Graphing Data 
Pace: 7 class periods

GD.1 PretestAll students will take the first day of this unit, 13 December, in class.
If you score a 90% or above on this pretest on your first attempt most of your work for this section will be substituted for a more challenging assignment that you will identify with your teacher. The pretest is not open internet or buddy or book. This pretest will be timed and may only be completed in class the day this chapter is assigned. 
Pacing Guide

Directions:
1. Watch the tutorial videos and take notes, be sure to include diagrams of the examples. Use the PhET "Moving Man" interactive below as you complete tutorial to enforce understanding. Turn in notes/diagrams for grade when complete. EXTRA CREDIT 2. Use the PhET "Moving Man" interactive to complete the practice sheet below on your own or in pairs on a separate sheet of paper
PhET "Moving Man" interactive for download below:

GD.3

Terms to know:
velocity 
Standard:
P2.2A Distinguish between the variables of distance, displacement, speed, velocity, and acceleration. 
Directions:
1. Use the activity sheet in class (or you can print here if you are at home) to explore the velocity of the car. You need to know that when the car moves to the right it is moving positively and the left is negative.
2. Complete the Name that Motion Activity as many times as required until you get it right. Keep track of the number of your trials and report them when completed and submit your data sheet for a grade.
3. You may work on your own or in pairs.
1. Use the activity sheet in class (or you can print here if you are at home) to explore the velocity of the car. You need to know that when the car moves to the right it is moving positively and the left is negative.
2. Complete the Name that Motion Activity as many times as required until you get it right. Keep track of the number of your trials and report them when completed and submit your data sheet for a grade.
3. You may work on your own or in pairs.
GD.4

Terms to know:
Speed Instantaneous Speed Average Speed Velocity Position 
Standard:
P2.1C Create line graphs using measured values of position and elapsed time. 
Directions:
1. Use the activity sheet in class (or you can print here if you are at home) to explore the velocity of the car. You need to know that when the car moves to the right it is moving positively and the left is negative.
2. Complete the Graph that Motion Activity as many times as required until you get it right. Keep track of the number of your trials and report them when completed and submit your data sheet for a grade.
3. You may work on your own or in pairs.
1. Use the activity sheet in class (or you can print here if you are at home) to explore the velocity of the car. You need to know that when the car moves to the right it is moving positively and the left is negative.
2. Complete the Graph that Motion Activity as many times as required until you get it right. Keep track of the number of your trials and report them when completed and submit your data sheet for a grade.
3. You may work on your own or in pairs.