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Additional Lessons 241 - 250 of 1000 for Physics
  241.   Galaxy Hunter: Teacher Pages- Lesson Plan
Galaxy Hunter Teacher Page: Lesson Plan Index: Goal/Purpose Desired Learning Outcomes Prerequisites New Vocabulary General Misconceptions Preparation Time Execution Time by Module Physical Layout of Room Materials Procedure / Directions Evaluation / Assessment Follow-up Activities / Interdisciplinary Connections One-Computer Classroom Classrooms without Computers Home Schooler Goal/Purpose: Galaxy Hunter uses real data from the Hubble Deep Fields to strengthen students' understanding of sim...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  242.   Desert habitat - Who Am I?
...eristics that enable them to live in the harsh environment of desert habitats. Connections to the Curriculum Science Geography Language Art Connections to Geography Standards Standard 3 - How to analyze the spatial organization of people, places, and environments on earth's surface Standard 4 - The physical and human characteristics of places Standard 8 - The characteristics and spatial distribution of ecosystems on earth's surface Time About two hours. Can be divided into segments to be used at different times Materials Required * Computer with Internet * Printable Pictures from Internet Site * Crayons and/...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  243.   Backyard Habitats
...tat in a backyard, on a balcony, at a workplace, or in a schoolyard. Connections to the Curriculum: geography, science Connections to the National Geography Standards: Standard 8: the characteristics and spatial distribution of ecosystems on Earth's surface Standard 14: how human actions modify the physical environment Time: This project will continue throughout the year. Materials Required: * Internet connection * Space to create a habitat Objectives: Students will: * identify habitat elements that already exist in the planned space. * provide the four basic requirements of wildlife survival (food, water, c...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  244.   The American Trail System
...How to use maps and other geographic representations, tools, and technologies to acquire, process and report information from a spatial perspective. Standard 3: How to analyze the spatial organization of people, places, and environments on Earth's surface. Standard 14: How human actions modify the physical environment Time: Several class periods Materials Required: * Internet connection * Printer * Display board Objectives: The student will: * research a trail system * create a display board of the trail system * generate a map of the trail system * develop a commercial advertising the trail system Geograph...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  245.   Solar System Trading Cards
Solar System Trading Cards Teacher Page: Lesson Plan Index: Goal/Purpose Desired Learning Outcomes Prerequisites New Vocabulary General Misconceptions Preparation Time Execution Time Physical Layout of Room Materials Procedure/Directions Evaluation/Assessment Follow-up Activities/Extensions One Computer Classroom Classrooms Without Computers Home Schooler Goal/Purpose: The purpose of this lesson is for students to acquire information about objects in the solar system while collecting solar sys...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  246.   Mission Mastermind
Mission Mastermind Teacher Page: Lesson Plan Index: Goal/Purpose Desired Learning Outcomes Prerequisites New Vocabulary General Misconceptions Preparation Time Execution Time by Module Physical Layout of Room Materials Procedure / Directions Evaluation / Assessment Follow-up Activities / Interdisciplinary Connections One-Computer Classroom Classrooms without Computers Home Schooler Goal/Purpose: The goal of this lesson is to have students, through reading and visual clues, place the events of th...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  247.   Star Light, Star Bright -- Lesson Plan
Star Light, Star Bright Teacher Page: Lesson Plan Index: Goal / Purpose Desired Learning Outcomes Prerequisites New Vocabulary General Misconceptions Preparation Time Execution Time Physical Layout of Room Materials Procedure / Directions Evaluation / Assessment Solutions Follow-up Activities / Extensions One Computer Classroom Classrooms Without Computers Home Schooler Goal / Purpose: The purpose of this lesson is for students to acquire information about the electromagnetic spectrum and how...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  248.   Planet Impact
...ng Space Web site. Instructions are in the Computer Needs section accessed from the activity's title page. Go to the activity's Grab Bag section and select text, student activities, or other Internet links that direct you to related topics. Subject: Astronomy - Comet News Space Science - Comet News Physical Science - All modules Physics - All modules Concepts: The criteria under which an object will be trapped by the gravitational force of a planet As the mass increases, the gravitational force it exerts also increases. Gravitational forces can be unbalanced forces. The crash of comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 on Jup...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  249.   Planet Impactn
Planet Impact Teacher Page: Lesson Plan Index: Goal / Purpose Desired Learning Outcomes Prerequisites New Vocabulary General Misconceptions Preparation Time Execution Time by Module Physical Layout of Room Materials Procedure / Directions Evaluation / Assessment Follow-up Activities / Interdisciplinary Connections One-Computer Classroom Classrooms without Computers Home Schooler Make It My Lesson Lesson Extensions Goal / Purpose: A primary objective of this lesson is to allow students to inve...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  250.   Online Exploration: Telescopes From the Ground Up
...s McREL Standards and Benchmarks ITEA Standards for Technological Literacy After completing the "Start with the basics" section of "Get to the Root of It," students will be able to identify basic properties of light from the electromagnetic spectrum to refraction and reflection. Content Standard B: Physical Science. As a result of activities in grades five through eight, all students should develop an understanding of the transfer of energy. Light interacts with matter by transmission (including refraction), absorption, or scattering (including reflection). To see an object, light from that object - emitted...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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