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Come explore a beautiful marriage of both math and science. Experience Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion like you never have before. In this dynamic ellipse lab, content and inquiry go hand in han

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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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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.
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This refreshing bundle allows students to investigate how scientists describe the shape of our revolutionary orbit. Students are introduced to the following terms and concepts: Johannes Kepler, gravity, Kepler's First, Second & Third Laws, ellipses, perihelion, aphelion, orbit, eccentricity, ec

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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 power point presentation represents the three laws of Johannes Kepler. This is a great way to bridge your Astronomy and Physics lessons as well as integrating history (hello, Common Core!)
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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!
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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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Students will explore Kepler's laws of Motion.
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Assignment: Using the background document and the Animation site provided, explore Kepler’s Three Laws of Motion and create a short 2 min video highlighting key mechanics in one of the laws.

This 11 slide physics lesson package discusses Gravitational Fields, Orbits and Kepler's three Laws of Planetary Motion. There are THREE practice questions to keep your students engaged throughout with the answers included on the teacher version. It is geared towards students who are in high school

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This zip file contains many different activities (53 pages of student handouts and 1 PowerPoint with a total of 25 slides) which can be used to compose a unit for physics students involving topics involving circular motion and Kepler's Laws. Topics in this unit include centripetal force, centripet

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This powerpoint lesson is on PLANETARY MOTION (KEPLER'S LAWS). It is part of the SOLAR SYSTEM UNIT
This lesson covers information on the background of Johannes Kepler. It also covers details related to Kepler's 3 law's of planetary motion and Newton's Law of universal gravity.

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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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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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Covers Kepler's three laws and and what an astronomical unit is.
Good reinforcement worksheet.
Answer key included.

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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.

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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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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A variety of context for using exponential functions "in the real world" are discussed and examine. Students use given functions for Keplers Third law to determine the time it takes each planet to travel around the sun. Their findings are graphed. A function for an orbiting satellite is also given

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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.
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Everyone loves to color! On this worksheet, students read each statement, determine which of Kepler's Laws is described and color according to the key. Includes teaching suggestions and an answer key.
If you like this activity, try these other fun lessons!
Eclipses Coloring Printable WorksheetRota

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Three page worksheet designed for Earth science class but could also be used for Astronomy. Reviews the three laws of orbital motion. Students use graph paper to compare areas of the orbit. Third page has a series of Earth Science Regents Questions - multiple choice. See preview.

A 6 slide PowerPoint presentation that explains how Kepler's Law is used to illustrate that the planets may have had a common origin and how Kepler's Law can be applied.

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This Excel spreadsheet is programmed for students to practice Kepler's 3rd law problems assigned randomly for planets in our solar system and also for the Galilean moons. This spreadsheet expires after the 2016/17 school year. Students won't get the same set of problems, necessarily, so they can't

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