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Gravity

Student Application

Take a closer look at the Moon and find out what makes Earth's nearest neighbor so unique.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand the moons relationship to Earth.
  2. Students will describe the composition of the moon.
  3. Students will understand the effects of gravity on the moon.
  4. Students will detail the phases of the moon.


Supporting Activities

  1. Before viewing the video

    Lead a short discussion with the following questions. (You might want to record the responses so you can check for accuracy afterward.) Which is larger the sun or the moon or Earth? Does the moon have water on it? Or air? Or plants? Or animals? Ask the class to tell you what shape to expect to see in the sk...

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Gravity

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Illustration of gravity pushing down toward center of Earth.

Student Application

Take a journey to discover how physical weathering, chemical weathering, and erosion occur on the surface of the land.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will know that landforms are the shape of the land on the surface of the earth. Mountains, hills, plateaus, basins, and valleys are examples of landforms.
  2. Students will realize that landforms are constantly changing. Some of these changes occur because of actions below the surface of the earth. For example, magma can er...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Give each student a piece of white paper (larger than 8 1/2 X 11) and some coloring utensils. Ask the students to fold the paper in half (not lengthwise if the paper is not square). Ask each student to choose an example from the video of weathering, erosion, and/or deposition. Then have him draw a picture on one side of the paper showing what the l...

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Gravity

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Arrows indicating that gravity pulls everything toward the center of earth.

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Take a closer look at the Moon and find out what makes Earth's nearest neighbor so unique.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand the moons relationship to Earth.
  2. Students will describe the composition of the moon.
  3. Students will understand the effects of gravity on the moon.
  4. Students will detail the phases of the moon.


Supporting Activities

  1. Before viewing the video

    Lead a short discussion with the following questions. (You might want to record the responses so you can check for accuracy afterward.) Which is larger the sun or the moon or Earth? Does the moon have water on it? Or air? Or plants? Or animals? Ask the class to tell you what shape to expect to see in the sk...

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Gravity

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Rate Gravity

Asset: Gravity

Student Application

Take a journey to discover how physical weathering, chemical weathering, and erosion occur on the surface of the land.


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will know that landforms are the shape of the land on the surface of the earth. Mountains, hills, plateaus, basins, and valleys are examples of landforms.
  2. Students will realize that landforms are constantly changing. Some of these changes occur because of actions below the surface of the earth. For example, magma can er...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Give each student a piece of white paper (larger than 8 1/2 X 11) and some coloring utensils. Ask the students to fold the paper in half (not lengthwise if the paper is not square). Ask each student to choose an example from the video of weathering, erosion, and/or deposition. Then have him draw a picture on one side of the paper showing what the l...

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