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In this lab, students will analyze the evidence of the heliocentric model of the solar system. Topics Covered: Phases of Venus Jupiter's Moons Retrograde Motion of Mars -----*-----*-----*-----*-----*-----*-----*-----*-----*-----*-----*-----*----- MY OTHER ASTRONOMY RESOURCES WORKSHEETS EDITAB
This is a Google Form webquest that looks into the origin and structure of these two universe models. This is a key component of NGSS standard MS-ESS1.This forms includes:Link to a short and easy to understand video clip giving an overview of the topicLink to an age level appropriate text about the
An activity designed to have students learn the differences between the Copernican (Heliocentric) theory and the Geocentric (Ptolemy) theory of the solar system. There are two ways in which I have used this activity: 1) Students must analyze the map key in order to match the names of the planets.2)
This worksheet has 12 Earth Science Regents multiple choice and short answer questions about the shift from the geocentric model to the heliocentric model of the universe. I usually give this as a homework assignment or in-class review. An editable Word document for this worksheet is included. --
This worksheet gives students space to draw, label and describe the features and history of these two competing models of the universe. This includes an answer key and a link to a short article that you can print out for the students to use as background information. This is a great way to illustr
Welcome to Science with Simons!! This is an inquiry based power point lesson.This lesson truly brought me and other teachers so much joy and excitement! In this power point, all I did was ask questions and analyze historical models that empowered students to determine the correct model of the solar
This is a two page activity for an interactive notebook. Students will create a tabbed page useful for studying the major concepts behind Heliocentric and Geocentric models.
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The assignment contains 23 questions about the trial of Galileo and geocentric vs. heliocentric models of the universe. Students will use kid-friendly websites to answer the questions. I have included an answer key. Please message me if you have any questions. ⭐ Engaging!⭐ No textbook required!⭐ Ed
What is the difference between geocentric and heliocentric? Student will have to determine which statement is related to each theory. There are some statements that are related to both models. This interactive activity can be used as a review.
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8th - 12th

Also included in: Contributions of Scientist

Good activity comparing and contrasting the two models. Lesson plans; worksheets; PowerPoint programs and more can be found in the AstronomyDad store. Terms/names/concepts may include: Ptolemy Copernicus Tycho Brahe Johannes Kepler Galileo Galilei Aristarchus Isaac Newton Stonehenge Celestia
This is a quick formative assessment which allows students to compare and contrast the 2 competing views between Heliocentric philosophy and Geocentric philosophy. It also allows for some expansion on the topic with a deeper questioning of the Church's role and Galileo.
This product allows students to compare and contrast models of the "solar system" as well as the founding scientist. The pockets focus on Ptolemy and Copernicus and the venn diagram establishes the correlation between both principles. The students will better understand contributions of scientists.
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8th - 12th

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Step by step instructions for a Scientific Revolution brochure/foldable.Elements include: Heliocentric Model, Geocentric Model, 6 Scientists of the Scientific RevolutionPictures created by me that can inspire students to draw each element or even trace from a computer for the brochure/foldable.
This page contains the standard for the state of GA, essential question for the week of discussion and activities, all knowledge and enduring understandings. This page provides the information for all the unit page 1 activities that accompany it. Each unit page also has a guided reading page, a qu
Go through some of the historic views of astronomy and cover which astronomers made which major contributions to our current understanding of the universe. 10 slides
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6th - 8th
This Concept Comparison Frame contrasts the Inner and Outer Planets, with the terrestrial rocky dwarfs of Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars on one side, and jovian gas giants of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune on the other. It help Ss answer the Essential Question: What Makes Up the Solar System?T
For over one thousand years, the ancient Greek and Roman thinkers held sway over the European Medieval mindset. And so, the earth was thought to be the center of the universe and everything moved around us. That mindset was later codified into doctrine by the Roman Catholic Church. Wouldn't God a
This webquest explores the heliocentric vs geocentric models of the universe, the relative size of the universe, what astronomy is, and the relative size and distance from the planets in our solar system. This is a great introduction activity and can lead easily into a size/distance project or le
This download includes three activities: - Heliocentric vs. Geocentric Foldable - Ancient Astronomer WANTED Poster - Important Events in Astronomy Timeline All three activities include instructions and student handouts, in full color. These foldables are designed for use in Interactive Science Not
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6th - 9th
12 question multiple choice quiz that assess student understanding of the following concepts.Geocentric vs. HeliocentricFamous astronomersGravity and inertia Comets, meteors, and astroids
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4th - 8th
Check out the free download of a similar product (Earth Science Astronomy Unit Page 1: Geocentric vs. Heliocentric). This page contains the standard for the state of GA, essential question for the week of discussion and activities, all knowledge and enduring understandings. This page provides the i
Check out the free download of a similar product (Earth Science Astronomy Unit Page 1: Geocentric vs. Heliocentric). This page contains the standard for the state of GA, essential question for the week of discussion and activities, all knowledge and enduring understandings. This page provides the i
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6th - 9th
Check out the free download of a similar product (Earth Science Astronomy Unit Page 1: Geocentric vs. Heliocentric). This page contains the standard for the state of GA, essential question for the week of discussion and activities, all knowledge and enduring understandings. This page provides the i
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5th - 12th, Higher Education
Check out the free download of a similar product (Earth Science Astronomy Unit Page 1: Geocentric vs. Heliocentric). This page contains the standard for the state of GA, essential question for the week of discussion and activities, all knowledge and enduring understandings. This page provides the i
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5th - 12th, Higher Education

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