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7th Grade Earth Science

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Multimedia Foss Planetary Science Website User Name: wtbscience Password: bloomingdale
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Week 31

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Homework

4/6

Phases of the Moon-2 TSWBAT

1. Complete a Moon phases sheet as seen from the Earth to show how the light is reflected and how it is seen on Earth

2. Complete a Moon phases flip book to put the phases in order from New Moon to Full Moon

3. Go over: Earth's Moon/ Other Objects in the Solar System

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.9

 

 22 Looking at the Moon from the Earth/Earth Moon Model

 

Prepare for a test : Moon features, phases of the moon, Craters, Asteroids, Meteoroids, Comets, Theories about crater formation, constellations, Star Lab information, Origin of the Moon, solar, lunar eclipses Binder p. 47-51, notes, and labs

4/7

Planetary Science Mid Sum 2 Review TSWBAT

1. Play a review game to prepare for the upcoming test

2. Review Moon features, phases of the moon, Craters, Asteroids, Meteoroids, Comets, Theories about crater formation, constellations, Star Lab information, Origin of the Moon, eclipses to prepare for the test

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.9

 

 

4/8

Planetary Science Mid Sum Exam-2 TSWBAT

1. Demonstrate knowledge of Constellations and the information from the Star Lab

2. Demonstrate knowledge of Craters, Asteroids, Meteoroids, Comets, Theories about crater formation. Origin of the Moon, Phases of the Moon using Quizstar Online Quiz

3. Explore: Foss Planetary Science Website
User Name: wtbscience
Password: bloomingdale

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.9

 

 

 

 

4/9

Measuring & Scaling  Craters-1 TSWBAT

1. Draw,  locate and label important maria and craters on the moon to scale

2. Measure the craters and maria drawn, then after determining the correct scale- find the diameter of the important sites of impact

3.  Measure the Shadow Length of the flagpole

NJCCCS 5.1  & 5.2

23. Scaling Moon Features/Major Surface Features Science Current Event due April 23rd

4/10

School Closed- Spring Break!!!!

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