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How do Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion explain how celestial objects orbit the sun? What is an ellipse and how do you calculate eccentricity? Watch your students discover and apply Kepler’s Laws in this no-prep ready to go and engaging reading comprehension and question activity. This is a fanta
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Demonstrate Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion with four engaging activities delivering a learning experience that is sure to grab the attention of all types of learners. Get up and get moving with exciting games and delectable visuals to represent the solar system! Customer Tips: • Click the Green
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This 2 page worksheet with complete teacher's answer key makes it easy to integrate math into your astronomy lesson. Students put Kepler's Laws into their own words and apply simple formulas to given values for the 8 planets to test his 3rd law of planetary motion. Then, they are asked to analyze
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This 11 slide PowerPoint details Kepler's three laws of planetary motion. Some background history is given along with pictures and formulae detailing his important discovery. This PowerPoint is meant for a high school physics class. No calculus is involved.
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This promethean lesson is on KEPLER'S LAWS of MOTION. The lesson includes bright images, videos, motion pictures and information for notes and discussion. This lesson includes a pre-class slide, objectives slide, lesson reviews, a Promethean quiz to be used for assessment and a homework question.
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This promethean lesson is on KEPLER'S LAWS of MOTION. The lesson includes bright images, videos, motion pictures and information for notes and discussion. This lesson includes a pre-class slide, objectives slide, lesson reviews, a Promethean quiz to be used for assessment and a homework question.
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This easy-to-use science literacy activity is aligned with the NGSS High School Earth and Space Science performance expectations and disciplinary core ideas in ESS1: Earth’s Place in the Universe. It includes learning objectives, the NGSS alignment for the activity, one science literacy article, as
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This concept comparison is between: Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion, and how they relate to Newton's Laws of Motion and the Law of Universal Gravitation. Bring a calculator! It covers the following Florida Next Generation Sunshine State Standard Benchmarks: SWBAT SC.8.E.5.4 Explore the Law of Uni
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This activity introduces students to Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion by having them graph the orbits of two planets: Mercury and Mars. Students will apply Kepler's 3 laws to their graphs to see if the laws hold up to actual observation.
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This worksheet has 25 Earth Science Regents questions about Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion. Questions relate to elliptical orbits, calculating eccentricity, comparing eccentricities, law of equal areas, orbital velocity, gravitational attraction, evidence of elliptical orbits, and period of revol
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This comprehensive presentation includes the following topics: Who's Who of Modern Astronomy, Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion, Optical and Non-Optical Telescopes, Types and Composition of Stars, Types of Galaxies, The Sun, The Planets of Our Solar System, and Space Probes and their Voyages. I ha
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This handout includes fill in the blank and short answer questions to accompany my Studying Space PowerPoint Presentation. Includes the following topics: Who's Who of Modern Astronomy, Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion, Optical and Non-Optical Telescopes, Types and Composition of Stars, Types of
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This 15-slide PowerPoint brielfy describes Kepler's laws of planetary motion and Newton's laws of motion and gravity. It is designed for a high school level Astronomy course and is introductory. There are some mathematical principals included, animations, descriptive pictures, and a lot of conten
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This worksheet has 25 Earth Science Regents constructed response questions about Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion. Questions relate to elliptical orbits, calculating eccentricity, comparing eccentricities, law of equal areas, orbital velocity, gravitational attraction, evidence of elliptical orbits
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Discusses the 8 planets of the Milky Way individually with stunning pictures, includes the characteristics of a planet, Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion, why Pluto is now considered a Dwarf Planet and more.
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Astronomy: Chapter 4 The Origins of Modern Astronomy (Premium PowerPoint 2013) *This presentation was created and designed to run with Microsoft PowerPoint 2013. Some of the features and animations may not be present if using older versions of Microsoft PowerPoint or other programs. Outline: This
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Astronomy: Early Theories of the Solar System PowerPoint Presentation Topics: Heliocentric theory, Geocentric Theory, Ptolemaic system, Epicycle, Deferent, Copernican system, Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler, Kepler's Law of Planetary Motion, Harmonic Law, Galileo
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This PowerPoint lecture covers the Copernican Revolution, Galileo's contributions, Tycho Brahe's observations, and Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion. There are links in the power point to short videos on YouTube that will enhance the content for students. Student note sheet is a fill-in-the-blank
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This is a whole unit on Modern Astronomy. This unit covers more recent astronomers, from Copernicus and Kepler to Newton, Einstein, and Hubble. We get into how they made their discoveries, and how their discoveries changed the entire way we view and study the universe. In this package you will ge
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Astronomy: Chapter 5 Gravity (Premium PowerPoint 2013) *This presentation was created and designed to run with Microsoft PowerPoint 2013. Some of the features and animations may not be present if using older versions of Microsoft PowerPoint or other programs. Outline: This presentation discusses t
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NGSS Earth & Space Science Astronomy Lesson Plan #30 Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion. This easy-to-use, turnkey lesson plan is aligned with the NGSS High School Earth and Space Science performance expectations and disciplinary core ideas in ESS1: Earth’s Place in the Universe. The lesson pla
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This powerpoint lesson is on KEPLER'S LAWS OF PLANETARY MOTION. It is part of the SOLAR SYSTEM unit. This lesson includes a slide stating the objectives of the lesson, a slide that has a "Did you Know" fact pertaining to the lesson and a slide that has a review of the lesson at the end. This les
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Are you struggling with engaging your students in understanding how bodies move in our solar system? LOOK NO FURTHER! This activity is great for modeling orbits of planets, moons, and satellites. Ditch that old activity where students use pushpins and sit at their desks. This activity gets students
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