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Science: Physical Processes. Earth and Space Science. Course Overview From the soil and rocks beneath our feet to our connection to the Moon and Sun, the story of Earth is a fascinating one — and most of what is known about the Earth has been gathered through observation and interpretation.
Children are careful observers of their surroundings, and try to make sense of their world from a very early age. As teachers, it is important to encourage students’ curiosity, help them sharpen their skills of observation and interpretation, foster their development of science knowledge, and share with them the excitement of exploring Earth and the solar system. The challenge is to ensure that their understandings are scientifically accurate. To do this, teachers need to be comfortable with the science content they teach, and to have their own sound understandings of core science concepts. Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science also highlights the ideas that children bring to the classroom about these topics. Session Descriptions. Teacher-Developed Lesson Plans. © 1995,1996The Regents of the University of California This site has been rated by the Doing Astrophysics Research with an Artificial Earth Orbiting Satellite, Sine Waves, The Electromagnetic Spectrum, Images of the Universe in Different Wavelengths, Satellite Communications, Satellite Dishes, Constellations and the Zodiac, Solar System Objects, Earthquakes, and More!
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Particles suspended in our atmosphere (aerosols) can absorb more sunlight or they can reflect the Sun's energy back into space. In this activity, you will measure the effect of excess carbon dioxide on the temperature of gas inside of soda bottles and see what the effects of aerosols are on the heating of the gas. Materials: Two or more 2-liter clear soda bottles with the label removed.
Identical thermometers for each soda bottle Opaque tape Source of carbon dioxide (CO2) Spray paint or spray glitter Modeling clay For your source of carbon dioxide, you may use one of the following methods: Dry CO2 source - Seltzer bottle charges - fill a dry seltzer bottle with one charge of carbon dioxide. Method: