Unit 3  Quiz 1
201415 School Year
The first quiz of the Kinematics unit will be taken at the end of class
on Monday, December 8 The quiz will address the following objectives:
 The
student should be able to apply concepts of vectors, scalars, distance,
displacement, speed (average and instantaneous) and velocity (average
and instantaneous) in order to describe an object's motion..
Packet: The Language of Kinematics, pp. 14
Lab: K1  Those Wheels are Hot
MOP: Kinematic Concepts Module  Assignments KC1KC3
Physics Classroom Tutorial: Kinematics Chapter, Lesson 1a1d
 The
student should demonstrate an understanding of the definition and
meaning oa acceleration using dot diagrams, vt tables, and simple
calculations and also be able to indicate the direction of an object's
acceleration if speeding up or slowing down.
 The
student should be able to interpret a positiontime graph to describe
an object's motion and sketch a positiontime graph that is consistent
with an object's motion.
 The student should be able to interpret a velocitytime graph to describe an object's
motion and sketch a velocitytime graph that is consistent with an
object's motion.
Packet: Describing Motion with VelocityTime Graphs, pp. 1314
Packet: Interpretting VelocityTime Graphs, pp. 16
Lab K3: VelocityTime Graphs
MOP: Kinematic Graphing Module  Assignments KG5KG7, parts of KG9KG11
Physics Classroom Tutorial: Kinematics Chapter, Lesson 4
Other Online Resource: Physics Interactives  Graph That Motion
 The student should be ablet to use slope and area
calculations on pt and vt graphs in order to gather numerical
information regarding an object's motion.
Packet: Kinematic Graphing  Mathematical Analysis, pp. 1720
WebAssign: Ass't 1: PositionTime Graphs and Ass't 2: VelocityTime Graphs
Physics Classroom Tutorial: Kinematics Chapter, Lessons 3s, 4d, and 4e
