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  1.   Solar System 2
New Moon, Waning Crescent, Rotation, Revolution, Lunar, Solar, Asteroid, Meteoroid, Meteor, Meteorite
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  2.   Solar System Order
Pluto, Sun, Mercury, Naptune, Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Earth, Saturn, Uranus
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  3.   Earth, Sun, Moon
rotation, revolution, eclipse, axis, elliptical, day, year, orbit, phase, tilt
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  1.   The Best of the Solar System
The Best of the Solar System Teaching Tips - Lesson Summary Level: Middle School (grades 6-8) Time: Approximately one hour prep time for the teacher and four class periods for the students. Overview: This activity introduces students to planetary research. By studying some of the most famous and interesting images of the Solar Syste...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   The Discovery of the Solar System--lesson plan #17
Lesson Plan 17 http://www.phy6.org/Stargaze/Lsolsys.htm + + (9c) The Discovery of the Solar System The student will learn about the heliocentric theory of Copernicus, the ideas behind it and the explanations which it displaced. A discussion of retrograde motion of planets helps the students understand the logic underlying the ideas of both Ptolemy and Copernicus. + + Part of a high school course...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   The 'Solar' System Past and Present
embed(../../newTopArea/HatchTopArea.swf) Note to the teacher: This unit is recommended for all middle school science and/or social studies classes. Teachers should explore some additional ideas that will embellish the subject matter, such as a field trip to a planetarium, or special class session in the evening to perform a night observation. Select the activities most useful to y...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  4.   The Solar System
Internet Lesson Plan 6 Michele Aron, La Cima April 10, 2001 6th Grade Science The Solar System http://starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/StarChild/solar_system_level2/earth.html Standards and Frameworks - Academic 6SC-E2. Describe common objects in the solar system and explain their relationships - Technology 1T-F3. Use developmentally appropriate technology resources to access information and communicate electroni...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Planets of the Solar System
PLANETS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM GRADE LEVEL: 5 - 8 Grades (Of course it can be adapted to fit your needs) SUBJECT AREA: Science and Language Arts MATERIALS: Netscape, optional texts and references SUMMARY: In this project, the learners use the internet to research the planets in our solar system. This seems fairly standard, however there is a twis...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   The Solar System
#2068. The Solar System Science, level: Elementary Posted Tue Dec 5 18:09:03 PST 2000 by Cortney Swigart (QLGH@grove.iup.edu). Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, USA Materials Required: Worksheets, Circle the Word, books on the solar system Activity Time: overnight, 30-40 mins. It is important for students to understand what is i...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  7.   The Solar System
#1690. The Solar System Science, level: Elementary Posted Mon Apr 24 14:23:47 PDT 2000 by Misty Davin (mistydavin@hotmail.com). Sample Lesson Plan Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, USA Materials Required: power point presentation (if available) and materials for a diorama Activity Time: Appoximately 2 class periods Concepts Taug...
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    Grade Level: K-5

  8.   Modeling the Solar System
Modeling the Solar System About These Lessons: This series of lessons for science and mathematics classes (grades 3-12) looks at the planets in our solar system in a variety of different ways, beginning with astronomical modeling of orbits and sizes, then geologic modeling of planetary interiors, and concluding with biological evaluation o...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  9.   Where Is Saturn in the Solar System? Where Am I in the Solar System?
Grades 1-2 Lesson 2 Where Is Saturn in the Solar System? Where Am I in the Solar System? A photomontage of Saturn and some of its moons. LESSON N0.2 Language Arts Focus - Nonfiction Texts: Listening and Structured Writing Science Focus - Learning About the Structure of the Solar System OVERVIEW LESSON TIME 40 minutes PREPARATION TIME This lesson introduces students t...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Reaching the Solar System
Reaching the Solar System David M. Gibson and Angela Gillman K-6 General Music/Fourth Grade Links to Files Associated with This Lesson BSU Outline Planet Hot List Today's Lesson(ppt) Planetary Personalities(ppt) Reflection Questions(ppt) Solar System(ppt) Planetary Weight and Age(xls) Content Area Objectives Addressed: Elements of the Solar...
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    Grade Level: 3-12


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