Monthly Archives: November 2011
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Today’s objective was to compare the characteristics of the inner planets with the outer planets. We started the lesson with inner planet warm up. We then watched Sun Size video. We then used the resource page for solar system info … Continue reading
Today’s objective was to compare and contrast the planets in list form and classify them based on different characteristics. We started the lesson by watching Tim and Moby the The Solar System and recording the characteristics of the planets on the … Continue reading
Today’s objective was to model and explain the sun structure and processes. We started the lesson with a sun diagram. We then reviewed the solar structure and processes before the Solar Quiz. No homework this weekend.
Today we worked on missing assignment and correcting quizzes. You were given a post-it with your assignments you needed to complete. You were able to take home the textbook to help you complete this.
Today’s objective was explain the Sun-Earth connection including thermonuclear process, sunspot cycle, coronal mass ejection, flares, solar wind, auroras. We started the lesson with geo helio warm up. We then started discussing the structure of the sun. We heard They … Continue reading
My apologies that I have been out. I will be in Wednesday and we will break into the small groups. Monday you worked on describing the Heliocentric model and how that changed to the Geocentric Model on page 1_Geo Helio_outline-notescomic … Continue reading
Good Friday! Today’s objective was to explain why the moon changes phases and how it affects the tides. We started the lesson reviewing the moon phases then took the moon quiz. Many of you did not score your best on … Continue reading
The objective for today was to explain Newton’s 3 laws of motion and Kepler’s 3 laws planetary motion. We started the lesson with spring or neap. We then reviewed Newton and Kepler’s laws before taking the Quiz Newton and Kepler. … Continue reading