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• NCES.EEn.1.1.2 - Explain how the Earth's rotation and revolution about the Sun affect i...
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Students will use a model of the solar system to demonstrate rotation, revolution, kepler’s laws, Newton's laws, precession, nutation, seasons or tides.

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Earth Science
Science
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Activity/Lab
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William Allred
Carrie Robledo
05/19/2021
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In this activity students download sunrise and sunset data along with moon phase data and graph these data sets together in a spreadsheet in order to visualize the cycles of the seasons and the moon.

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Earth Science
Science
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Activity/Lab
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Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College
Author:
John McDaris
02/26/2019
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Students will use cospace app to first show Newton’s laws and then to develop their own virtual solar system that expresses all of earth’s motions.

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Earth Science
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Lesson Plan
Author:
Lee Ann Holmes
10/29/2019
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Students investigate the effects of distance and angle on the input of solar radiation at the Earth's surface, the role played by albedo, and the heat capacity of land and water.

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National Association of Geoscience Teachers
Author:
Roy Plotnick
06/24/2019
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This resource supports English language development for English language learners. This resource provides background and additional resources about tides and what causes them.

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Earth Science
English as a Second Language
Science
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Lesson
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National Geographic
Author:
National Geographic
02/26/2019
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In this activity, students will investigate how the tilt of Earth's axis determines the cycle of seasons.

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Earth Science
Science
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Activity/Lab
Provider:
Science Buddies
Author:
David B. Whyte, PhD
02/26/2019
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The NAAP Motions of the Sun Lab reviews some of the material from the Basic Coordinates and Seasons Lab and The Rotating Sky Lab and adds information to put all the pieces together for a more complete description of the motions of the sun. Computation of meridional altitude and stellar visibility are also introduced.

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Earth Science
Science
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Interactive
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Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
02/26/2019
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This simulation explores the sun/Earth connection. It allows variables to be manipulated such as time of year, latitude, angle, annalema, and declination, in teaching seasons.

Subject:
Earth Science
Science
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Interactive
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Astronomy Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Author:
Dr. Kevin Lee
02/26/2019
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Earth Science
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Homework/Assignment
Author:
ERIN WOLFHOPE
03/22/2020
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Students explain the apparent motion of the sun through the sky on an average day and how this relates to seasonal differences in length of daylight.

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Earth Science
Science
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Activity/Lab
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New York Science Teacher
Author:
Joseph Henderson and Rush Henrietta
02/26/2019
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This video explains the Sun's analemma - the "figure 8" pattern that would result if we could take a picture of the sky at the same time every day for an entire year.

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Earth Science
Science
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Lesson
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TED
Author:
Gordon Williamson
02/26/2019
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In this Science Update, learn how the earth got tilted on its axis. Audio and transcript versions are available. Supplemental resources, including a background essay and discussion questions, are also provided.

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Earth Science
Science
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Lesson
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American Association for the Advancement of Science
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02/26/2019
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This activity allows students to explore tides and practice answering questions about them.

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NOAA
06/24/2019
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This encyclopedia entry is for the term "tide." The regular rise and fall of the ocean?s waters are known as tides. Along coasts, the water slowly rises up over the shore and then slowly falls back again. Text for this entry is appropriate for the middle and high school grade levels.

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Biology
English Language Arts
Life Science