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1. Please have these Items on your desk. Agenda. Science Starter Sheet. Monday, September 15, 2014 Day 2. Science Starter :. What does acceleration feel like? Think of when you have experienced it. 5 Sentences minimum, please :o). Today’s to do list.

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Agenda

ScienceStarter

Sheet

### Monday, September 15, 2014 Day 2

Science Starter:

What does acceleration feel like? Think of when you

have experienced it.

Today’s to do list . . .
• Create your hypothesis at your seat. Remember the correct format and NO personal pronouns (he, she, you they, etc.)
• At the lab station, determine individual jobs and rotate these jobs for each trial.
• Complete the trials.
• Complete the data table.
• Complete the data analysis.
• Determine what type of graph to use and complete it using TAILS.
• Complete the conclusion.
Toy car acceleration lab jobs
• One person or 2 people are the timers.
• One person measures the distance traveled, puts a piece of tape to signify the final or end spot (Materials handler)
• One person in the data keeper that will document all times
• One person is the calculations specialist.
Reflection-Ticket out door

If you are doubling or tripling the incline (# of books) why doesn’t the speed and acceleration of the car double or triple?

What were some errors your team did during the lab that could have had an effect on the outcome?