Lessons for Stars

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  • Shining Stars - … and answers to learn about the star of the week. Invite the STAR STUDENT to bring the STAR OF THE WEEK share bag … are answered, write down STAR STUDENT answers on the STAR CHART. Display STAR answers on the wall next to the STAR SHELF. 10. After … students to their individual desks. Collect the STAR OF THE WEEK bag from the STAR. 12. Distribute the activity materials. (Each student … a picture that illustrates information about the STAR STUDENT. Encourage students to refer to the STAR CHART. (Pictures and sentences may reflect …
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  • How Do We Know...? - … , people learned that the appearance or disappearance of a star or group of stars was associated with seasonal changes.] One of the … only way we can determine what stars are made of. What are stars made of? Most stars are composed of primarily hydrogen and helium. When a star ages, lighter elements fuse … , as its name implies, observes in x-rays. Flaring stars, exploding stars, black holes, and vast clouds of hot gas in galaxy …
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  • Beyond the Solar System - … : Atmospheres, Clouds, Eclipse Shadows, Galaxies, Night Side Lights, Planets, Stars, and Stars as Points. 3. In the lower boxes, the box labeled … planets. Information should include a description of the star(s), the location of the star(s) including its distance from Earth, whether … to large? a. Galaxy, star, satellite, planet b. Planet, star, satellite, galaxy c. Satellite, planet, star, galaxy d. Satellite, star, planet, galaxy 2. What …
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  • Star Light, Star Bright: Exploring How Stars are Classified - Summer Research Program for Science Teachers STAR LIGHT, STAR BRIGHT : EXPLORING HOW STARS ARE CLASSIFIED Joanne DeMizio, Sacred Heart School, Staten Island Objectives … Hertzprung-Russell (H-Z) diagram Materials: Assorted sized and colored stars containing star names, temperature, relative luminosity (), glue, markers, H-Z diagrams … dimmest stars? Where are the coolest and brightest stars? Where are the hottest and dimmest stars? Where are the hottest and brightest stars? What …
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  • Changes in Our Sky - … , but will help them to reference other stars. 19. Compare the locations of the stars every two to three months. Explain: 20 … night changes. Observe the pattern as the stars move across the viewer in the star-finder. Differentiated Instructional Support: Instruction is differentiated … it can observed moving eastward relative to the stars from day to day. The stars will be in virtually the same position …
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  • Space: The Familiar Frontier - … ,' Based on TV 1979 review of the first "Star Trek" film. TIMES TOPICS: Star Trek Science Fiction OTHER RESOURCES: Article: Captain Kirk … site, from CBS and Paramount Pictures. CBS Classics: Star Trek Top Ten classic Star Trek episodes, viewable. Trek Nation Fan site that … things "Star Trek" and more. Memory Alpha "Star Trek" wiki site. SciFi.com: Star Trek The SciFi channel's "Star Trek" site. Star Trek as …
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  • TV stars get too much money - … the link above for more information. TV Stars Get Too Much Money Television stars in the U.K. get paid too much … BBC to tell the public how much its stars get paid. I think TV stars do a good job. They always make … to tell the public how much its stars get (5) ____. I think TV stars (6) ____ a good job. They always … BBC to tell the public how much its stars get paid. I think TV stars do a good job. They always make …
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  • 9 The spinning Earth: What's up, Earth? - … , it is named the North Star or Pole Star. As the sky appears to rotate, the North Star appears not to move. What … sky will always be visible. These stars will appear to rotate around the North Star. The "South Star" and some of its vicinity will never be visible. Stars in between these regions … "in space" representing, for example, the location of particular stars or star groupings. Show the location on the globe of the North …
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  • Inside-out Adaptations - … paper Pens or pencils Copies of Sea Star Adaptation Chart (one per student) Sea Star Adaptation Chart With Answers Copies of blank … which these plates fit together determines the sea star's flexibility. In the sunflower star (Pycnopodia helianthoides) these plates spread out, allowing … , discuss differences in how the knobby star and the sunflower star feed. Why does the knobby star evert its stomach from its body …
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  • Hunt for Alien Earths - … , asteroids, comets, gas, and dust. Other than the central star (or stars), planets are the largest objects in a solar system. Planets … the planet, type of star it orbits, distance from the host star's habitable zone, etc.)? How many star systems with multiple planets … .) Test how a planet passing in front of a star causes the star to temporarily appear dimmer. To do this, you will … a small, yet detectable, influence on their parent stars. A planet and a star (or a planet and a moon) orbit about …
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