• Welcome to Quarter 2!!!

    This is an important quarter because it is the grade at the end of this quarter that will count towards your graduation.  You MUST pass this class with at least D in order to earn credit towards graduation. 

    Here is what to expect wih this quarter. 

    We are going to start this quarter with the beginning of everything that we know today.  That event was the Big Bang otherwise known as the Big Bang Theory.  In the beginning there was this matter called a primeval atom that was infinitely dense.  This Primeval atom exploded with so much energy that matter was formed from that energy.  All the matter in the universe came to be from this explosion.  We will look at a timeline of events in the moments and years after the big bang.  We will look at quarks or parts of the subatomic particles that makes up atoms and the beginnings of the first atoms.  We will look at nuclear fusion and the formation of larger elements through the combining of two nucleus from two atoms.  We will talk about evidence of the Big Bang which will include the presence of Cosmic Microwave Background which is the echo of the big bang.  We will look at stars.  You will learn about the red shifts and blue shifts which is a look at stars through the direction they are moving Stars that are moving away from us appear as a red shift where stars that appear to be moving towards us appear blue and yes this is based off of the color spectrum we know today.   We will look at the composition of stars and how this is the location of nuclear fusion.  We will look at HR diagrams which take into consideration the mass of a star, the luminosity of the star and the distance that star is from earth.  We will look at the absolute brightness which is if we put all the stars equal distance from earth and compared the brightness.  We will look at apparent brightness which is how bright the stars appear in their location in the cosmos.  We will look at what a Nebula or star nursery is and how they form stars and planets. We will look at the colors of stars and you will learn about the colors of the stars and what that means for the temperature of the stars.  You will learn about the lifecycle of a star and how stars of different sizes become different thing such as a white dwarf, neutron star, black dwarf or a black hole.  We will look at the formations of solar systems and eventually we will get to our own. 

    If time allows we will look at dark matter, comets, space rocks and the composition of the planets in our solar system 

    10-15-2019

    Learning Goal I will know about theories and how they relate to the formation of the universe

    Objective Students will learn the 13 most important contributions to the understanding of the big bang and everything that came out of it.  The 13 concepts will be looked at in detail through the rest of the quarter as we learn about astronomy and the formation of the universe

    In Class Students will watch the video Greatest Discoveries in Astronomy wit Bill Nye.  Students will fill in the worksheet with 23 blanks that follows the video.  This will be the first assignment collected this semester. 

    Homework Complete the video notes and turn them in.  If you did not get all the answers watch the video again to get them. 

     

    10-16/17-2019

    Learning Goal I will know about theories and how they relate to the formation of the universe

    Warm Up  Write down two things from the video on Tuesday that stood out to you.  Find someone with the same birth month as you and Share your two ideas with them.  Write them down on your sheet along with yours.  You may be sharing it with the class

    Objective Students will be exposed to several theories about the universe.  These 10 theories will be viewed and shared with the group/class. Theories are supported ideas that are believed to be true.  We will look at why the Big Bang is the theory we use today rather than any of the others.  No I am not here to change your thoughts and beliefs on religion and what happened in the beginning and how things came to be.  This theory is the one backed by science and is the only theory recognized by the state of Arizona. 

    In Class Students will be exposed to 10 different theories and have a fill in the blank assignment that follows each of the theories. Students will complete the Theory Challenge Activity in class

    Homework Finish the worksheet on theories and turn it in. 

     

    10-18-2019

    Learning Goal I will know about theories and how they relate to the formation of the universe

    Objective Students will gain a more broad perstective on the theories srounding the Big Bang and get an experts take on it from several different viewpoints

    In Class We will read an article and have a class discussion.  The article is titles are religion and science always at odds?

    Links  Dopler Effect

             Dopler Effect Bozeman Science

             Hubble's Law Like the Big Bang Balloon Lab

             Cosmic Microwave Background radiation Echo of the Big Bang

    Homework None

     

    10-21-2019

    Learning Goal I will be able to describe the Big Bang Theory

    Objective Students will begin to learn about the events of the Big Bang.  Students will be able to describe and understand the events that happened after the big Bang

    In Class Students will watch the video Birth of the Universe and fill in the Worksheet that follows the video due at the end of the class. 

    Homework You will need to copy the following PowerPoint into your notes by Wednesday/Thursday 10/23-24/19 Big Bang PowerPoint

     

    10-22-2019

    Learning Goal I will be able to describe the Big Bang Theory

    Objective Students will begin to grasp the concept of size and objects in the universe. 

