Day 1 
Uniform motion: Distance, speed, time (today is a short class due to SBAC testing)
 Terms Organizer for motion, forces, energy pdf MSWord
 Define distance, time, speed
 Graph someone walking round the rectangular room  measure time each meter; graph time as function of distance traveled (to end up in same spot)
 Review graphing  paper or desmos
 Did the person move with constant (uniform) motion, or with variable motion? How could you tell?
 Introduce equation (speed = distance/time) as a rate of distance traveled per time (distance divided by time, distance per time, "per" means divided by)
 Practice solving for each variable (time, if you know speed and distance)

Day 2 
Uniform motion: displacement, velocity
 Terms Organizer for motion, forces, energy pdf MSWord
 Define displacement (compare to distance), time, speed
 Graph someone walking round the rectangular room  measure time each meter; graph time as function of distance traveled (to end up in same spot)
 Discussion: What does it really mean when you say "I love you to the moon and back?"
 Introduce equation (velocity = displacement/time) as a rate of displacement traveled per time (displacement divided by time, displacement per time, "per" means divided by)

Day 3 
Graphing constant motion; slope, interpretation; use motion maps as an additional graphic to support understanding 
Day 4 
Acceleration: Ramp Lab, Day 1 MSWord pdf
Position, Velocity, and Acceleration graphs
 Use a motion sensor and Labquest to collect time and position data for a car rolling down a ramp.
 Graph time vs. position, time vs. velocity, and time vs. acceleration on the same graph.
 QUESTION: Why didn't we use a car moving down a ramp to measure constant motion?

Day 5 
Acceleration: Ramp Lab Data Analysis and Graphing  Desmos.com 
Day 6 
Buggies and Ramps and Motion Sensors, Oh, my!
 Motion Map Review
 Carry out the ramp lab again, with motion sensor to record data.
 Sketch the graphs and add motion maps for each graph
 Graph it. Make a motion map.
 Answer these prompts:
Graphing

Day 7 
Midquarter quiz
Motion Maps: another way to represent velocity


