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Physics help, please.

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by mrs_bradford, Mar 10, 2016.

  1. mrs_bradford

    mrs_bradford New commenter

    Along time ago I used a video and dance (pupils pretending to be the lines of the graph depending on how a car was travelling) to teach velocity/time graphs.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction?
     
  2. TCSC47

    TCSC47 Star commenter

    This sounds like something out of Nuffield Sciences. It is the sort of thing I used to do as well, but not for velocity time graphs. I don't know where to look apart from googling the description. I see you are a "new commenter" so you may not know a better place to look might be in "secondary school" or "science". Failing any response there, the next place to post would be "personal" because it is the one with the most traffic. Although it is full of wingers (me included, I'm afraid) and you may well get advised to post elsewhere, it is certainly the place that most teachers (or not) inhabit around here.

    Good luck in your search.
     

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