# Matching a story with a graph

MATCHING A STORY WITH A GRAPH HAVE YOU HEARD THAT A PICTURE IS WORTH 1000 WORDS? Well, a graph is like a MATH PICTURE. It tells us at a glance what is going on.

,n no motion le ce ac ive at eg tio ra n constant velocity

positive acceleration constant velocity no motion constant velocity constant velocity positive acceleration 1. Between which two letters is the rate of speed the fastest? BC Why? Steepest line 1. The least amount of distance covered occurs between which two letters? DE - stopped

no motion constant velocity constant velocity positive acceleration Identify the type of motion occurring between letters C and D? Slowing down (negative acceleration) the line becomes less steep and then becomes horizontal (stopped) During the total journey, how many total seconds pass when the object not in motion? 5 seconds no motion

constant velocity constant velocity positive acceleration Calculate the average speed between letters B and C. 30/5 = 6 m/s How much distance did the object cover over the entire journey? 55 m Calculate the average speed for the entire journey from point A to point F. 55 m/ 24 sec = 2.3 m/s GRAPHS CAN TELL A STORY ABOUT MOTION I walked from my house to my

friends house last night. (Copy this scenario into your notes then draw a simple line graph to represent the story) Journey to my Friends House Distance from Home Tell this story with a position/time graph: Time GRAPHS CAN TELL A STORY ABOUT MOTION

I walked from my house to my friends house last night, then turned around and walked back home. (Copy this scenario into your notes then draw a simple line graph to represent the story) Journey to my Friends House Distance from Home Tell this story with a position/time graph:

Time GRAPHS CAN TELL A STORY ABOUT MOTION Tell this story with a position/time graph: I ran as fast as I could from my house to my friends house last night. (Copy this scenario into your notes then draw a simple line graph to represent the story)

Distance from Home Journey to my Friends House Time GRAPHS CAN TELL A STORY ABOUT MOTION Tell this story with a position/time graph: I walked quickly to the end of my street, stopped and looked both ways, then ran

around the corner to my friends house. (Copy this scenario into your notes then draw a simple line graph to represent the story) Distance from Home Journey to my Friends House Time Which one of these three stories matches

the graph to the right? Discuss with your table and come to a consensus. Make sure to have data to support your JOURNEY Draw or glue the graph on your

paper. Write a story to match the graph. (Write what was happening for each line segment A, B, C, D) Give the graph a title to match the story. NOW, PLAY MATCHMAKER

1- Work alone or with a partner: get 2 pages of graphs, 1 page of stories, and 1 page of time/distance data tables 2- Cut apart the graphs, stories, and tables 3- As a group, match a story to a graph to a table, then group the 3 together on your tabletop. Repeat for all 10 stories. 4- Make sure your group can explain why those 3 particular cards match

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