Lessons for Galileo

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  • Speed of Light - … segment adapted from Shedding Light on Science. In the 1600s, Galileo investigated the speed of light by conducting an experiment with … at an infinite speed. However, in the 1600s, Italian astronomer Galileo became convinced that light, like sound, had a measurable speed … short distance is unreliable, this method failed. Not long after Galileo's experiment, Danish astronomer Ole Roemer studied the time it …
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  • How Are Magnetic Fields Related To Sunspots? - … Magnetic Fields Related To Sunspots? (Grades 6-8) Teacher Information Galileo was the first European that we know of to observe … For Teachers This site has an interdisciplinary research activity on Galileo. Sunspots, Aurora, and Magnetic Disturbance Graphs with activities related to …
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  • Origami - … /flying.html NASA - Build your own Galileo spacecraft scale model http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/galileo/model.html Copyright Teacher's Desk …
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  • An Egg-Celent Gravity Experiment - … be implemented into our word wall. We would also discuss Galileo's experiment where he dropped items from the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy. What do you think about Galileo's findings? How do they relate to your experiment? Are …
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  • Note to the teacher : This lesson plan works especially well f - … : Just prior to Newton's time Galileo had worked with the idea of acceleration. Galileo could only guess about time since precise …
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  • Newton's Theory of Universal Gravitation - … that the Earth attracted all objects near its surface, and Galileo, as you learned some time ago, experimented with falling objects … of motion and of the centripetal force which they prescribe. Galileo and Kepler lacked that knowledge, and could not have tested …
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  • Short, Sweet, and To the Point - … STUDYING). STOP READING WHEN YOU GET TO THE PARAGRAPH ABOUT GALILEO. AS YOU READ, PAY ATTENTION TO ANY IMPORTANT FACTS THAT … read the two paragraphs in the National Geographic article discussing Galileo. After they read, the students will individually create a summary …
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  • The Scientific Revolution in England and Europe, 1500-1700 - … Ptolemaic cosmological system from http://es.rice.edu/ES/humsoc/Galileo/Images/Astro/Conceptions/ptolematic universe.gif. Label and highlight the … Copernican cosmological system from http://es.rice.edu/ES/humsoc/Galileo/Things/copernican system.html#fn0 Label and highlight the sun …
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  • The Nuts and Bolts Of It - … Road Interpret historical maps Scientific Reasoning (Copernicus, Descartes, Newton, Einstein, Galileo, Ptolemy, Hippocrates, Thomas Malthus and Aristotle) Advancement of medicine Neolithic … be utilized for this activity including: Copernicus, Descartes, Newton, Einstein, Galileo, Ptolemy, Hippocrates, Thomas Malthus and Aristotle). MATERIALS and STRATEGIES: Newspaper …
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  • Reading and Listening for Information (Optional) - … . The spaceship Atlantis has flown several important voyages, including the Galileo Planetary Explorer Mission in 1989 and the deployment of the … . 6. Name two important missions that Atlantis has flown. The Galileo Planetary Explorer Mission & the Gamma Ray Observatory 7. How did …
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