Third Unit in Astronomy B (second semester). Three inclusive PowerPoint lessons that include slide sorter notes and short video links to further understanding of the subjects and for student FAQ's. A kahoot.it 20-question review quiz is added in the last slide of each PowerPoint program. Three interactive review programs with printable color PDF worksheets; student guidelines/notes and activities that go with Unit VIII "Stellar Evolution." Student Project "ABC Of Stars." Two student guided textbook activities in Word. Syllabus/activators; suggested textbook assignments and an assessment folder - quizzes and tests (multiple choice) with answer keys (in Word and PDF).
*A new video worksheet folder has also been added which provides the video link to youtube in the title if the DVD or video tape is not available. Worksheets include the Universe's "Pulsars and Quasars" and "How the Universe Works: Black Holes - both can be used when studying the topics in this unit.
Terms in this unit include:
main sequence, low-mass stars, high-mass stars, stellar evolution, fusion, core-hydrogen burning, hydrostatic equilibrium, hydrogen-shell burning, red giant, red supergiant, helium flash, planetary nebulae, white dwarf, crystallized carbon sphere, blue stragglers, globular cluster, Crab Nebula, stellar evolution, high-mass stars, low-mass stars, carbon fusing, iron core, supernova, nebulae, Betelgeuse, main sequence turnoff, star clusters, binary stars, Roche lobe, contact binary stars, visual binary stars, Mizar, Alcor, Big Dipper, Ursa Major, nova, supernova, white dwarf, electron degeneracy pressure, blue supergiant, red giant, accretion disk, type I supernova, type II supernova, neutron star, pulsar, black hole, event horizon, Schwarzchild radius, singularity, Cygnus X-1, Supermassive black holes, Northern cross, gravity waves
Complete Astronomy Unit VIII "Stellar Evolution"
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