snowboarding
Slapshot Physics: Hockey
Science of Golf: Friction &amp; Spin
Science of NHL Hockey: Kinematics
Figuring Out Figure Skating
The Science of Skis
Factoring Fear: Physics and Roller Coasters
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Trends in Northern Hemisphere Sea Ice, 1970-2010
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