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Earth’s moon. By Candace Compton. The Essential Question. What are the 8 phases of our Moon?. Earth’s Moon. Unit Questions…. What is the difference between a waxing crescent moon and a waning crescent moon? What is a Blue Moon?

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earth s moon

Earth’s moon

By Candace Compton

the essential question
The Essential Question...
  • What are the 8 phases of our Moon?
unit questions
Unit Questions…
  • What is the difference between a waxing crescent moon and a waning crescent moon?
  • What is a Blue Moon?
  • Why do we not see the Moon very well, if at all, during the New Moon phase?
students will understand
Students will understand…
  • The origin of the Moon
  • The Moon’s orbit and how it affects Earth
  • The phases of the Moon
  • They will understand why the Moon looks the way it does during each of its phases.
constructivist strategy
Constructivist Strategy
  • I believe that for this type of subject that a Constructivist Strategy would be best for the students to learn, understand and retain the information about the Moon’s Phases.
references
References

http://www.middleschoolscience.com/earth.htm

http://www.bing.com/images

http://solarsystem.nasa.gov

http://nasa.gov