Astronomy in the Elementary Classroom. Ben Sellers Astronomy 101 – Honors Presentation Dr. Harold Williams May 3, 2005. Lesson Overview & Objective. Two-day lesson on the relationship between the Earth’s moon and eclipses Day I: Phases of the moon Day II: Lunar and solar eclipses
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Astronomy 101 – Honors Presentation
Dr. Harold Williams
May 3, 2005
Bill and Alvin are discussing the moon after school for a lunar eclipse project that they are working on for science class. They are supposed to make a diagram that displays the sun, earth, and the moon during a lunar eclipse. They are arguing because Bill says that the moon should be behind the earth and farthest away from the sun in the diagram and Alvin says that the moon is full during a lunar eclipse and should therefore be closest to the sun. Using your notes and diagrams, discuss who is correct about the diagram and how do you know?