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Life Cycle of Stars Powerpoint Red Giants Supergiants Supernovas
This 27 slide powerpoint covers the life cycle of small, medium and large mass stars. Topics covered are: mass of stars, nebula, protostars, main sequence, red giants, supergiants, supernova, neutron stars, and black holes. There are two short video clips. One describes the sizes of different stars,
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Planets Lesson, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars
This is a 1100+ slide PowerPoint presentation with built-in class notes (red slides), challenge questions with answers, built-in hands on activities with instructions, questions, answers, built-in review opportunities, video links, two page homework, answer key, lesson notes, 130+ slide PowerPoint R
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Astronomy Unit VIII Lesson I PowerPoint "Life of a Star"
PowerPoint lesson I in Unit VIII. All PowerPoint lessons contain many graphics and several short video links to further student understanding of the subject. Lecture notes are added to the slide sorter section to help in clarifying the subject matter; images as well as student FAQ's. A 20-questio
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Moon Powerpoint
Moon Powerpoint: This moon powerpoint shares facts about the moon. It discusses the definition of the moon, features of the moon's surface, the moon's effects on the earth, what our view is of the moon, how we get the phases of the moon, what a quarter moon is, what a full moon is, what a new moo
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Question Exploration: How Do Astronomers Measure Extreme Distances? (AU and LY)
This Question Exploration asks the Essential Question about cosmic distances: How Do Astronomers Measure Extreme Distances? (astronomical units and light years )Question Exploration Routine is an instructional methods that teachers can use to help a diverse student population understand a body of co
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Earth/Space Lesson IV PowerPoint "Galaxies and the Big Bang"
This lesson aligns with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS): "STANDARD 8 - The Universe and Practices of Science. The teacher understands and applies accepted practices and implications of science in contemporary and historical contexts. 8B. understands the properties and dynamics of objects ext
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Astronomy Unit X Lesson I PowerPoint "Cosmology and the Big Bang"
PowerPoint lesson I in Unit X. All PowerPoint lessons contain many graphics and several short video links to further student understanding. Slide sorter notes are added to each slide to further explain images and/or to answer student FAQ's on the subject.All PowerPoint lessons; ActivInspire reviews;
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Astronomy Unit IV Lesson II PowerPoint "Earth & Mars"
Second lesson in Unit IV. A comprehensive and up to date lesson on the inner planets Earth and Mars. A comparative planetology exercise using a Venn Diagram is also included. This PowerPoint lesson will most likely take two class periods. Several short videos (links) are included to further stud
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Question Explore: What Methods Measure Ultra Space Deep Distances? Parallax
This Question Exploration asks the Essential Question about cosmic distances: What Methods Do Astronomers Use to Measure Ultra Deep Space Distances? (from radar and parallax, to standard candles and Tully-Fisher Relationship used to measure distances to galaxies)Question Exploration Routine is an in
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Concept Compare Frame: Solar Structure (Interior, Surface, and Atmosphere)
This Framing Routing helps answer the Essential Question: What is the structure of the Sun? (solar interior, solar surface, and solar atmosphere)The Framing Routine is used in conjunction with a graphic organizer called a "Frame" to develop a thorough understanding of information associated with key
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Astronomy Unit X Lesson II PowerPoint "The Universe and Drake's Equation"
(Note: thumbnail generation does not represent the quality of the program/lesson. Please download the free preview if interested - thanks!)PowerPoint lesson II in Unit X. This is the final PowerPoint lesson in astronomy and attempts to answer some very big and basically (sometimes) abstract questio
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Astronomy Lecture Notes: Black Holes
In this lecture, students are given a quick review of the life cycle of stars as well as neutron stars. Then they are introduced to black holes: what they are, what we know about them, and what we are still discovering. Finally, students will learn about some of the weird things that have been hyp
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Concept Compare: Earthquakes (Epicenter/Focus; Tidal Waves/Tsunami; P/S Waves)
This Earthquake Concept Comparison contrasts seismic events at epicenter and focus at fault lines; among wind-driven waves, tides,and tsunami; and between body waves (P-waves and S-waves) and surface waves (L-waves and R-waves). Concept Comparison Routines are used help compare and contrast key conc
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Astronomy Unit V Lesson I PowerPoint "Jupiter"
This PowerPoint program discusses the physical characteristics of the planet Jupiter and it's moons. The lesson also contains numerous graphics and short (optional) video links for further student understanding and a 20-question interactive quiz/review at kahoot.it is also included as a link in th
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