Distance/Time Graphs

Distance/Time Graphs

Author: Maggie Bolado

Students will identify distance and time as two variables that are related to one another.

Distance denotes how far an object traveled.  Time denotes how long it took the object to travel.  Average speed can be calculated by exploring the relationship between these two variables.

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Distance/Time Graph

This tutorial will help students review key concepts in motion unit.  They will understand that Distance and Time are related variables.  Prezi will take students through main connections within the Explore phase in classroom.

Prezi Screencast

Connections during the Explore stage in classroom activity

WSQ Form

Students are to complete a WSQ after viewing instruction video.