    In Class How Big? How Far.  The 2 inch universe.  Big Bang PowerPoint

    Homework Study for the quiz on Friday

     

    10-23/24-2019

     

     ***Looking at a Big Bang Quiz***

    ***Next Friday 11/1/2019***

    10-23/24-2019

    Learning Goal I will be able to describe the Big Bang Theory

    Objective Students will begin to see the basics of the Big bang theory and see how the universe is expanding and how all matter/stars and galaxies are moving in an outward direction from the origin of the big Bang. 

    In Class We will do a short in class worksheet lesson on Red Shift and Blue Shift which is explained with the Doppler effect.  This will help to explain the direction the stars and galaxies are moving.  If there is a red shift, it moving away and if there is a blue shift it is moving towards us.  Students will begin the Tick Tack Toe activity where they need to pick 3 of the 9 possible activities on the Big Bang and complete the activities.  These activities will vary in length and difficulty.  There will be something for everyone in this activity For this activity you may use your phones or tablets to help in research. Your name will NEED to be on all 3 pieces/tasks/assignments as well as the type of activity you chose.   This assignment will be due on Tuesday 10/29

    Homework Continue to work on your Tick Tack Toe sheet.  Last PowerPoint for Big Bang.  Review and take notes on the PowerPoint on Big Bang and the Scientists that contributed to some of the discoveries.   Review the PowerPoint on The Expanding universe With this PP do not view it as a slide you will miss the notes that go with the PowerPoint which will be at the bottom of the screen when you first open up the PowerPoint

     

    10-25-2019

    Learning Goal I will be able to describe the Big Bang Theory

    Objective Students will begin to see the basics of the Big bang theory and see how the universe is expanding and how all matter/stars and galaxies are moving in an outward direction from the origin of the big Bang. 

    In Class Students will begin the Tick Tack Toe activity where they need to pick 3 of the 9 possible activities on the Big Bang and complete the activities.  These activities will vary in length and difficulty.  There will be something for everyone in this activity for this activity you may use your phones or tablets to help in research. Your name will NEED to be on all 3 pieces/tasks/assignments as well as the type of activity you chose.   This assignment will be due on Tuesday 10/29

    Homework Continue to work on your Tick Tack Toe sheet. 

     

    ***Big Bang Quiz***

    ***Friday 11/1/2019***

     

     

     

    10-28-2019

     

    Learning Goal I will be able to describe the Big Bang Theory

    Objective Students will begin to see the basics of the Big bang theory and see how the universe is expanding and how all matter/stars and galaxies are moving in an outward direction from the origin of the big Bang. 

    In Class Students will begin the Tick Tack Toe activity where they need to pick 3 of the 9 possible activities on the Big Bang and complete the activities.  These activities will vary in length and difficulty.  There will be something for everyone in this activity for this activity you may use your phones or tablets to help in research. Your name will NEED to be on all 3 pieces/tasks/assignments as well as the type of activity you chose.   This assignment will be due on Tuesday 10/29

    HomeworkFinish the three Big Bang Tic-Tac-Toe activities you have chosen.

    Learning Goal I will be able to describe the Big Bang Theory

    Warm Up What is the most interesting thing you have learned about the big bang so far?

    Objective Students will begin to see the basics of the Big bang theory and see how the universe is expanding and how all matter/stars and galaxies are moving in an outward direction from the origin of the big Bang. 

    In Class Students will have an opportunity to finish the tick Tack Toe activity in class.  If students do not finish they will need to finish it at home as homework. 

    Homework Worksheet packet Expanding Universe.  (There were two separate documents that were combined to form one packet.  First part and Second part) Due 10/29/19 Study for the exam on Friday

     

    10-28-2019

    Learning Goal I will be able to describe the Big Bang Theory

    Objective Students will begin to see the basics of the Big bang theory and see how the universe is expanding and how all matter/stars and galaxies are moving in an outward direction from the origin of the big Bang. 

    In Class Students will participate in the first of 2 Big Bang Balloon labs.  This first one will show how distance between galaxies are moving away from each other. Students will complete the second of the Big Bang Balloon Labs.  With this lab there will be bits of confetti in the balloon and will be measured when the balloon pops This Lab will show how the universe expanses in all directions. 

