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PHYSICS RESOURCES for REMOTE INSTRUCTION
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This spreadsheet will be updated with additional resources as needed.
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Standard 1: Investigate and analyze, based on evidence obtained through observation or experimental design, the motion of an object using both graphical and mathematical models that may include descriptors such as position, distance traveled, displacement, speed, velocity, and acceleration.
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What level course is this resource appropriate for? General/Honors/Advanced/ All?Name of resource:Direct link to resource:Brief description of resource:Is this resource vetted (listed on the ebscoed.com website)? Y/NSpecialist recommending resource:
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AllThe Physics Classroom: Ticker Tape Diagramshttps://www.physicsclassroom.com/Class/1DKin/U1L2b.cfmA lecture using visual presentation of type of motion using the ticker tape analysis and dot diagrams. The webpage includes interactive exercises. This is also linked to a vector diagram page that describes each type of motion.YLou
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AllFlexbooks - Chapter 2.1: Position and Displacementhttps://flexbooks.ck12.org/cbook/ck-12-physics-flexbook-2.0/section/2.1/primary/lesson/position-and-displacement-physA discussion on the difference between distance and displacement, which includes a simulated activity. This also comes with summary, review and explore more sections. YLou
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AllFlexbooks - Chapter 2.3: Instantaneous Velocityhttps://flexbooks.ck12.org/cbook/ck-12-physics-flexbook-2.0/section/2.3/primary/lesson/instantaneous-velocity-phys/A read on instantaneous velocity with graphs. It also includes a simulation and a video. A practice is linked to this. YLou
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AllFlexbooks - Chapter 2.2: Average Velocityhttps://flexbooks.ck12.org/cbook/ck-12-physics-flexbook-2.0/section/2.2/primary/lesson/average-velocity-physA lecture with 2 simulated activitiies, summary, and interactive practice. YLou
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AllGa Virtual School
http://cms.gavirtualschool.org/Shared/Science/Physics17/OneDimensionalKinematics/index.html
An interactive module for one dimensional kinematics including videos, handouts and quizzesyJulie
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allGa Virtual School
http://cms.gavirtualschool.org/Shared/Science/Physics17/TwoDimensionalKinematics/index.html
An interactive module for vectors and 2 D motion including videos, handouts and quizzes.yJulie
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AllGeoGebrahttps://www.geogebra.org/m/pdNj3DgDAn interactive of Position, velocity, and acceleration vs time graphs. The velocity graph can be manipulated and the position and acceleration graphs can be predicted. YCarla
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ALLPhysicsclassroomhttps://www.physicsclassroom.com/Concept-Builders/Kinematics/Position-Time-Graphs-Conceptual-Analysis/Concept-BuilderInteractive similar to ASIM Match the GraphYJulie
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AllTexasGatewayhttps://www.texasgateway.org/binder/2-motion-one-dimensionA resource for content, practice and interatives.NJulie
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allDavidWees.comhttps://davidwees.com/graphgame/Move the stick person to match the position time graphNJulie
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allGigaphysics.comhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1cc5bYdE2HxVeUr5HlhgQ_AWB6ClkF_qG/view?usp=sharing and for vt graphs https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t1O3Z4N0tj8L1QM3FfAsuFebf--BlRUK/view?usp=sharing Teacher designed virtual alternative to Match the GraphNJulie
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allhttps://iwant2study.org/lookangejss/02_newtonianmechanics_2kinematics/ejss_model_freefall01/freefall01_Simulation.xhtmlSimulation that could be used to collect position time data for virtual Motion of a Falling Marble labNJulie
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https://pages.uoregon.edu/sokoloff/HomePPROJP.html
interactive worksheet on projectile motion, uses phrase "as a function of" which may need clarification for studentsNTommi
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allSimbucket Video labshttps://www.simbucket.com/video-motion-analysis/Videos for recording data! Projectiles, Pendulums and free fall!NJulie
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AllGeorgia Public Broadcastinghttps://www.gpb.org/physics-in-motionShort lesson videos with Notetaking guides and practice problemsNJulie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Lab Measuring & Graphing
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=525#top
This activity develops the concepts of measuring, significant figures, unit conversions and graphical treatment of data. It is an introduction to the Four-Step Method of determining the relationship in the form of an equation between variables in an experiment. This lab used to be called Density. Requires ASIM lab equipment.YJulie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Intro to Graphing
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=586#top
Students measure the diameter and circumference of several round objects then graphically determine the ratio C/D and model this relationship using the linear equation y = mx + b. Requires ASIM lab equipment.YJulie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Significant Times
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=560#top
Students use a stopwatch or cell phone timer to measure an interval of time between clapping hands. From this data, students consider the limitations of measurements and the instruments used to take those measurements.YJulie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Traveling Washer in 1D
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=561#top
