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Additional Lessons 601 - 610 of 1000 for The Solar System
  601.   Finding the "Sun" Total of All Parts
Designation: Ontario Curriculum: Science and Technology Earth and Space Systems: Grade 1 - Daily and Seasonal Cycles Specific Expectations Addressed: Understanding Basic Concepts - identify the sun as a source of heat and light Written by: Andrea Schultz-Allison, Department of Earth Sciences, The University of Western Ontario Developing Skills of Inquiry, Design, and Communication - record relevant ob...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  602.   Mars Dead or Alive
Original broadcast: January 4, 2004 MARS Dead or Alive PROGRAM OVERVIEW NOVA describes the design and construction of the Mars Exploration Rovers (MERs). B E F O R E W AT C H I N G 1 Ask students to imagine that they can visit Mars. What would they want to find out about the planet? 2 Review the solar system with your class. Discuss distances between planets, especially between Mars and Earth. (See NASA's "The Solar S...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  603.   Ghost Particle, the
Ghost Particle, The Classroom Activity | | | | | | Activity Summary Students collect evidence to make inferences about an object hidden inside a sealed box. Learning Objectives Students will be able to: think critically and logically to raise questions. identify questions that can be answered through investigation. formulate and test hypotheses. de...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  604.   What is the Nature of Science?
Unit 1 What Is the Nature of Science? Evolution TV show "The Evolutionary Arms Race" F At a Glance Learning Goals Understand the processes of science Distinguish between scientific and everyday meanings of key words--theory, hypothesis, law, fact--and use in context Recognize the variables that affect observation, data collection, and interpretati...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  605.   Universal Proportions
Universal Proportions Overview: Create scale models of Earth, the Moon, and distances in spaceLearning Goal: Develop a sense of the relative sizes of Earth, the Moon, and of the immense distances within the universeVideo Link: New View of the Universe Introduction When Edwin Hubble calculated the distance to a variable star, he was astounded to see that it was outside the Milky Way. The univer...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  606.   Kure Waste Chase Game Lesson
VIDEO EPISODES FUN & GAMES GET INVOLVED MEET THE X-TEAM FOR EDUCATORS Using Ocean Adventures in the Classroom A Word from Jean-Michel Cousteau Educator Guide to Voyage to Kure Educator Guide to Sharks at Risk Educator Guide to The Gray Whale Obstacle Course Educator Guide to America's Underwater Treasures Educator Guide to Return to the Amazon Educator Guide to Sea Ghosts (Bel...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  607.   The State of the Planet
Join us on: The Programs Stories of Hope Ecosystems Country Profiles Educational Resources Education Home Episode Guide Photo Gallery The Journey to Planet Earth Action Kit Journey to Planet Earth Clubs Teachers Guides Sustainable Agriculture Internet Resources Citizens for Planet Earth Overview Previewing Activities Previewing Discussion Viewi...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  608.   Rivers of Destiny
Join us on: The Programs Stories of Hope Ecosystems Country Profiles Educational Resources Education Home Episode Guide Photo Gallery The Journey to Planet Earth Action Kit Journey to Planet Earth Clubs Teachers Guides Sustainable Agriculture Internet Resources Citizens for Planet Earth Topics touched upon in this program include flooding, loss...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  609.   Land of Plenty, Land of Want
Join us on: The Programs Stories of Hope Ecosystems Country Profiles Educational Resources Education Home Episode Guide Photo Gallery The Journey to Planet Earth Action Kit Journey to Planet Earth Clubs Teachers Guides Sustainable Agriculture Internet Resources Citizens for Planet Earth Topics covered in this program include drought, loss of to...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  610.   Mission Impossible! are We Alone in the Universe, or are We Just One of It'S Citizens?
Activity: Mission Impossible! Are We Alone in the Universe, or Are We Just One of It's Citizens? Students will - learn about the NASA strategy for scientifically studying any celestial body; propose an expedition plan to become space explorers of the future. Are there other solar systems like ours? If there are, then conditions to sustain life may exist elsewhere. It was recent...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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