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Unit of work:Motion
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rememberingUnderstandingapplyinganalysingevaluatingCreating
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verbal linguisticword equationsRewrite word equation in different terms /languageDescribe the event in terms of effect of each variablecompare two events and the possible differences in the variablesDescribe how an accident could have been avoided by referring to the variables that led to its occurrenceCreate a podcast episode that explains the impact of changes in motion on an identified sequence of events
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kinestheticwriting, pushing forcesdemonstrate physically action reaction vary the forces and then demonstrate their effectRole play how different forces can change the structural integrity of an object Perform an experiment where you compare the results of your interaction with an object (foam cube) with observed cubes to determine the event that occurred on itpredict the effect of variables on motion
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logical mathematicalState the equations of motion as mathematical expressionsrearrange equationGiven a set of values calculate the unknownWrite out possible variations of an equation of motion that will yield similar observed resultsDeduce what may have occurred in a given scenario based on information provideddesign a problem for your peers that requires several stages of mathematical manipulatikns
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musical / audiotorysong to remember equationsIdentify differences in time sequences to determine rate of motionlisten to the tick of a pendulum and determine the periodcompare two pendulums and decide which one is faster, has higher mass or longer lengthListen to two witness statements about an event and determine which is more likely to be accuratepredict the level of sound in a crash based on the mass and velocity of the objects involved
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visual spatialRecall an example you have seen of how changes in acceleration have altered the velocity of an objectmatch graph to an eventwatch pendulum and determine the periodanalyse the motion in a videotraffic lights evaluate own learning and use coloured cards to monitor how many studentts get itvisualisation. students create a picture or diagram which other studwnts have to work out a meaning
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intrapersonalexperience or story related to motiondescribe the difference between impluse for different massesexit strategy - get students to write down what they didn't understand from a lesson
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interpersonalNewtonexplain to someone else your understandinggive students different informatiom and get them to organise this information into a sequence of problem solvingprovide a stimulus such as a picture and encourage discussion so that outside knowledge can be related to stimulusprofessors or experts - groups learn a small part of content then become the expert in a new groip to explain that contentmodel an example of interacting forces with a group
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