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  1. The MoonLesson Outline • Introduction – Questions • Video Clip – Note key points - Summary • Model Activity – Sun; Moon; Earth • Activity discussion • Phases of the Moon (power point) • Moon chart activity • Homework

  2. Moon Phases • New Moon • Waxing crescent • 1st quarter • Waxing gibbous • Full Moon • Waning gibbous • Last quarter • Waning crescent

  3. The Moon • Moon revolves around the Earth • Takes approximately 29.5 days • Called a lunar month • You can see the surface of the moon when it is lit by the Sun

  4. Direction Clockwise 1st Quarter Sun Earth Full Moon New Moon Last Quarter

  5. Direction Clockwise Waxing Crescent 1st Quarter Waxing Gibbous Sun Earth New Moon Full Moon Waxing Gibbous Last Quarter Waning crescent

  6. Phases of the MoonSouthern Hemisphere • New Moon • Waxing crescent • First quarter • Waxing gibbous • Full Moon • Waning gibbous • Last quarter • Waning crescent

  7. Golden Rule How to remember the phases of the Moon in the Southern hemisphere Look at the shapes… C O D First Quarter Full Moon Last Quarter C O D

  8. Eight Different phases of the Moon Cut out and paste Moon phase picture in the diagram attached Name Phases below picture

  9. Direction Clockwise Sun Earth c

  10. On the diagram below, black out the parts of the Moon that do not receive any light from the Sun. Two of the diagrams have been done as an example to follow. Sun

  11. On the diagram below, black out the parts of the Moon that cannot be seen from Earth. Two of the diagrams have been done as an example to follow. Sun

  12. On the diagram below, combine the blacked out areas from the two diagrams you have already done. Two of the diagrams have been done as an example to follow. Sun Note look towards the Moon from the Earth following the direction of each dashed arrow. You will have to rotate the page. Only the parts ‘lit up and facing earth’ will be visible from Earth Source ESA publications – Practical Science yr 11