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Earth Sun and Moon Systems. Daily agendas. April 26. Kick off: What questions do you need answered about the sun Make sure to turn in Stormy sunspots and the Studying the sun reviews Study guide turn in Test Inner planets Please turn in UW homework.

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Earth sun and moon systems

Earth Sun and Moon Systems

Daily agendas


April 26

April 26

  • Kick off: What questions do you need answered about the sun

  • Make sure to turn in Stormy sunspots and the Studying the sun reviews

  • Study guide turn in

  • Test

  • Inner planets

  • Please turn in UW homework.

  • Learning log: Name three important points you learned about the sun


April 16

April 16

  • Kick off: Describe the atmosphere of the sun

  • Sun notes

  • Sun pinhole cameras? (If enough supplies)

  • Stormy sunspots

  • UW homework: Read sections 16.3 and 16.4

    • Answer concept checks on pg. 401 and 406

  • Learning log: Describe the sunspot cycle


April 11

April 11

  • Kick off: How can we measure large distances in space (think of our paper moon)?

  • Sun notes

  • Sun worksheet

  • Stormy sunspots

  • UW homework: Read sections 16.1 and 16.2

    • Answer process of science check on 388 and concept check on pg.392

  • Learning log: Describe the physical properties of the sun


April 9

April 9

  • Kick off: Why do we get phases of the moon?

  • Tide notes

  • It’s only a paper moon lab

  • Earth’s moon worksheet

  • Learning log: Describe how tides occur in your own words


March 29

March 29

  • Kick off: Describe the eight moon phases

  • Turn in Phases of the moon packet, make sure you turned in the packet for Reasons for the seasons

  • Revisit Phases of the moon notes-on the new sheet of notes, summarize on the lines to the right what is being described on the slide, on the fourth slide draw the phases of the moon

  • Eclipse notes and discussion

  • Learning log: Describe a lunar eclipse


March 27

March 27

  • Kick off: List three reasons why the moon is important

  • Finish Video and questions “Importance of the Moon”

  • Phases of the moon packet

  • Phases of the moon notes and discussion

  • Learning log: Describe in your own words the Importance of the moon.


March 23

March 23

  • Kick off: What does precession have to do with the age of Aquarius?

  • Quiz

  • Video and questions “Importance of the Moon”

  • Homework: Seasons worksheet

  • Phases of the moon packet if time

  • Learning log: Describe in your own words the Importance of the moon.


March 21

March 21

  • Kick off: Describe precession and how it works.

  • Reasons for the Seasons Poster Project

  • Reason for the seasons lab

  • Phases of the moon

  • Learning log: Describe in your own words the phases of the moon.


March 19

March 19

  • Kick off: What would happen if the earth’s axis wasn’t tilted?

  • Earth moon sun systems notes

  • Reasons for the Seasons Poster Project

  • Learning log: Describe what the three motions of the Earth control here on Earth


March 15

March 15

  • Kickoff: What do you think is the reason for our changing seasons? Why is it warmer in the summer than in winter?

  • Reasons for the Seasons Poster Project

  • Learning Log: Explain the reason for the seasons.


March 13

March 13

  • Kick off: What are your goals for this class

  • Syllabus

  • Draw the planets—what do you know

  • Earth moon sun systems

  • Learning log: Describe the three motions of the earth


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