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Competency When the car is still, accelerating, at steady speed and slowing down,
you might have: Emerging Drawn a diagram to show when the car is moving.
Drawn a diagram to show when the car is still.
Identified where a force might be on the diagram.
Labelled a push or pull. Developing Drawn some force arrows to show when the car is still, speeding up and slowing down.
Labelled most arrows with correct key words.
Identify some pairs of forces as unbalanced. Developing / Mastery Drawn force diagrams to show direction of the forces.
Labelled force arrows using key words.
Identified pairs of forces as balanced or unbalanced, or drawn arrows clearly to show this.
Estimated the size of the forces. Mastery Drawn force diagrams to show the size and direction of the forces.
Explained why forces are balanced or unbalanced.
Estimated the size of the forces, using the correct units. Exceptional Performance (working towards GCSE) Drawn force diagrams to show the size and direction of the forces.
Explained in detail why forces are balanced or unbalanced.
Estimated the size of the forces, using the correct units.
Explained why “reaction force” must exist.
Explained why friction increases as speed increases using the Big Idea of Particles.
accelerate, balanced, decelerate, drag, friction, pull, push, reaction, steady speed, unbalanced, weight
Task: Draw force diagrams to show the car when it is:
travelling at steady speed;
Use your knowledge and understanding of forces to explain the journey of this car.
Journey of a car