LOCKERBIE ACADEMY TRANSPORT UNIT S1-S3 Road Safety & PHYSICS 02/10/2011 JAH MINDMAP OF ROAD TRANSPORT MATERIAL Momentum (advanced only) ACCELERATION
Measuring a Velocity Displacement Distance SPEED The Physics of Car Crashes measuring FORCES? FORCES
INVESTIGATION Types of FORCES ANALYSIS Studying Accidents 02/10/2011 Practicals Fun &Games History of
Cars JAH What are FORCES? WARNING If you have problems with learning about Physics through CAR CRASHES then PLEASE let your TEACHER
KNOW a.s.a.p 02/10/2011 car crash compilation (ouch!) JAH Not to be taken lightly for Stuart & Grant's sake 02/10/2011 JAH BACKGROUND
bbc news background For an everyday activity, travelling by road is probably the riskiest thing many of us do on a regular basis. On average, some seven people are killed every day on the roads in Great Britain. Hundreds more are injured, many of them seriously, often
with life In the past 10 years, the death toll has amounted to 32,298. As such changing road crashes are the largest single cause of accidental death for consequences. 02/10/2011 JAH people aged between 5 and 35 years. CRASH TEST VIDEOS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdCn8ci-mWM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMfOWPL81P
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1ItU6LvaN g&feature=channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8gU9zzCG A8 NEWTON 1st Law http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zsE3mpZ6 Hw&feature=related 02/10/2011 JAH
Cross curricular Experiences and Outcomes I know and can demonstrate how to travel safely. Health and well being (HWB) 218a, 3-18a,4-18a. I am learning to assess and manage risk, to protect myself and others, and to reduce the potential harm where possible. HWB 2-16a, 3-16a, 4-16a. 02/10/2011 JAH
The curriculum for excellence requires all teachers to promote numeracy and one of the experiences and outcomes identified is that the pupils learning should enable them to: Interpret numerical information appropriately and use it to draw conclusions, assess risk, make reasoned evaluations and informed decisions. 02/10/2011 JAH
All teachers are teachers of literacy. Pupils could be asked their opinion on 20 mph speed limits I can persuade, argue, explore issues or express an opinion using relevant supporting detail and or evidence. LIT 329a When listening and talking with others for different purposes, I can: communicate information, ideas or opinions explain processes, concepts or ideas identify issues raised, 02/10/2011 JAH
summarise LOCKERBIE ACADEMY TRANSPORT UNIT 02/10/2011 JAH HOMEWORK HOMEWORK Collect one of the ROAD SIGN
SHEETS Put your name on the top Find out what each of your road signs means. Only fill in the Meaning Column 02/10/2011 JAH TEAM- CHALLENGES
WORK in Groups. Choose your group Choose a team name Choose a logo. Tigra
simple Agreed On A4 Scan and electronic 02/10/2011 Tigers JAH Make up your Team Name
Rules 1. Each team member must have a say 2. No decision can be reached unless everyone in the team agrees 3. No member agrees to a group decision if they have a serious objection 4.No one is to talk to a member of 02/10/2011 another team. JAH
Rules for doing investigations 1. No one is to talk to any member of another group. 2. I will not answer individual questions. Discuss problems with your group members first. 3. If a group has a question then every member of that group is to raise their hand. 02/10/2011 JAH
LOCKERBIE ACADEMY TRANSPORT UNIT We plan to find out and understand about the following terms P distance P displacement P speed P velocity P instantaneous/ average/ uniform/ speed P forces, including weight, and friction P time P acceleration P & momentum if you can handle it!
