GRADES 9 - 12
MOTION CAPTURE AND ANALYSIS
investigate the concepts and relationships of speed, displacement
capture the serve motion of a tennis player via video
or digital camera;
analyze the speed of the ball and racquet head;
compare this player's stroke pattern against a
stroke pattern of a professional tennis player.
NATIONAL SCIENCE STANDARDS:
Motions And Forces
Science And Technology Standard:
Abilities Of Technological Design
Understanding About Science And Technology
STANDARDS FOR TECHNOLOGY LITERACY:
The Nature of Technology:
Students will develop an understanding of the characteristics
and scope of technology.
Students will develop an understanding of the relationships
among technologies and the connections
between technology and other fields of study.
Technology and Society:
Students will develop an understanding of the role of society in
the development and use of technology.
Students will develop an understanding of the role
of troubleshooting, research and development, invention
and innovation, and experimentation in problem solving.
LECTURE AND PREPARATION TIME:
WORDS TO KNOW:
- service line
This lesson was used as part of
the Sport Science, Engineering and Technology (SSET) project
supported in part by a Society of Women
Engineers program development grant
(DR183) funded by
the ExxonMobil Education Foundation, with additional funding
from the New England Women's Fund,
New Balance Foundation, MIT Community Service Foundation and
Cislunar Aerospace, Inc.
Contented Used With Permission Of Cislunar Aerospace, Inc. Copyright © 2002- 2004 by Cislunar Aerospace, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
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