Description

3.8 (A)
observe, measure, record,
and compare day
-
to
-
day weather
changes in different locations at the
same time that include air
temperature, wind direction, and
precipitation;
3.8 (B)
describe and illustrate the
Sun as a star composed of gases that
provides light and heat energy for
the water cycle;
3.8 (C)
construct models that
demonstrate the relationship of the
Sun, Earth, and
Moon, including
orbits and positions; and
3.8 (D)
identify the planets in
Earth's solar system and their
position in relation to the Sun
.
(SUPPORTING)

Key Questions

How does your knowledge of the solar system contribute to your career on a daily basis?

What got you interested in it?

What is the most interesting part of your career or job?

 

Expected Outcomes

I want my students to have a chance to hear from an expert on something to do with our solar system.

Documents

Curriculum Alignment

Session Date

 02/10/2017 11:00 AM   Eastern Time

Duration

 00:45

Requester

Daniel Beauford TARVER-RENDON EL

Presenter

Randal Mandock Tucker Outdoor Fitness and Treks
Classes
3rd grade all subjects  
Grades
Grade K To 5  
Career Clusters
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources   Education & Training   Government & Public Administration   Health Science   Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics  
No. of Students
20
Topic
Space
Sub Topic
Planets  
Industry
Defense and Space  
Skills/Specialties
Not Available