Lessons for Stars

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  • Star Light, Star Bright (includes BLM Star Light, Star Bright) - … . C. Student Activity 1. Distribute a copy of the BLM Star Light, Star Bright to each student. (continued) Standard 3 / Curriculum Framework … the sun the biggest star? The brightest star? Explain your answer. Explain why one star may appear brighter than another star, even if they … 118 Star Light, Star Bright Teacher Directions Distribute copies of BLM Star Light, Star Bright to each student. Tell students to observe the stars in …
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  • 'Great Debate' Lesson Plan for Undergraduates - … Universe. Lesson Plan Requirements The concepts of our solar system, stars, and galaxies are fundamental to understanding the information presented here … indicates external galaxy Angular resolution improves - nearby galaxies resolved into stars Interstellar absorption better understood - Galaxy size large 9. 1995 Debate … with a 48-inch mirror, he counted stars in several directions, assumed a uniform star density, and hence estimated the distances needed …
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  • Create a Star Clock! - … now: Earth Science -Inside Earth -Identifying Minerals -Fossils -Dinosaur Traces -Star Clock Life Science -Butterflies -Cell Study -Human Puzzle -DNA Whodunit … will start with a short introduction to stars and constellations. Students will then make a star clock appropriate to their geographic location … Star Clock Outside Find the Big Dipper and the North Star, as shown on the face of your Star Clock. Face the North Star
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  • How big is that star? - … radius and mass among a list of stars. Students will understand how a binary star system's orbit can cause changes in … students to generally comprehend the size, mass, and density of stars. The following activity should establish this general understanding in order … , pgs. 336-340 Kerrod, Robin, Encyclopedia of Science: The Heavens Stars, Galaxies, and the Solar System, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1991 Kondo …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" - … data about the brightness and color of distant stars and galaxies. Estimate how many stars you can see at night? __________ Do … ...... ...... ...... ...... West ...... ...... ...... ...... Total ...... ...... ...... ...... Grand Total ...... ...... ...... ...... 4. Add up the number of stars for all 12 sightings. If it takes 144 tubes to … estimate the total number of stars in the sky. Estimated total number of stars:_________ (includes the stars above and below the horizon …
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  • Understanding The Universe - … this lesson, you will need: * Research materials about stars and the evolution of stars * Computer with Internet access Procedures 1. Review with … giant, and finally collapse, ending up as a neutron star - a super-dense star about the size of a large city. A … one of the three types of stars just mentioned: a star the size of our sun, a star three or four times the … carefully prepared; labels clear and correct; diagrams accurately illustrate the star's stages of evolution Two points: diagrams adequately prepared; some …
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  • Exploring Stars - … like points of light. 5.3.3 Observe the stars and identify stars that are unusually bright and those that have unusual … life cycles of small, medium, and large stars. Advanced preparation by Teacher: Exploring Stars video and VCR, or DVD and DVD player … are they made of? How is a red star different from a blue star? Discuss and review the life cycles of small … in the life cycle of a star? How does a large star die? Ask students to observe stars at night when they are …
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  • The Celestial Sphere - … sky, the special role of the Pole Star and the reason which sets that star apart. The student will also realize that … , including Venus and Jupiter, brighter than any fixed star. At night, how do stars appear to move, and why? They rise and … Pole Star special? The Pole Star is the star around which all other stars in the Northern Hemisphere appear to rotate. Do all stars set … if you aim a telescope at a star and hold the telescopes direction fixed? Stars will appear to rush through your field …
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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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