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Mechanics

Nov 14, 2013 (4 years and 7 months ago)

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Identify variables that influence the outcome of a
simple experiment

Use knowledge of controlling variables to design
experiments

Analyze data to identify trends and form
conclusions

Identify similarities and differences of objects,
materials, concepts,

and actions

Classify objects, materials, concepts, and actions
based on similarities and differences

Interpret the relationship of relative position and
motion in a laboratory situation, and apply this
knowledge to movies and photographs

Select and use

reference objects in the immediate
environment for describing the relative positions
of other objects

State RK's
(or another reference object)

reports
of the relative position of objects

Understand and use one, two or three basic
directions (above or be
low, right or left,

front or back) when describing relative position

Use qualitative (close, far) and measured (2
meters, 5 paces) descriptions of distances

Identify and describe motionor lack of motion
relative to RK
(or another reference object)

Inter
pret change of relative position as evidence
of relative motion

Create an illusion of motion using flip
-
books

Locate objects and places using rectangular
coordinates

Locate objects and places using polar
coordinates

Describe directions using degrees of

an angle

Identify variables that influence the outcome of a
simple experiment

Use knowledge of controlling variables to design
experiments

Analyze data to identify trends and form
conclusions

Identify similarities and differences of objects,
ma
terials, concepts, and actions

Classify objects, materials, concepts, and actions
based on similarities and differences

Interpret the relationship of relative position and
motion in a laboratory situation, and apply this
knowledge to movies and photograp
hs

Select and use reference objects in the immediate
environment for describing the relative positions
of other objects

State RK's
(or another reference object)

reports
of the relative position of objects

Understand and use one, two or three basic
direc
tions (above or below, right or left,

front or back) when describing relative position

Use qualitative (close, far) and measured (2
meters, 5 paces) descriptions of distances

Identify and describe motionor lack of motion
relative to RK
(or another refere
nce object)

Interpret change of relative position as evidence
of relative motion

Create an illusion of motion using flip
-
books

Locate objects and places using rectangular
coordinates

Locate objects and places using polar
coordinates

Describe direction
s using degrees of an angle