• Space Unit 2 DIYs - MAP ONLY

    8.3.B - Science (Process)
    Use models to represent aspects of the natural world such as an atom, a molecule, space, or a geologic feature. 
    8.3.C - Science (Process)
    Identify advantages and limitations of models such as size, scale, properties, and materials.
    8.3.D - Science (Process)
    Relate the impact of research on scientific thought and society, including the history of science and contributions of scientists as related to the content.
    8.7.A - Science (Readiness)
    Model and illustrate how the tilted Earth rotates on its axis, causing day and night, and revolves around the Sun causing changes in seasons.
    8.7.B - Science (Readiness)
    Demonstrate and predict the sequence of events in the lunar cycle.
    8.7.C - Science (Supporting)
    Relate the position of the Moon and Sun to their effect on ocean tides.
    8.8.A - Science (Readiness)
    Describe components of the universe, including stars, nebulae, and galaxies, and use models such as the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram for classification. 
    8.8.B - Science (Supporting)
    Recognize that the Sun is a medium-sized star near the edge of a disc-shaped galaxy of stars and that the Sun is many thousands of times closer to Earth than any other star. 
    8.8.C - Science (Supporting)
    Explore how different wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum such as light and radio waves are used to gain information about distances and properties of components in the universe. 
    8.8.D - Science (Supporting)
    Model and describe how light years are used to measure distances and sizes in the universe. 
    8.8.E - Science (Standards)Research how scientific data are used as evidence to develop scientific theories to describe the origin of the universe.
     
    8.7 A DIYS
     
    DIY #1
    Earth's Tilt is the Reason for the Seasons
    2.)Read the article about the causes of the season.
    3.) In your Science Notebook write 4 COMPLETE SENTENCES about the reading.
     
    DIY #2
    Seasons Interactive
    2.) Go through each tab at the top of the Simulation (labeled Introduction). Then move on to How To and then the Interactive tab.
    3.) Manipulate the simulation for a few minutes.  
    4.) Once you understand how to make changes to the simulation move on to the Exercises tab. Answer the 5 questions in your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #3
    Vocabulary Notes
    1.) Click on the link:Vocab Notes for 8.7 A
    2.)Copy the notes Cornell style in your Science Notebook. 
     
    DIY #4
    BrainPop - Seasons
    2.) Watch video
    3.) Pick up a Seasons  Quiz from the DIY box #3
    4.) Complete the quiz. Check my answer key.
    5.) Fold in half and glue into your notebook. 
     
    When you're done...
     
    8.7 B DIYS
     
    DIY #5 
    Lunar Cycle Notes 
    1.) Click on the link: Lunar Cycle Notes 
    2.) Copy them into your Science Notebook. Cornell Style.
     
    DIY #6
    Lunar Cycle Diagram
    1.) Click on the link: Lunar Cycle Diagram 
    2.) Copy the Lunar Cycle into your Notebook. Must be colored too.
     
    DIY #7
    Solar and Lunar Eclipse
    1.) Click on the link: Solar and Lunar Eclipse Diagram 
    2.) Copy notes into your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #8
    BrainPop - Moon Phases
    2.) Watch the video for Moon Phases
    3.) Pick up a Moon Phase Quiz from DIY basket #8
    4.) Complete the video and quiz. Check your answers
    5.) Fold in half and glue into your notebook.
     
    DIY #9
    Lunar Phases Interactive
    2.) At the top are tabs. Start with Introduction, then click How to and then the Interactive part.
    3.) After you have viewed the interactive, click on Exercises.
    4.) Answer the questions from the Exercises tab in a complete sentence in your Science Notebook.
    5.) Check your answers. 
     
    Lunar Cycle Lab
    1.) Click on this link: http://astro.unl.edu/naap/lps/lps.html 
    2.) Read ALL 6 pages of background information.
    3.) Read through your student guide. Lunar Cycle Lab- Student Guide
    4.) When you've read all of your material, click on this link to use the simulator: http://astro.unl.edu/naap/lps/animations/lps.html 
    5.) Complete the lab with your group members and answer ALL questions.
    6.) Turn in the student guide packet before you leave. 
     
