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Distance time graph
This sequence of lessons explores how well students understand the relationship between distance and time, through interpreting distance and time graphs. This is achieved by figuring out the displacement and acceleration of an object, determining speed and velocity. The lessons are accompanied by a PowerPoint and a student prompt sheet.
|Year level(s)||Year 7|
|Purpose||Assessment task, Student task, Teaching resource, Teaching strategies|
|Teaching strategies and pedagogical approaches||Collaborative learning, Differentiated teaching, Feedback, Mathematics investigation, Questioning, Worked examples|
|Keywords||distance, time, speed, veloctiy, displacement, acceleration, negative and positive acceleration|
|Curriculum connections||Critical and creative thinking, English, Numeracy|
|Strand and focus||Number, Build understanding, Apply understanding|
|Topics||Addition and subtraction, Data representation and interpretation, Integers, Time, Using units of measurement|
|AC: Mathematics content descriptions||
ACMNA180 Investigate, interpret and analyse graphs from authentic data
|National numeracy learning progression||
Interpreting and representing data
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