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written by Larry Dukerich and Jane Jackson
This page is a comprehensive unit review for high school students on graphing velocity and position.  It assesses the student's ability to both create and interpret graphical representations of an object's displacement and velocity over time.  Students must be familiar with motion maps and coordinate graphing.   This resource is freely downloadable in pdf format.

This item is part of a larger collection of resources and pedagogic materials developed by the Modeling Instruction team at Arizona State University to be used with the Modeling method of teaching.

SEE RELATED MATERIALS BELOW for a link to the full collection of Modeling Instruction curriculum materials.
Subjects Levels Resource Types
Classical Mechanics
- Motion in One Dimension
= Position & Displacement
= Velocity
- High School
- Instructional Material
= Problem/Problem Set
- Assessment Material
- Audio/Visual
= Image/Image Set
Appropriate Courses Categories Ratings
- Physical Science
- Physics First
- Conceptual Physics
- Algebra-based Physics
- AP Physics
- Activity
- Assessment
- New teachers
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Modeling Cycle, Modeling Instruction, assessment, cognitive theory, curriculum, displacement, graph, homework, p-t graphs, position, position vs. time, v-t graphs, velocity
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L. Dukerich and J. Jackson, (2002), WWW Document, (http://modeling.asu.edu/Modeling-pub/Mechanics_curriculum/2-Constant%20v/12_U2%20review.pdf).
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L. Dukerich and J. Jackson, Modeling Instruction Program: Unit Assessment-Displacement and Velocity (2002), <http://modeling.asu.edu/Modeling-pub/Mechanics_curriculum/2-Constant%20v/12_U2%20review.pdf>.
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Dukerich, L., & Jackson, J. (2002, December 1). Modeling Instruction Program: Unit Assessment-Displacement and Velocity. Retrieved September 12, 2024, from http://modeling.asu.edu/Modeling-pub/Mechanics_curriculum/2-Constant%20v/12_U2%20review.pdf
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Dukerich, Larry, and Jane Jackson. Modeling Instruction Program: Unit Assessment-Displacement and Velocity. December 1, 2002. http://modeling.asu.edu/Modeling-pub/Mechanics_curriculum/2-Constant%20v/12_U2%20review.pdf (accessed 12 September 2024).
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Dukerich, Larry, and Jane Jackson. Modeling Instruction Program: Unit Assessment-Displacement and Velocity. 2002. 1 Dec. 2002. 12 Sep. 2024 <http://modeling.asu.edu/Modeling-pub/Mechanics_curriculum/2-Constant%20v/12_U2%20review.pdf>.
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