An brief introduction to so of the Earth's dynamic geophysical processes.

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This lesson is meant as an introduction to ideas of how stars and their planets are formed. It utilizes visual, kinesthetic and audio modes of interaction in small group or partner settings.
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Animated and narrated video of a nebula forming into a sun and the subsequent accretion of planets.
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Lesson 2: Innies and Outies

by Kimberly Handle

This lesson explores the basics of the materials that make up our inner and outer planets. Students use hands-on activities to delve into these concepts while addressing some skills in mathematics.
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Investigations into the Size and Distances of the Planets. Student participate in hands-on activities to create their own scale model of the planets.
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Data for the scale size and distance of the planets as per Lesson 4.
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In this lesson students explore the Milankovich Cycles and their affects on Earth's climate through thier changes.
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Lesson 5: Earth as an Egg

by Kimberly Handle

Students are introduced to the layers of the Earth, their general composition and plate tectonics.
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Lesson 6: Shifting Sheets

by Kimberly Handle

Student will investigate ideas of plate tectonics and the theory of continental drift with hands-on activities.
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Unit 1: Exam

by Kimberly Handle

Students are given a choice of 7 short essays in which they need to answer three.
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