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Write ? And answer in notebook 1. Which is composed of matter? A electricity B an atom C light D heat 2 How are the atoms in an object affected when the temperature of the object increases? A They join together. B They vibrate faster. C They vibrate slower. D They split apart.
How did you do? 1.Which is compose d of matter? B an atom 2 How are the atoms in an object affected when the temperature of the object increases? B They vibrate faster.
Quiz Review Quick Review of tides, eclipses and moon phases
Waning: decreases in size (left side lit) Remember…
Waxing: increases in size (right side lit) Remember…
Spring Tides = highest high tides formed when the earth, sun and moon are lined up in a row happens every two weeks during a new moon or full moon.
Remember… Neap Tides= lowest low tides formed when the earth, sun and moon form a right angle Neap tides happen during a quarter or three-quarter moon
Test time! Clear off your desk... Sit up your folders.... You will have 20 minutes to complete the test.... When you finish put everything inside your folder and sit quietly
Interactive Notebook Q3 Label Next Available Page: 6.E.1.2 The Planet Earth and the Solar System Number page to match Table of Contents entry Circle the number
Interactive Notebook Q3 Add entry to Table of Contents 6.E.1.2 The Planet Earth and the Solar System Assign the next number
OUR MISSION THIS WEEK… You will become an expert at the solar system and be able to explain how the Earth can sustain life while other planets can not
Standard… 6.E.1.2 Explain why Earth sustains life while other planets do not based on their properties (including types of surface, atmosphere and gravitational force) and location to the Sun.
Has anybody ever heard of the Solar System? What do you think it is? Name some things that you think are part of the Solar System. I will write them below:
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK The Solar System consists of: The Sun and 8 Planets Multiple moons Asteroids, Meteors and Comets Dust, gases and empty space.
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK Mnemonic for the 8 Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune My Very Enthusiastic Mom Just Sent Us Nachos
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK 4 Terrestrial Planets: inner planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars 4 Gas Giants: outer planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK NOTES: Astronomical Unit (AU)= The Earth’s average distance from the sun 1 AU = ~93 million miles away
Brain Pop We will take notes. I will pass out the sheet and complete the front together as a group We will take notes. I will pass out the sheet and complete the front together as a group The back will be a quiz that you will take on your own. The back will be a quiz that you will take on your own.
Video https://www.brainpop.com/science/space/solarsystem/ https://www.brainpop.com/science/space/solarsystem/
Let’s do the worksheet Front we will do together. Back on your own.
Solar System Worksheet Add entry to table of contents Call it “Solar System Worksheet”
We are indestructible astronauts! You are on a mission to all 8 planets, and the sun to uncover key information!
We will move between classes As we travel the Solar System, we will gather info between the classes.
DISCOVERY ED VIDEO The Inner and Outer Planets
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK Moons: orbit alongside planets Many planets have moons. Earth has 1 moon, Jupiter has 63 moons!
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK RINGS: cosmic, space dust and other small particles orbiting around a planet. The four gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) all have rings. SATURN = Planet most known for its rings
DISCOVERY ED VIDEO Comets, Asteroids, and Meteorites
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK Asteroids: chunks of rock left over from when the planets formed Largest of the solar system bodies Most common in the ASTEROID BELT (located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter)
Solar System Song Mr. Parr Solar System http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GH61v4_e VNA
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK Comets: asteroid-like objects covered in dust, ice, gases, and metals that develop a fuzzy, cloud-like shell called a coma when they orbit close to the sun, the ice instantly melts, creating a long, visible tail (sometimes called a dirty snowball) Form far away from the Sun
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK Meteoroid: Large pieces from an asteroid or comet Most burn up and never reach Earth
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK Meteor: A meteoroid that burns up as it passes through our atmosphere. Creates a flash of light, known as ‘shooting stars’ Smallest of the solar system bodies
WRITE IN NOTEBOOK Meteorite: A meteoroid that does not burn up as it travels through the Earth’s atmosphere It lands and crashes onto the Earth.
METEORITE ON EARTH http://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=dpmXyJrs7iU http://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=dpmXyJrs7iU VIDEO IN RUSSIA
“I am” Activity Directions: 1.Each statement gives you a hint for which one it is. 2.The words can be used more than once. 3.Use your notes to help you fill in the blanks
Review Solar System Worksheet Follow along as I project the information onto the whiteboard
Bill Nye the Science Guy—5 minutes Bill Nye and the distance between the planets Bill Nye and the distance between the planets http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= 97Ob0xR0Ut8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= 97Ob0xR0Ut8
DISCOVERY ED VIDEO EARTH SCIENCE: SOLAR SYSTEM Intro of Solar System Planets of Solar System
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