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  1.   The Sun
Spectacular loops and prominences are often visible on the Sun's limb. Index of Soho Lesson Plans Differential Rotation of the Sun Coronal Mass Ejection Velocity with NIH Image Convection Cells Modeling the Sun MATERIALS THE SUN, a book by Seymour Simon Candle Matches Tape measure Colored tagboard, tissue paper, wire coat hangers Drawing paper NASA ROCKETS: a Teacher's...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  2.   The Path of the Sun, the Ecliptic
Lesson Plan 3 http://www.phy6.org/Stargaze/Lecliptc.htm + + (2) The Path of the Sun, the Ecliptic An introduction to the ecliptic, the zodiac and the apparent motions of the Sun, Moon and planets across the sky. + + Part of a high school course on astronomy, Newtonian mechanics and spaceflight by David P. Stern + + This lesson plan supplements: "The Path of the Sun, the Eclipti...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   May Earth be Revolving around the Sun?--lesson plan #16
Lesson Plan 16 http://www.phy6.org/Stargaze/Larist.htm + + (9a) May Earth be Revolving around the Sun? (9b) The Earth's Shadow These two sections belong together (9b is an elaboration which may be omitted). This lesson traces the beginning of the heliocentric theory of the solar system the idea that the solar system revolves around the Sun to an observation by the Greek astronomer Aristarchus, which convinc...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Eclipsing the Sun
Sun-Earth Day Engagement Activity 'Eclipsing the Sun' BENCHMARKS: For grades K-12: Concepts from physics and chemistry, insights from history, mathematical ways of thinking, and ideas about the role of technology in exploring the universe all contribute to a grasp of the character of the cosmos. In particular, the...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  5.   Effects of the Sun on Our Planet
Effects of the Sun on Our Planet Supplemental science materials for grades 9 - 12 These supplemental curriculum materials are sponsored by the Stanford SOLAR (Solar On-Line Activity Resources) Center. In conjunction with NASA and the Learning Technologies Channel. Susanne Ashby Paul Mortfield Amberlee Chaussee Curriculum...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  6.   Effects of the Sun on Our Planet
Effects of the Sun on Our Planet Supplemental science materials for grades 5 - 8 These supplemental curriculum materials are sponsored by the Stanford SOLAR (Solar On-Line Activity Resources) Center. In conjunction with NASA and the Learning Technologies Channel. Susanne Ashby Paul Mortfield Todd Hoeksema Amberlee Chausse...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Effects of the Sun on Our Planet
Effects of the Sun on Our Planet Supplemental science materials for grades 2 - 4 These supplemental curriculum materials are sponsored by the Stanford SOLAR (Solar On-Line Activity Resources) Center. In conjunction with NASA and the Learning Technologies Channel. Susanne Ashby Paul Mortfield Amberlee Chaussee Curriculum...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  8.   As the Sun Burns
As the Sun Burns Supplemental science materials for grades 2 - 4 These supplemental curriculum materials are sponsored by the Standford SOLAR (Solar On-Line Activity Resources) Center. In conjunction with NASA and the Learning Technologies Channel. Susanne Ashby Paul Mortfield Amberlee Chaussee Curriculum Special...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  9.   How Can A Spacecraft Always Face The Sun?
Lesson: How Can A Spacecraft Always Face The Sun? (Grades 6-8) Teacher Information NASA launched the SOHO (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory) spacecraft on December 2, 1995. It orbits the Sun with the Earth, but faces the sun continuously. It provides an uninterrupted view of the Sun 24 hours a day because its orbit never takes it behind the Earth. The o...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  10.   Differential Rotation of the Sun
Lesson: Differential Rotation of the Sun (Grades 9-12) Teacher Information The Sun has a north and south pole, just as the Earth does, and rotates on its axis. However, unlike Earth which rotates at all latitudes every 24 hours, the Sun rotates every 25 days at the equator and takes progressively longer to rotate at higher latitudes, up to 35 days...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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