Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Acceleration Lab - Day 1 - Section 2: Warmup: Motion Graphs

 

Coming back from a week-long break,I knew my students would need a bit of a boost to get started. Today's warmup questions are scaffolded to provide a pathway for student thinking. In the short video below, I elaborate on the way in which I considered the framing of these questions.

 

  Framing the Question for Accessibility
  Discourse and Questioning: Framing the Question for Accessibility
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Acceleration Lab - Day 1

Unit 5: Objects in Motion
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: Students will create a scenario where an object accelerates at a targeted rate.

Big Idea: Meeting design goals - like a target acceleration rate - requires planning, implementing, evaluating, and adjusting.

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