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Key Learning: Objects in our Solar System orbit the Sun, have distinctive physical characteristics, and move in orderly and predictable motions. Unit Essential Question: How do the objects in our Solar System interact with each other?. Planetary Systems Unit

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Key Learning:Objects in our Solar System orbit the Sun, have distinctive physical characteristics, and move in orderly and predictable motions.

Unit Essential Question:How do the objects in our Solar System interact with each other?

Planetary Systems Unit

Part 2: The Earth, Moon, and Sun System

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Concept:The Earth Moon and Sun System

Lesson Essential Questions:

1. How do the positions of the moon and Sun influence tides on Earth?

2. Why does the appearance of the moon change?

3. Why do the positions of the sun, earth and moon cause eclipses some months but not every month?

4. How are solar eclipses different from lunar eclipses?

Vocabulary:

Spring Tide

Neap Tide

Waxing

Waning

Gibbous

Solar Eclipse

Eclipse

You will be able to answer these questions by the end of Part 2

Crescent

Quarter Moon

Full Moon

New Moon

Lunar

You should already know what these words mean. You will be able to use them in your responses and discussions throughout the unit

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Homework Assignment # 3

In the Planetary Systems Readings and Assignments…

Read pages 5-6 and do the assignment on page 6

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Warm Up #1: What two factors determine how much effect an object’s gravitational pull has on another object?

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The Invisible Force, Part 1

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Complete Summary #1: Right down three facts about gravity and one fib (lie) about gravity. Give your packet to someone in the class and see if they can circle the fib.

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Homework Assignment # 4

In the Planetary Systems Readings and Assignments…

Read pages 7-9 and do the assignment on page 9

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Warm Up # 2: True or False: tides only affect the oceans, streams, lakes, and other bodies of water on Earth.

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Complete Summary #2: If you were explaining what a tidal force was to a group of 7th graders, what would you say?

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Homework Assignment #5

In the Planetary Systems Readings and Assignments…

Read pages 10-11 and do the assignment on page 11

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Warm Up #3: Does the Moon have day and night? How do you know?

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How far away would you guess the Moon is from Earth?

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Moon Facts

You will be given a reading. You will do the work with a partner. As one person reads, the other should be writing down facts in the appropriate section on the worksheet…this way you only have to do half the reading and half the writing, not all.

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Complete Summary #3: Describe how the lit part on the Moon changes from one place to the next. Start with the New Moon.

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Warm Up #4: Draw a line from the type of eclipse to the correct order of planetary bodies…(1 point)

Type of EclipseOrder of Planetary Bodies

Sun, Earth, Moon

Lunar Eclipse Sun, Earth, Jupiter

Moon, Sun, Earth

Solar Eclipse Sun, Moon, Earth

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