Lesson 5: Story Graphs
Video 1: Stories of DistanceTime Graphs
Video 2: How DistanceTime Graphs Depict Real Life Situations
Video 3: Speed = Gradient or Slope of the Lines on DistanceTime Graphs
Video 4: Describing Speed of a Motion
You must calculate the "speed" by "distance over time" whenever you have a CONSTANT speed!
You must calculate the "speed" by "distance over time" whenever you have a CONSTANT speed!
Video 5: Telling the Story of a DistanceTime Graph (Missing Calculations for Speeds in First Graph)
You must calculate the "speed" by "distance over time" whenever you have a CONSTANT speed!
You must calculate the "speed" by "distance over time" whenever you have a CONSTANT speed!
Video 6: Types of Motions in DistanceTime Graphs
Video 7: Types of Slopes in DistanceTime Graphs
Video 8: Describing DistanceTime Graphs with Calculations of Speeds
Divide your graph into different segments and describe each segment separately within a story line
You must include starting position, distance travelled, time spent, direction of movements and speed
Divide your graph into different segments and describe each segment separately within a story line
You must include starting position, distance travelled, time spent, direction of movements and speed
Worksheet 65
Worksheet 66

