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Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited We have different seasons during the year because: Athe Earth’s axis is tilted. Bthe Moon moves around the Earth. Cthe Sun moves around the Earth. Dthere are 12 months in the year. Quick Quiz 7Lc
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited Which statement is true? AWe get more daylight in summer and less in winter. BDaylight and night are the same length in summer and winter. CWe get less daylight in summer and more in winter. DWe get most daylight in the spring. Quick Quiz 7Lc
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited The Sun at midday: Ais highest in the spring. Bis highest in the summer. Cis highest in the autumn. Dis highest in the winter. Quick Quiz 7Lc
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited The Sun feels warmer in summer because: Athe Earth is closest to the Sun. Bthe Earth is further away from the Sun. Cthe Sun’s rays are more concentrated. Dthe Sun’s rays are more spread out. Quick Quiz 7Lc
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited We have different seasons during the year because: Athe Earth’s axis is tilted. Bthe Moon moves around the Earth. Cthe Sun moves around the Earth. Dthere are 12 months in the year. Quick Quiz answers 7Lc
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited Which statement is true? AWe get more daylight in summer and less in winter. BDay and night are the same length in summer and winter. CWe get less daylight in summer and more in winter. DWe get most daylight in the spring. Quick Quiz answers 7Lc
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited The Sun at midday: Ais highest in the spring. Bis highest in the summer. Cis highest in the autumn. Dis highest in the winter. Quick Quiz answers 7Lc
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited The Sun feels warmer in summer because: Athe Earth is closest to the Sun. Bthe Earth is further away from the Sun. Cthe Sun’s rays are more concentrated. Dthe Sun’s rays are more spread out. Quick Quiz answers 7Lc
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited The Moon: Acan always be seen during the day. Borbits the Sun. Cis a small star. Dorbits the Earth.
1.Our Solar System consists of the Sun and 9 planets 2.The Sun is a star 3.Planets look like stars but are only visible because of light reflected from.
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited Where does the Earth get most of its heat and light from? Athe Sun Bthe Moon Celectricity Dburning.
2 Moons and Seasons Axial tilt is the reason for the seasons.
© Boardworks Ltd of 20 © Boardworks Ltd of 58 Astronomy Days, Years and the Seasons.
Earth’s Tilt The Earth’s axis is tilted 23 ½ degrees. 23 ½ Degree Tilt Tilted Axis.
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited Stars are: Alumps of hot rock in space. Bhuge balls of burning gas, like the Sun. Cballs of burning.
A plan for all seasons 2 Explain what a hemisphere is. 7Lc.
The moon orbits the Earth, as the Earth orbits the sun. Sun Earth moon.
Items on the test Revolution and rotation Day and night What causes seasons? Recognize phases of the moon.
Seasons By: Brittany D. Alexander. Rotation Earth spins around an imaginary line called the: Axis of Rotation The Earth’s axis is tilted Spinning counterclockwise.
Copyright © 2007 Stevens Institute of Technology Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education What cause the different seasons on Earth?
The Seasons How are the seasons caused?. True or False? Seasons are a result of the distance from the sun. False! Earth is farthest from the sun during.
Exploring Science 7 © Pearson Education Limited 2005 Which of the planets in the Solar System is closest to the Sun? A Earth B Mercury C Mars D Pluto Answer:
EARTH, MOON, SUN REVIEW. QUESTION: This planet is the third from the sun:
24.2 Sun and Seasons hill.com/sites/ x/student_view0/cha pter2/seasons_interactive.html.
Ch 9 Earth in Space Reason for our Seasons. Earth’s Rotation : spin on its axis! Axis is an imaginary line running from N to S pole. The axis is tilted.
The Earth and Its Seasons. Why Do We Have Days? Day and night are determined by the Earth’s rotation. The light from the Sun is always being emitted.
What causes the seasons on Earth?
THE EARTH AND SEASONS PAHS SCIENCE 10. This is our home….the Earth as seen from space.
Motions and Their Effects Seasonal Change and Planetary Movement.
Astronomy 2 Review. 1. Compare the length of time it takes the Moon to rotate with the amount of time it takes the Moon to revolve once around the Earth.
Today’s Agenda… Bellringer: Identify each as rotation or revolution (this is not multiple choice) –A. Takes 24 hours –B. Spins on Axis –C. Takes 365 ¼.
Lesson 2: Earth’s Movement Around the Sun. In addition to day and night, earth also goes through cycles of seasons. Changes between spring, summer, fall,
24.2 The Sun and the Seasons Earth is constantly moving in two ways. A Earth rotates around its axis once a day. B Earth revolves around the sun once a.
The Earth and its Motions Science 8 Astronomy Notes Page 6.
Exploring Science 7© Pearson Education Limited What is the area where a polar bear lives called? Athe igloo Bthe desert environment Cthe Arctic habitat.
They are caused by Earth’s orbit around the sun and the way that Earth tilts on its axis.
Seasons Understand how seasons work on the Earth Literal world building of other planets Examples: –Indigenous religions, local calendars –Weather, planting.
Earth orbits the sun on a tilted axis. Different hemispheres face the sun at different times. At any time during the summer or winter, one part of the.
THE SEASONS. The Reason for the Seasons The earth’s changing seasons are NOT due to distance from sun January July.
Space Cycles Thinking Questions. Why does a solar eclipse last for only a few minutes in any one location?
Earth-Moon-Sun Cycles. Cycle # 1 Day and Night Day Night Day Night.
Reasons for the Seasons Subject: Science Topic: Astronomy.
SEASONS. Which of these is the primary cause of the Earth’s seasons? A. Earth’s gravitational attraction to the sun B. The distance between Earth and.
Earth in Space Section 1-1 P Astronomy The study of space. The study of the Moon stars and other objects in Space.
Earth in Space Chapter 19 Section 1 Pages Chapter 19 Section 1 Pages
Two reasons the Earth has seasons: degree tilt 2. Revolution around sun.
Seasons. What Causes Seasons? Seasons are caused by the tilt of the earth’s axis as it moves around the sun. Seasons happen because the Earth is tilted.
Tuesday, October 14 th, 2014 SPACE Day/Night and Seasons.
seasons CARLOS SEAONS The seasons are caused By the tilt of the earth. The earth is titled 23.5° The sun or further away.
Quiz Review Quiz on Tuesday, November 24. What are the arrows pointing towards? 1. Arctic Circle 2. Tropic of Cancer 3. Equator 4. Summer 5. Tropic of.
The Motion of the Sun. ack-hole-powers-cosmic-flashlight- illuminating-the-cosmic-web
Seasons Review. Why Do We Have Seasons? We have seasons because the earth is tilted (wonky) as it makes its yearly journey around the sun.
Seasons. Revolution The action of one object moving around another in an orbital path This object just completed a revolution.
Earth-Sun Relationship. 00 0 latitude – Equator 0 longitude – Prime Meridian (has no affect on climate)
Access Prior Knowledge Lesson 1: In what ways does Earth move? Opening Activity Open Science textbook to page 542. Open Science folder to review vocabulary.
Tides. What effect does the Sun and moon have on the oceans tides? What effect does the Sun and moon have on the oceans tides?
The Earth in Space. Day and Night The Earth is a sphere (actually, it’s an oblate spheroid – a very slight rugby ball shape) The Earth orbits the Sun.
The Reasons for the Seasons Notes & Study Guide. Review of Time Concepts Day – the amount of time it takes Earth to rotate once on its axis Month – the.
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