Lessons for The Solar System

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  • Solar System - … will explore the internet to answer specific questions about the solar system. Students will … increase awareness of the solar system through exploration of Demostrate understand the nature & websites … ) Students go to links on the Solar System Page to answer specific questions … w internet connections websites on the solar system. Printer Students go to Planet … students explore more facets of the solar system. Assessment: Complete planet worksheet with …
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  • Lost in Space - A Solar System Study - … 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 … about the solar system. (TrackStar: The Solar System) This site is linked to informative sites about the solar systemthe solar system. (TrackStar: The Solar System) This site is linked to informative sites about the solar system.TrackStar: The Solar
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  • Modeling the Solar System - … the Solar System. This lesson models the orbital distances between the planets and shows that the solar system … travel through the solar system. Background: Our solar system is made up of the Sun, nine … planets to the class. Walk with the students through the solar system from the Sun to … about the solar system either before or after the activity. Special Case: Modeling the Solar System in …
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  • Extreme Exploration–Solar System Missions Timeline Activity - … continued exploration of the solar system reaches a crescendo over the next three years … solar system. Evidence of the earliest days of the solar system may exist in rocks on the … research the missions on the NASA websites to find the events themselves. The Solar System Exploration … students to use the Solar System Exploration Timeline to find the events related to … investigate events on the internet. b. Students may use the Solar System Exploration Mission …
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  • The Solar System, Earth, and Sky - … in the solar system. Compare and contrast the Earth and the moon. Publish stories about the solar systemthe moon and the Earth. Draw a model of the solar system on tHe sidewalk. (Sidewalk Solar System) Make a solar … teach the students songs about the solar system. COOKING AND DRAMA ACTIVITIES: Present "Meet the Solar System
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  • TRB 6:3 - Activity 1 - Tour of the Solar System - … information and images about the objects in the solar system. The "Mapping the Solar System" poster can be … about the components of the solar system. Although students should learn basic information about the solar system, thethe questions at the end of the activity. Introduce the major components of the solar system, including thethe measurements below for solar system size. In this scale the larger moons in the solar system
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  • Energy for Keeps: Electricity and Renewable Energy Teacher Information - … System Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) Solar: Photovoltaic (PV) System Solar Thermal: Concentrating Solar Power System … Structure of the earth system** Earth s history** Earth in the solar system Science and … together chemically concentrating solar power: any of the solar energy systems (solar dish engines, parabolic … from the sun, electrical energy, inside PV systems, power for the future; solar data …
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  • Secondary Energy Infobook and Secondary Infobook Activities (19 Activities): Energy Infobook - … 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 … Like solar cells, concentrated solar power systems use solar energy to make electricity. Since the solar radiation that reaches the
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  • Exploring Our Solar System - … the solar system i. The Earth moves around the sun; the sun does not move. ii. Thethe solar system i. The Earth moves around the sun; the sun does not move. ii. Thethe solar system i. The Earth moves around the sun; the sun does not move. ii. Thethe solar system i. The Earth moves around the sun; the sun does not move. ii. Thethe solar system i. The Earth moves around the sun; the sun does not move. ii. The
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  • Our Solar System - … 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 planets … in the Solar System. The planets orbit around the ____. ____ is the third planet in the Solar System
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