Calculating forces target sheet

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Calculating forces target sheet

  1. 1. Learning Objectives Pre Post I can interpret simple motion graphs (Level 4) I can describe the forces on objects in a range of situations. (Level 4) I can describe how pressure is linked to area and force. (Level 4) I can explain what pressure is. (Level 4)I can describe the way that pressure in gas or liquid is produced as particles randomly bouncing off a surface. (Level 4) I can remember that the pressure in a hydraulic system is the same everywhere. .(Level 4) I can link moments to the use of modern and ancient machines. (Level 4) I can work out if a simple system is balanced or not. (Level 4)I can describe how long jump distance changes with take off angle. (Level 4) I can describe how some measurements have human error. (Level 4) I can use motion graphs to understand how motion changes. (Level 5) I can explain the effects of streamlining. (Level 5) I can describe how hydraulic brakes work. (Level 5) I can describe moments in levers and other simple machines. (Level 5) I can use the equation: moment = force x distance. (Level 5) I can apply scientific understanding to discussions about speed. (Level 6) I can predict what happens to motion when conditions change. (Level 6) I can calculate speed if I am told distance and time. (Level 6) I can take an average to increase the accuracy of results. (Level 6) I can apply my understanding of pressure to a range of situations. (Level 6) I can use models to explain how particles produce pressure in gases and liquids and Brownian motion. (Level 6) I can describe how the pressure in a liquid increases with depth. (Level 6) I can take accurate measurements. (Level 6) I can research and display information from a range of sources. (Level 6) I can calculate speed from distance time graphs. (Level 7) I can describe why motion changes due to forces. (Level 7)I can use information to work out what is happening to the motion of objects in complex situations. (Level 7) I can calculate forces from information about pressure and area in hydraulic systems. (Level 7) I can apply an understanding of gas pressure to a range of situations. (Level 7) I can apply the concept of moments to complex situations. (Level 7)

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