Conditions for revision of the summative report on the Tumble Buggy.

- A copy of the original submission must be unchanged and available in the DSN.
- The revised copy is submitted within the 2-week window (paper AND DSN).
- The revision makes use of 1) feedback on Powerschool,
**AND**2) in-person feedback from Dr. F. - A document accompanies the revision (paper and DSN) explaining what changes were made and why. The reasons need to show a depth of understanding of the relevant scientific concepts and practices.

Period 1

- Using the graphing guidelines, plot distance versus time for the single push, the 8-pound constant force pull, and the 12-pound constant force pull.
- Use medians (the value half-way between the two measurements).
- Work in pencil only.
- Use the same scale for all three and plot on the same graph.
- Label axes first.
- Select scale that includes all data, that is convenient (1 square = 1,2,5, etc.) and consistent, that covers at least 1/2 the page. If you use the 1 cm square graph paper, you may need to orient the paper as portrait.
- You do not connect the points, dot to dot. Instead sketch a smooth curve that comes as close to all the points as possible. A bendable ruler can help or a steady hand and eye.
- Write out an interpretation of these three situations.

Period 3

- Using the graphing guidelines, plot distance versus time for the single push, the 10-pound constant force pull, and the 12-pound constant force pull.
- Use medians (the value half-way between the two measurements).
- Work in pencil only.
- Use the same scale for all three and plot on the same graph.
- Label axes first.
- Select scale that includes all data, that is convenient (1 square = 1,2,5, etc.) and consistent, that covers at least 1/2 the page. If you use the 1 cm square graph paper, you may need to orient the paper as portrait.
- You do not connect the points, dot to dot. Instead sketch a smooth curve that comes as close to all the points as possible. A bendable ruler can help or a steady hand and eye.
- Write out an interpretation of these three situations.

Form groups as follows:

Period 1

- Michal, Tomas, Chihaya
- Anton, Avanka, DoWoo
- Boris, Jaehun, YeonWoo
- Yaroslav, Denzel
- Pauline, Bailey, Heejun

Period 3

- Liam, Max, YuBin, HanGyeol
- Oscar, Gabi, JaeJun, Merrick
- Marvin, JiWoo, Sophie, JaeHa
- Hae Yoon, Reyna, Halen, YuMin
- David, Ananya, Sulaimaan, Rotem

**Collaboratively, **read the chapter “Newton Moves” from Joy Hakim’s Story of Science: Newton at the Center. Do not keep or mark on the printed copy. Return at the end of class.

Follow this method:

Each person in the group read a paragraph silently. Then each student in her or his own words states the most important idea from the paragraph. A designated student poses a question for discussion to the group. The group then discusses. **A written record is kept and shared of the important ideas, the questions and discussion.** Do this for each paragraph and rotate the student who poses the question. Do not talk out of turn. Each student participates. If a point arises where the entire group is uncertain, please make a note and try to locate the source of the uncertainty. Each student should add to her or his new word list as new terms emerge. Follow this protocol for the captions and sidebars.

Be sure to include the record of your discussion in today DSN entry. Also be sure to **reflect** on the new ideas and experiences as they relate to your growing understanding of the science of motion.

Bill Nye Motion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjyW64bpHf0

Bill Nye Time https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uloOt03wZDs

Bill Nye Momentum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkeQiNSgVpY