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  • time icon Est. Time: 60-90 min30-45 min
  • language icon Language: English
  • phone icon Mobile/Tablet: No

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Topics Covered

  • Small Worlds
  • Asteroids

Lesson Description

In this special edition of Where are the small worlds? observe the speed of small worlds to determine their location in the solar system. Then launch a probe to search these small worlds. Discover which worlds have been explored by women in STEM careers, find the hidden caches on these worlds and collect the astrocoins inside. Can you find them all?

Central Question: Which small worlds have been explored by women in STEM careers?

Instructional Objective: Use a model to make observations, analyze, and interpret empirical evidence to identify patterns in the phenomena of solar system arrangement.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learning Outcome #1: Use a model (Sun-based view and Bird’s eye view) to observe the motion and relative speed of an object to predict its location in the solar system.

  • Learning Outcome #2: Explain the relationship of relative speed (pattern in the rate of change) vs distance of the object in the solar system.

  • Learning Outcome #3: Identify and evaluate limitations of the solar system model.

  • Learning Outcome #4: Develop a hypothesis to explain the origin of small world zones.

Prerequisites

  • Solar system arrangement

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Topics Covered

  • Small Worlds
  • Asteroids

Lesson Description

In this special edition of Where are the small worlds? observe the speed of small worlds to determine their location in the solar system. Then launch a probe to search these small worlds. Discover which worlds have been explored by women in STEM careers, find the hidden caches on these worlds and collect the astrocoins inside. Can you find them all?

Central Question: Which small worlds have been explored by women in STEM careers?

Instructional Objective: Use a model to make observations, analyze, and interpret empirical evidence to identify patterns in the phenomena of solar system arrangement.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learning Outcome #1: Use a model (Sun-based view and Bird’s eye view) to observe the motion and relative speed of an object to predict its location in the solar system.

  • Learning Outcome #2: Explain the relationship of relative speed (pattern in the rate of change) vs distance of the object in the solar system.

  • Learning Outcome #3: Identify and evaluate limitations of the solar system model.

  • Learning Outcome #4: Develop a hypothesis to explain the origin of small world zones.

Prerequisites

  • Solar system arrangement

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Previous Versions

Version 0

Released April 2019 | Release Notes


  • First note
  • time icon Est. Time: 60-90 min30-45 min
  • language icon Language: English
  • phone icon Mobile/Tablet: No

Lesson Resources

Alignment Documents

Lesson Version

Browser Support

Chrome Browser Icon

Chrome
69+

Firefox Browser Icon

Firefox
63+

Safari Browser Icon

Safari
10+