Students move a washer in increments along a one dimensional grid. A sequence of follow up questions leads students to distinguish between the vocabulary terms Position, Distance and Displacement. YJulie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Motion of a Toy Car
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=548#top
Students will gather data and organize that data in tables and graphs. Students will use the familiar equations for a line and for the area of a rectangle to create equations that can be used to describe the motion of the car.YJulie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Match the Graph
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=562#top
Students move in front of a motion sensor to explore the relationship between the position and time or the velocity and time of a moving object (the student). Students are also introduced to position-time and velocity-time graphs.Y Julie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Constant Velocity
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=540#top
Physics terms used to describe motion can be confusing at first. In this lab the velocity of a battery powered cart is measured and the initial, final, instantaneous, and average velocities are calculated and also determined graphically and the differences between them are explored.YStephen Shivers
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Comparing Linear Speed and Circular Speed
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=559#top
Students use distance and time interval measurements to determine the speed for a car traveling in a straight line versus traveling in a circle.YJulie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Changing Velocity
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=539#top
In this lab the velocities of a cart rolling down an inclined plane are measured and the initial, final, instantaneous, and average velocities are calculated and also determined graphically and the differences between them are explored and compared those of an object traveling at a constant velocityYStephen Shivers
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Motion of a Falling Marble
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=563#top
Using time and distance data collected from a falling marble, students will study accelerated motion, including the graphical derivation of several kinematics equations. Requires ASIM equipment.YLou Richardson
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Motion on an Incline
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=529#top
Students will investigate the relationships between position, velocity and acceleration of a cart rolling down an incline by analyzing graphical data. ASIM Lab equipment requiredYJulie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Motion Graphs Worksheethttps://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=554#topStudents are given a graph of position, velocity or acceleration versus time and asked to sketch the missing correlated motion graphs. This activity can be done with no equipment provided from ASIMYEric
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Treasure Hunt
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=570#top
Student teams hide items supplied by the teacher in the school. Students provide vector directions, magnitude and direction, used by other teams to locate the items.YTommi Holsenbeck
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Journey of a Physics Student
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=524#top
Students plot a navigational flight plan around the United States using Cartesian and polar coordinates. They use vector analysis (Pythagorean Theorem, sine, cosine and tangent) to determine the displacement and distance traveled.YJulie
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Tractor Pull
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=566#top
Students predict and then observe the motion of a toy car riding on a plastic sheet being pulled by a second toy car. This activity is intended to help students visualize two dimensional motion. It can also be used to show relative motion in 1D and 2D.YEric
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Projectile Motion Photo Worksheet
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=554#top
Students analyze and compare the motion of the two objects captured in the photograph.YDoreen
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ASIM SchoolsHorizontal Launchhttps://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=554#topThis activity helps students investigate what determines the horizontal range of a projectile. It also allows them to investigate how 1D motion is connected to 2D motion. This lab used to be called Muzzle Velocity.YEric
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Range vs Angle
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=537#top
Students will measure the distance an object launched at an angle goes for various angles. After graphing their results they will describe how the distance traveled depends upon the angle of launch.YStephen Shivers
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Basketball Toss
https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=558#top
Students use the Vernier Logger Pro Video Analysis software to analyze the motion of a basketball in projectile motion. ASIM equipment neededYDoreen
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ASIM SchoolsASIM Coefficient of Friction https://cws.auburn.edu/asim/Experiments/Details?experimentId=568#topStudents will investigate factors that affect friction between two objects, develop the equation for friction graphically, and distinguish between static and kinetic coefficients of friction. Requires ASIM equipment. Y Lou Richardson
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ASIM SchoolsInteractive Video Vignetteshttps://www.compadre.org/ivv/2D Motion to be tracked and graphed.Y Tommi Holsenbeck
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AllBoston University Physics Simulationshttp://physics.bu.edu/~duffy/classroom.htmlThis is a collection of Physlets and Simulations (Java and 5 HTML) that cover all physics topics.NSteve Owens
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