    8.7 C DIYS
     
    DIY #10
    8.7 C Vocab.
    1.) Click on the link: 8.7 C Tide Vocabulary 
    2.) Complete the notes in your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #11
    Ocean Tides Notes
    1.) Click on the link: Ocean Tide Notes  
    2.) Copy notes into your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #12
    BrainPop -Tides
    2.) Watch the video.
    3.) Pick up a Tides Quiz from the basket labeled DIY #12
    4.) Complete the quiz. Check your answers with my answer key.
     
     
    8.8 ABD DIYs 
     
    DIY #13 
    8.8 A Vocabulary 
    1.) Click on the link: 8.8 A Vocabulary
    2.) Copy the notes into your Science Notebook. 
     
    DIY #14
    8.8 B Vocabulary 
    1.) Click on the link: 8.8 B Vocabulary 
    2.) Copy the notes into your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #15
    8.8 D Vocabulary 
    1.) Click on the link: 8.8 D Vocabulary 
    2.)Copy notes into your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #16
    Life Cycle of a Star Foldable 
    1.) Click on the link: Life Cycle of a Star Foldable
    2.) Copy the notes exactly like mine. Look at my copy by answer keys if you need to. 
     
    DIY #17
    Galaxy Foldable
    1.) Click on the link: Galaxy Foldable
    2.) Pick up a copy of the foldable and copy the notes.
    3.) Pick up a copy of the pictures you must match to the correct galaxy column. 
    4.)Before you glue down, check my answer key.
     
    DIY #18
    Origins of the Universe
    1.) Click on the link: Origins of the Universe Foldable
    2.) Copy my foldable, fold and glue into your Science Notebook. 
     
    DIY #19
    HR Diagram
    1.) Click on the link: HR Diagram Notes
    2.) Copy the HR Diagram into your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #20
    Group HR Diagram
    1.) Together in groups we will complete the HR Diagram graph. This will be an all class assignment.
     
    DIY #21
    How big is the largest star?
    2.) Watch the video "Largest Known Star"
    3.) Write 3 COMPLETE sentences about what you've learned. Must me something you didn't know before. 
     
    DIY #22
    What is a Star?
    1.) Click on the link: What is a Star?
    2.) Copy the notes What is a Star? into your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #23
    How do we measure distances in Space?
    1.) This will be an all class assignment. We will take notes and discuss how distances in Space are measured.
     
     
    8.8 CE DIYS
     
    DIY #24
    Electromagnetic Spectrum Diagram
    1.) Click on the link: Electromagnetic Spectrum Diagram
    2.) Copy the diagram into your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #25
    Electromagnetic Spectrum Notes
    1.) Click on the link: Electromagnetic Spectrum Vocab
    2.) Copy the notes about the Electromagnetic Spectrum.
     
    DIY #26 
    Electromagnetic Spectrum Reading & Summary
    2.) Read the article.
    3.) Write a 5 sentence summary (complete sentences) about what you've learned. 
     
    DIY #27
    BrainPop- Electromagnetic Spectrum 
    2.) Watch the video.
    3.) Pick up the Electromagnetic Spectrum Quiz.
    4.) Complete the quiz, check with my answer key, make corrections, and glue into your notebook. 
     
    DIY #28
    Origins of the Universe Vocabulary
    1.) Click on the link: Origins of the Universe Vocabulary
    2.) Copy the notes into your Science Notebook.
     
    DIY #29
    BrainPop- The Big Bang
    2.) Watch the video.
    3.) Pick up the Electromagnetic Spectrum Quiz.
    4.) Complete the quiz, check with my answer key, make corrections, and glue into your notebook. 
     
    DIY #30
    2.) Read the article.
    3.) Complete a 5 sentence summary about the article in your Science Notebook. Must be complete sentences. 
     
    Spectroscope Lab
    1.) Click on the link: Spectrocope Lab  
    2.) Pick up your copy of the instructions from me.
    3.) Read and follow all lab instructions.
    4.) Create a pocket in your Science Notebook. Label it Spectroscope Lab. Fold and put inside.