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DO NOW. V: 0. Homework &amp; Agenda. V: 0. TEKS. V: 0. Vocabulary. V: 0. Electromagnetic Spectrum Frequency Waves. EQs &amp; Objectives. V: 0. Fingerprinting. V: 2. Using Pages RM 19-20, determine the elements in each star. **Teacher will model how to do this**

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DO NOW

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TEKS

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Vocabulary

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• Electromagnetic Spectrum
• Frequency
• Waves
Fingerprinting

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• Using Pages RM 19-20, determine the elements in each star.
• **Teacher will model how to do this**
• 2. For each star, put an “X” next to the element name for each element it has on RM 21.
Conclusion Questions

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• What elements are found in all five stars?
• Why do you think these elements are found in all five stars? Think about their atomic structure and placement on the Periodic Table.
• Do any of the stars contain all eight of the given elements?
• Which of the stars do you think is the oldest?
DO NOW

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TEKS

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Vocabulary

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• HR Diagram
• White Dwarf
• Red Giant
• Red Supergiant
• Main Sequence Star
• Magnitude
• Brightness
• Temperature
Life Cycle of a Star Lab

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Record observations and data on the handout.

• Inflate a balloon to about 45cm in circumference.
• Cover the balloon in aluminum foil and measure the circumference of the “star”.
• Measure the mass of the “star”.
• Pop the balloon and gently crush the foil (NOT ALL THE WAY) to represent a supernova.
• Measure the new circumference and mass.
• Crush the foil a second time, measure the mass and volume.
• Crush the foil a final time to represent a black hole.
Life Cycle of a Star

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BrainPop: Life Cycle of Star

Life Cycle of Star Card Sort

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• Complete the card sort with your shoulder partner
• Copy on page of your INB.
DO NOW

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TEKS

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Vocabulary

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• HR Diagram
• White Dwarf
• Red Giant
• Red Supergiant
• Main Sequence Star
• Magnitude
• Brightness
• Temperature
HR Diagram

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• Get out the large HR Diagram
• Each person at your table should have number of stars.
• Place the stars on the diagram.
• Copy the diagram onto page 27 of your notebook.

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• Complete the Reading “The Hertzsprung-Russell” Diagram
• Complete RM 23
Exit Ticket

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How are stars classified?

Stars are classified by…..

DO NOW

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TEKS

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Vocabulary

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• Electromagnetic Waves
• Spectroscope
• HR Diagram
• White Dwarf
• Red Giant
• Red Supergiant
• Main Sequence Star
• Magnitude
• Brightness
• Temperature

QUIZ

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Underline the question

Bubble important words

Identify the key idea, write it in margin.

Mass of an object

After the QUIZ

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• Place your quiz in the folder
• Complete the Assignment: Our Universal Address
Homework Review

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• Review this week’s homework