02/10/2011 JAH LOCKERBIE ACADEMY TRANSPORT UNIT We plan to find out and understand about the following terms P at rest P mechanics P
dynamics P kinematics 02/10/2011 JAH S1 Physics Transport WORDBANK Copy the following words into your
jotter and literacy logs 02/10/2011 JAH Back to mind map LOCKERBIE ACADEMY TRANSPORT UNIT WORDBANK MECHANICS The branch of Physics dealing with
motion (how things move). KINEMATICS Mechanics dealing with motion, speed, acceleration etc DYNAMICS 02/10/2011 The mechanics part JAH dealing with LOCKERBIE ACADEMY INVESTIGATIONS & TEAM CHALLENGE S1-S3 Road Safety & PHYSICS
02/10/2011 JAH Anti-lock Brakes Crumpl e zones Seatbel ts 02/10/2011
Safety cage Safety Features in Cars Traction control Electric windows Air bags Paddle
shift JAH TART MA CART Class challenge 02/10/2011 JAH Collisions Hyperlink to clip 02/10/2011
What makes a car safe? Why are some cars better in crashes than others? What happens during a crash? Is this car safe? JAH Making a car safe
Depends on driver education and attitude road design car maintenance car construction 02/10/2011 JAH Driver education 30% of accidents involve a driver under the age of 21.
8% of driving licences are held by drivers under 21. One in three drivers will have an accident by the time they reach 21. Boys under 21 are twice as likely to be involved in an accident. 02/10/2011 JAH Hyperlink to video if clip doesn't work 02/10/2011
JAH Road Design New roads are subject to strict design standards covering gradients, radius of curvature of bends etc. Although sometimes it can be a bit confusing! 02/10/2011
JAH bbc archive film Road Design Existing roads are subject to review and accident black spots improved. 02/10/2011 JAH
Road Design Roadside furniture is being replaced with crushable structures to minimise vehicle intrusion in a crash. 02/10/2011 JAH
Car Maintenance Accident prevention is the best way of protecting people in cars. Proper maintenance of safety systems - brakes, lights, steering, suspension and tyres - is essential to preventing accidents. Very few accidents are attributed to mechanical failure. 02/10/2011 JAH
..\..\TRANSPORT SAFETY\Tart Ma Cart\CrashTest_WMV V9.wmv 02/10/2011 JAH Car Construction Active safety systems include ABS, traction control, brake assist, dual circuit brakes.
02/10/2011 JAH Car Construction Passive safety systems include seat belts, air bags, safety cages and padding hard surfaces.
02/10/2011 JAH Car Construction ..\..\TRANSPORT SAFE TY\Tart Ma Cart\40merce deseclass_WMV V9.wmv Cars are built with a passenger cage.
A well designed cage should stay intact during a crash. Is this car safe? 02/10/2011 JAH FINAL TEAM INVESTIGATION 02/10/2011
JAH INVESTIGATIONS Choose one of the investigations to choose from or design your own Friction and the driving surface, Car tyre design, Brakes how to make them better, Being a crash test dummy, Seatbelts are they worth it? Run offs what should they be made of? How and why lorry brakes smell at the bottom of a slope (height and speed)
02/10/2011 JAH PERSONAL RESEARCH INVESTIGATION 02/10/2011 JAH LOCKERBIE ACADEMY TRANSPORT UNIT
Look at Road safety Campaigns, stopping distance, reaction timers, car accidents. Discuss how cars can be designed to be safe. Where can improvements be made? 02/10/2011 JAH 02/10/2011 JAH
02/10/2011 JAH DISCUSSION- Choose one of the topics to discuss Should the speed limit on motorways be increased? What should be the punishment for drink drivers? The age for people to learn to drive should be increased/ decreased. The cost for Fuel in rural areas should be
reduced We should learn to drive at school Driving lessons should be free and compulsory The insurance for young drivers is too expensive All cars in Scotland should have snow tyres in 02/10/2011 JAH winter VIDEOS Check out 1. THE COLLISIONS VIDEO on CLICKVIEW
2. Surviving Car CRASHES 02/10/2011 JAH S1 Physics Transport HISTORY OF CARS 02/10/2011 JAH
Back to mind map HISTORY OF CARS Motoring throu gh History2.ppt Watch the slide show of the some of the developments of cars over the last 130 years 02/10/2011 JAH
THINK OUT OF THE BOX! 02/10/2011 JAH There is a saying among road safety professionals that the safest car is the one with a spike sticking out of the steering wheel Could this be true? Are there any disadvantages to
making cars safer? 02/10/2011 JAH TASK Summarise this introduction 02/10/2011 JAH
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