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LessonCorner Lesson Plans for Astronomy
  1.   Asteroid, Comet or Meteor
After students have learned the characteristicis of Aseroids, comets and Meteors this activity will help catorgorize and organize the information

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LessonCorner Worksheets for Astronomy
  1.   General Astronomy
Crater, Diameter, Astronomer, Gravity, Reflect, Degrees, Universe, Gaze, Besides, Telescope
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  2.   Space!
Galaxy, Orbit, Axis, Planets, Star, Rockets, Astronaut, Shuttle, Moon, Sun
Crossword | Word Search | Word Scramble | Answer Keys(1,2,3)

  3.   Earth Moves
Hemisphere, Equator, Orbit, Axis, Seasons, Day, Night, Sunset, Sunrise, Rotate
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 732 for Astronomy
  1.   Lesson Plan on Astronomy and Probability
...tivating and the informative keys to delivering a curriculum. In particular, students are naturally inquisitive about space science and the topics surrounding the existence of intelligent life in other parts of our Universe. Tapping into this curiosity, this lesson uniquely combines the concepts of astronomy and probability in order for students to compare the likelihood of intelligent life existing elsewhere in the Universe and winning the lottery. Grade Level 6th through 9th grades Time Requirements One 50-minute period Instructional Video/Technology Program #12 in the Carl Sagan "Cosmos" series, Imagine the Un...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  2.   History of Astronomy
History of Astronomy Gene Van Tassell, Granger HS, Utah Name____ Period____ Due Date____ Section I "C" Level 79 Points Maximum in this section: 1. Listen and take notes 1 2 3 This is a listening assignment, to get credit you must be quiet and listen (5 points each for 3 days) 2. Draw a time line showing at least 10 important a...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Looking at Illuminated Manuscripts: A Book of Modern Astronomy
...tion This Web site uses JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript or use a JavaScript-enabled browser. Museum Home Education Search Lesson Plans All Curricula Looking at Illuminated Manuscripts: Lessons and Ideas for Discussion Lesson Plans Looking at Illuminated Planning a Manuscripts: A Book of Modern Astronomy School Visit Looking at Illuminated Manuscripts: A Book of Modern Astronomy Teacher Programs & Resources Grades/Level: Upper Elementary (3?5) Subjects: Visual Arts, Science Time Required: 3?5?Part Lesson Search Three to four class periods Lesson Author: J. Paul Getty Museum Education Plans Staff For Kids Coll...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Astronomy
Astronomy Astronomy Welcome About Submitted by: Stephanie Sellers Mazzon ESMIS Sessions Subject and Grade Level: Earth and Space Lesson Plans Overview: I teach night classes (6-10 p.m.) at community Winter schools. I would like to take students to the football stadium to view Ecology the night sky with binoculars and r...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   Astronomy Challenge
Title III Technology Literacy Challenge Grant Learning Unit LU Title: Astronomy Challenge Author(s): Terri Whitaker Grade Level: 6 School : Gouverneur Middle School Topic/Subject Area: Astronomy/Science Address: 130 East Barney Street Email: twhitake@gcs.neric.org Phone/Fax: 315-287-1903 OVERVIEW This unit allows students to learn important astronomy concepts. Activities will lead studen...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  6.   CONNECTIONS: Astronomy, Mythology, and Music (Grade 3)
CONNECTIONS: Astronomy, Mythology, and Music Grade Level or Special Area: 3rd Grade/Music Written by: Tommy Reddicks, Pinnacle Charter School, Federal Heights, CO Length of Unit: Seven lessons (seven days of 45-minutes each) I. ABSTRACT Astronomy, mythology, and music collide in this science fiction ride through the 3rd grade. Gust...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   Ancient Greek language used as a source for other languages, especially in astronomy
Subject of the lesson: Ancient Greek language used as a source for other languages, especially in astronomy Aim: The students have to find scientific or simple words which are used in English and may also be used in other modern foreign languages. This may eventually help them learn other languages more easily. Outcomes: To become familiar with the site http://www.komvos.edu.gr and the dictionary Triantafillidis. S...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Astronomy Teamwork
Science Curriculum Ideas Astronomy Teamwork Middle school students enjoy group activities and anything that allows them to do projects together. Here s a good astronomy project for student teams that will help them comprehend the enormity of the solar system as compared to the size of the earth. It will also give them practice with the idea of...
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  9.   20th-Century Astronomy
...students, including those in EARTH SCIENCE, PHYSICS or U.S. HISTORY courses. It is especially suitable for advanced students, but can be useful for lower division students as well. Our evaluators found this to be an excellent activity for sparking lively discussion among the students. 20th-Century Astronomy SUBTOPICS: 1) The discovery of the galaxies 2) The expansion of the universe 3) Women's contributions to American Astronomy 4) False data in science scientific fraud OBJECTIVES: The students will: 1) understand and explain how the distance to nearby stars can be measured by the parallax method. 2) understand...
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  10.   Mineralogy, Astronomy, & Ancient Wisdom
embed(../../newTopArea/HatchTopArea.swf) Note to the Teacher: This lesson plan is compatible with any grade, but seems to work best with middle school students. It may be used in Earth Science, Chemistry, Social Studies, History, Ethics, Geography or Economics classes. Mineralogy, Astronomy, & Ancient Wisdom SUBTOPIC: History of Mineralogy OBJECTIVES: The Students are asked to: 1) construct the "five regular solids," which will be used to study the crystal system of minerals 2) through library research, write a report on mineralogy and its history 3) locate on a world map where each of the miner...
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