Lessons for Earth Day

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  • Vicki Oleson's Lesson Plan - … this activity will help students understand why earth has seasons and make comparisons between earth and other places in the solar system … : (Note: This is a unit plan that may cover several days to several weeks. Not all of the following activities/standards … Science content standards involving populations and ecosystems (NSE) and the earth in the solar system (NSE). Students are asked to examine …
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  • Linking the national geography standards to the indiana national studies guidelines grades k-12 - … and human features in the United States and on Earth Location of Earth's continents and oceans in relationship to each other … . 7. How Earth-Sun relations affect conditions on Earth and how patterns (location, distribution and association) of features, on Earth's surface, are … structure of urban areas and the evolving forms of present-day urban areas . 13. Why and how cooperation and conflict are …
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  • Light, camera, action! Shadows? - … the earth and the sun by studying shadows. Students construct a sun clock and record shadows several times during a school day in order to use the earth and the sun to measure time. Getting … the sun (a star), planets, and many moons and the earth is the third planet... North Carolina curriculum alignment Computer Technology … and use appropriate technology to build an understanding of the earth/moon/sun system.Objective 3.03: Using shadows, follow and …
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  • Learning about rocks - … into each other Teacher planning Time required for lesson 5 days Materials/resources rocks homemade Play Dough beads, glitter, rock fragments … spreadsheet and Rock Cycle The Magic School Bus Inside The Earth by Joanna Cole Be A Geologistactivity sheet Technology resources computer … (sedimentary, igneous, metamorphic). Share The Magic School Bus Inside The Earth by Joanna Cole. Activities Rock classification. Provide a variety of …
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  • Learner Resource – Drought - … groundwater. Erosion due to the impact of materials on the earth's surface will be explored through investigations. Wind erosion and … Before Electricity _Debating the Depression Assessment _Reading _Memories of School Days Click on the following to view assessment suggestions: _Migration from … research. 3. SPLAT, SPLAT, SPLAT!!! Change is inevitable on the earth's surface. All things, living or nonliving change over time …
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  • Cosmology Cosmic Walk - … . Oxygen levels continue to rise until they reach near present-day levels. Individual bacteria learn to cooperate and specialize within giant … begin to calculate the Age of the Earth. Humans try to understand how old the Earth is through empirical observations. 70 years … Primordial Flaring Forth. 30 years ago Earth is seen as Whole from space.The Earth becomes complex enough to witness her own …
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  • MDA - Usable Water Lesson - … Agricultural Statistics Teacher: 1. Demonstrate the locations of water on earth. 2. Emphasize to students the need for water conservation A … Lesson Plan the future. > Ag Every Day Layer Away - A Although 70 percent of the earth is water, nearly lesson on the … Land Activity Outline: 1. This chart shows the distribution of Earth's water supply. Share this information with your students. Growing …
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  • Lesson Plan -- Investigating Daylight - … time ? 3-4 class periods Academic ? Science: Content as inquiry, earth standards and space science ? Mathematics: Numbers and operations, data analysis … we have each day? ? If the earth turns all the way around every 24 hours, then why are some days longer than others … your hometown? ? Why do some days have more daylight than others? ? What roles do the earth and sun play in determining the … look up sunrise and sunset data for other locations on earth to verify the accuracy of the online demonstration. ? Have students …
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  • Investigating the Earth-Moon-Sun System - … periods (50 min.) Materials/Equipment Computer, printer, "Investigating the Needed: Earth-Moon-Sun System" lab resources Description of Lesson (includes context … earth, sun and moon. They will evaluate the explanation given in the story, make a comparison to the origin of present-day … night and day. 4. Discuss the Internet as one source of Native American legends of the moon, sun and earth. 5. Students …
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  • Our Very Own Star: the Sun - … the little dot would be the size of the Earth. Of course, the Earth is not this close to the Sun. EPO … bigger. Can you imagine a storm as big as the Earth? There are also huge explosions called solar flares in which … called solar wind. It takes one to five days for this wind to reach Earth. Sometimes the solar wind causes beautiful lights … . Scientists also study the Sun to learn more about the Earth's weather and climate. NASA helps us to learn more …
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