Lessons for The Solar System

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  • Solar System - … the solar system. Students will use worksheets to record information about planets. NETS Profiles for Technology Literate Students Students will increase awareness of the solar system through exploration of Demostrate understand the nature & websites. operation of technology. (1) Use … websites on the solar system. Printer Students go to Planet Fun online activities. Alternatives/Extensions Have students explore more facets of the solar system. Assessment: Complete …
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  • Lost in Space - A Solar System Study - … the solar system. Then visit the sites below as a class to learn more about the solar system. (TrackStar: The Solar System) This site is linked to informative sites about the solar system … about the solar system. (TrackStar: The Solar System) This site is linked to informative sites about the solar system.TrackStar: The Solar SystemThis site is linked to informative sites about the solar system.2 …
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  • Modeling the Solar System - … teachers. 1) Modeling Orbits in the Solar System. This lesson models the orbital distances between the planets and shows that the solar system is mostly empty space. 2 … video about the solar system either before or after the activity. Special Case: Modeling the Solar System in Space Center Houston (JSC's visitor center) The central plaza … from the center of the "solar system". Students presenting their reports on the planets can interact with visitors to the center as they learn about solar system exploration. Solar System
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  • Extreme Exploration–Solar System Missions Timeline Activity - … among the nine planets and the multitude of moons, comets and asteroids that make up our solar system. Evidence of the earliest days of the solar system may … --Solar System Exploration Mission Timeline Extreme Exploration -- Solar System Exploration Missions Timeline, involves students in the wide range of mission events of 2003-2006. Using the Solar Systemthe missions on the NASA websites to find the events themselves. The Solar System Exploration Mission Events by Planetary Body listing is found at the end of the
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  • The Solar System, Earth, and Sky - … the solar system. Write alliteration poems about the Earth or solar system. Make an ABC book about the Earth or solar system. Write a report about a planet in the solar system … on the Earth, moon, sun, or solar system. Compare and contrast the moon and the Earth. Draw a model of the solar system on tHe sidewalk. (Sidewalk Solar System) Make a solar oven SCIENCE/SOCIAL STUDIES ACTIVITIES: Study characteristics of the Earth and the planets in the solar system. Contact …
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  • TRB 6:3 - Activity 1 - Tour of the Solar System - … This quality web site has information and images about the objects in the solar system. The "Mapping the Solar System" poster can be ordered from this site for … about the components of the solar system. Although students should learn basic information about the solar system, the particular things they learn are not as important as the research … -the-question" contest. Students are now ready to "tour" the solar system. Organize the class for the tour. Have students take notes either on the "Notes on the Solar System
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  • Energy for Keeps: Electricity and Renewable Energy Teacher Information - … energy** Earth and Space Science Structure of the earth system** Earth s history** Earth in the solar system Science and Technology Abilities of technological design … concentrating solar power: any of the solar energy systems (solar dish engines, parabolic troughs, and central receiving towers) that focus, or concentrate, the energy of the sun … power supplier); topics include energy from the sun, electrical energy, inside PV systems, power for the future; solar data; virtual tour of a photovoltaic …
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  • Secondary Energy Infobook and Secondary Infobook Activities (19 Activities): Energy Infobook - … through the crust, oceans, and atmosphere in what is known as the water cycle. INT-D: 2.a Gravity governs the motion in the solar system. Gravity explains the phenomenon of the tides. INT-D: 2.b The sun is the major source of energy for phenomena on the
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  • Exploring Our Solar System - … . The sun is a star. e. Earth and its place in the solar system i. The Earth moves around the sun; the sun does not move. ii. The … Our Solar System 2004 Colorado Unit Writing Project 2 37. 38. The students will correctly sequence the planets on a mini poster of the solar system. The students … the general characteristics of the atmosphere. c. Students will recognize the structure of the solar system, composition and interactions of objects in the universe. 2. Lesson Content The
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  • Our Solar System - … . 3. The teacher will ask the following questions about the solar system to assess understanding. a. What is the solar system? (The solar system is made up of the Sun and the nine … the largest planet in the Solar System. The planets orbit around the ____. ____ is the third planet in the Solar System. ____ is the first planet, and is the closest to thethe Solar System. 11. ____ is the second planet in the Solar System. 12. ____ is the eighth planet in the Solar System. Draw your favorite planet below. First Grade, Our Solar System
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