__Kinematics in one Dimension__

1.01A - I know the difference between position, distance, and displacement (change in position) and I can determine each.

1.02A - I can interpret/draw position vs. time graphs in terms of direction of motion, starting position, speeding up/slowing down/constant velocity

1.03A - I can interpret/draw velocity vs. time graphs in terms of direction of motion, starting position, speeding up/slowing down/constant velocity

1.04B - I can calculate the average velocity/speed, or estimate the instantaneous velocity/speed, from a position-time graph for an object over a specified time interval.

1.05B - I can use a velocity-time graph to determine acceleration and starting velocity. I distinguish the concepts of velocity and acceleration.

1.06B - I can calculate the distance an object has traveled and its change in position from a velocity-time graph

1.07C - I can connect representations of an accelerating object, including x-t graphs, v-t graphs, and a-t graphs, strobe diagrams/motion maps, and written descriptions for objects moving in the positive or negative direction

1.08C - I can solve problems using the constant velocity and uniform acceleration models

1.02A - I can interpret/draw position vs. time graphs in terms of direction of motion, starting position, speeding up/slowing down/constant velocity

1.03A - I can interpret/draw velocity vs. time graphs in terms of direction of motion, starting position, speeding up/slowing down/constant velocity

1.04B - I can calculate the average velocity/speed, or estimate the instantaneous velocity/speed, from a position-time graph for an object over a specified time interval.

1.05B - I can use a velocity-time graph to determine acceleration and starting velocity. I distinguish the concepts of velocity and acceleration.

1.06B - I can calculate the distance an object has traveled and its change in position from a velocity-time graph

1.07C - I can connect representations of an accelerating object, including x-t graphs, v-t graphs, and a-t graphs, strobe diagrams/motion maps, and written descriptions for objects moving in the positive or negative direction

1.08C - I can solve problems using the constant velocity and uniform acceleration models

## Terminology

## Motion and Reference Frames

## Modeling Constant Velocity

## Modeling Uniform Acceleration

__Kinematics Playlist__

__Kinematics Playlist__