# Graphs for Science – Level 1

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## Requirements:

This topic is relevant to experimental data and graphical work needed in Integrated Science, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Topics in this course are recommended for further Forms 1-3 students as prerequisite for Form 4 – 5 graphical work (See Course: Graphs for Science – Level 2). Past Paper type questions used are modeled after the CSEC and Cambridge IGCSE Exams.

## Tools you will need for this class:

• A graph book or loose graph pages.
• A long transparent ruler
• A mechanical pencil or a sharp sharpened normal pencil.
• Eraser
• A YouTube account using the same email address that you made your account here with to view the lesson videos.

## At the end of this topic you should be able to:

• Interpret and use graphs
• Title a graph.
• Label axes.
• Select appropriate scales.
• Plot coordinates correctly.
• Draw line/curve of best fit.
• Understand the reasons why a ‘best fit’ line gives the best average value of the gradient or intercept.

## Each lesson contains:

• A Lesson Video
• Printable Notes
• Self correcting Quizzes or Assignments to upload to be corrected by the teacher.

1
Introduction
3 minutes

## Welcome!

If the quality of the video is poor, please change the settings on the video to 720p or 1080p by clicking the gear wheel at the bottom right hand. The quality of the video will depend on your internet speed and device.

To view the lessons you would need a YouTube account using the same email address that you use here to sign up for these classes, otherwise you will not be able to see the videos.

2
Lesson 1
32 minutes

### At the end of this lesson you should be able to:

• Understand the uses of graphs
• Types of graphs used in science.
• Identify the features of a graph.
• Interpret and use graphs.
• Understand Coordinates and locating points on a graph.

If the quality of the video is poor, please change the settings on the video to 720 by clicking the gear wheel at the bottom right hand. The quality of the video will depend on your internet speed and device.

You would need a YouTube account using the same email address that you use here in these classes, otherwise you won't be able to see the videos.

3
Lesson 1 Quiz
7 questions

This quiz is multiple choice and based on Lesson 1.

You have 10 minutes to complete this quiz. The timer is located at the bottom right hand of your screen.

Do not start until you are ready to do so.

For every re-take, 5% of the total points would be deducted.

The passing grade is 86%. One question wrong. Correct answers will be shown.

Questions 1- 4 are based on the first graph.

Questions 5- 7 are based on the second graph.

4
Lesson 2
15 minutes

## In this lesson you will:

• Interpret graphs
• Title Graphs

5
Lesson 2 Quiz
3 questions

This quiz is based on Lesson 2.

There are 3 multiple choice questions in this quiz.

A pass rate of 100% must be obtained to move on to the next question.

You have 6 minutes to complete this quiz.

6
Lesson 3
22 minutes

## In this lesson you will:

• Understand and Identify independent and dependent variables and constants in an experiment.
• Label graphs
• Complete a quiz

7
Lesson 3 Quiz a
5 questions

This multiple choice quiz is based on Lesson 3.

There are 5 questions.

You have 20 minutes to complete the quiz.

8
Lesson 3 Quiz b
7 questions

Complete this quiz based on Lesson 3.

This quiz requires you to drag the answers in the purple boxes to the correct statements.

### Section 2

1
Lesson 4
45 minutes

At the end of this lesson you should be able to:

• Select appropriate scales.
• Plot coordinates correctly.
• Draw line/curve of best fit.
• Understand the reasons why a 'best fit' line gives the best average value of the gradient or intercept.

The link below will take you to the lesson video on YouTube, you would need a YouTube account using the same email address that you use here in these classes, otherwise you won't be able to see the videos.

2
Lesson 4 Quiz
6 questions

This multiple choice quiz is based on Lesson 1 - 4.

Please choose the most appropriate answer.

3
Final Assignment – Plot a graph
Please contact the tutor using the contact form in the Course or email info@trinidadhomeschooling.com for other payment options.
1. Scotiabank Online Transfer or Direct Deposit (Trinidad & Tobago) 2. Paypal 3. Payments in person have ceased due to COVID19 restrictions.
Level 2 is designed for Form 4s & 5s who will be doing School Based Assessments (SBAs) which require labwork and the heavy use of graphs. Topics covered but not limited to: Finding the slope of a line, plotting graphs from past paper questions, etc.

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Enrolled: 5 students
Duration: 6 hours
Lectures: 5
Level: Intermediate
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