Effects of The Sun's Apparent Motion

Effects of The Sun's Apparent Motion
Effects of The Sun's Apparent Motion
Effects of The Sun's Apparent Motion
Effects of The Sun's Apparent Motion
Effects of The Sun's Apparent Motion
Effects of The Sun's Apparent Motion
Effects of The Sun's Apparent Motion
Effects of The Sun's Apparent Motion
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(2 MB|9 pages)
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With this product students will:

- understand why we say the Sun appears to rise in the east and set in the west.

-understand why we have different lengths of daytime throughout the year.

-calculate a speed at which the Earth rotates. (thus, The Sun appears to move).

- draw the Earth in relation to the Sun for Summer and Winter solstices.

-show a fuller understanding of the Earth's rotation and the effect it has on the progression of daytime vs night time.

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9 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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