    Homework Complete the labs if you haven’t finished in in class 

     

     

    Overview of stars and the star unit

     

    Students will get a glimpse of the formation of stars, nuclear fusion and how this relates to the chemistry section from Quarter 1.  Students will see how Hydrogen and Helium are in the beginning the first elements there are after the big bang and how nuclear fusion combined to form the smaller elements from element number 1 through 26 can be made through nuclear fusion of stars and how the heaviest elements are formed in nuclear fusion when stars explode in super nova.  Students will Be exposed to the concept of a nebula and how a nebula is a star nursery and that the stars and solar systems are formed in a theory called the nebular hypothesis.  These nebulae are clouds of dust and gas that are left over from exploding stars and everything we know has come from them beginning with our sun and the formation of planets.  We will be looking at the lifecycle of stars where stars are basically classifies by size and act differently when they either burn out or explode.  We will be looking at black holes and how they are formed and what they do.  We will be looking at HR diagrams which take 3 aspects of stars and put them into a chart that takes temperature, luminosity spectral class and magnitude and crams them into one chart.  We will also look at absolute brightness where if all the stars were placed the same distance from Earth we would be able to see the difference in luminosity or brightness and apparent brightness where we look at the luminosity or brightness as to where the stars are right now and the brightness we see from earth. 

     

    10-30/31-2019

    Learning Goal  I will be able to describe the Big Bang Theory

    Objective Students will gain a better understanding of the Dopler effect along with red and blue shifts.  Students will be able to explain the differences. 

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    Learning Goal I will be able to explain what stars are and what they do.

    Objective Students will start the unit on stars by looking at what a star really is and how it is formed.  Stars begin in a phenomenon called a nebula which is also known as a star nursery.  These star nurseries are swirling masses of gas and dust hat were swirling and coming together.  These masses of gasses which pulled stuff to the center began to get hot and burn brightly which became stars.  The left over dust and gas became the planets that surround the stars.  These young stars arte unstable and this is where Hydrogen and Helium are fusing together to form larger elements.  Students will see that in stars the largest elements formed in the nuclear fusion is Iron number 26 in the largest of stars and in our star the sun the largest element that can form is Oxygen.  Students will learn that in the largest stars when they explode in a super nova create the heavier elements but there is NOT enough energy in a star to create anything larger or heavier than Iron until a Super Nova. 

    In Class We will look at the differences between nuclear fusion and Nuclear fission.  Students will need to gain an understanding that these two are opposites and that nuclear fusion happens in stars were nuclei combine to form larger elements. Marshmallow and Macaroni activity  Students will also learn that the largest of the stars basically have layers like an onion.  These layers are basically there because of the intense heat and pressure that cause or allow for nuclear fusion to happen The outermost layer will be the fusion of Hydrogen and the inner most layers are fusions of Iron which requires much greater heat(energy) and pressure. 

    Links Nuclear Fusion 

    Homework Study for the test on Friday

     

    10-30/31-2019 and 11-1-2019

    Learning Goal  I will be able to explain what stars are and what they do.

    Objective Students will gain a better understanding of stars and their composition and relative size.  Students will be able to understand that our sun is really not that large at all and that there are many stars larger than ours. 

    In Class Students will begin today with a discussion about what a star is and how big they are.  We will discuss from past lessons what fusion is and how our sun was small or otherwise known as a medium sized star and how there was only enough heat and pressure to form Carbon and possibly Oxygen during Nuclear fusion.  Students will view a PowerPoint on stars Students will put into their notebooks a diagram of the lifecycle of a star.  Students will see how stars of different masses have two very different endings The remainder of the class will be to create a comic strip based off of the lifecycle of a star.  This comic should be at least 6 frames long and start with a nebula and the ending should reflect the size of the star you begin with.  If you do not have enough time to complete your comic you may finish it after the quiz on Friday 11/1/2019

    Homework Work on comic due 11-4-19 and study for the quiz tomorrow

     

    11-1-2019

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    Objective Students will take a quiz on the Big Bang and the events of the Big Bang that lead us to the formation of stars

    In Class Quiz over the Big Bang

    Homework None, Have a good weekend

     Welcome to the wonderful world of stars, Billions and Billions of them each buting with it's own desire to create larger elements through nuclear fusion. Each star is classified generally by size and color which represents color.  In this section we will look at the colors, size, distance and brightness of stars.   

    11-4-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to describe what a star is. 

    Objective Students will see what a star is and what it does.  Students will see that a star is NOT just a distant light in space, that it is much more than that.  Students will see that stars come in many different sizes and colors and the colors represent temperatures of the stars. 

    In Class Students will view the video Secrets of the Sun NOVA to begin to grasp what a star is and what happens in a star.  We will use our sun as a model for stars in our galaxy.   Students will complete a video sheet on video which will be turned in for credit. 

    Homework Students will take notes on the PowerPoint about starsThis PowerPoint is very basic and will give a beginning of our understanding uf stars

     

    11-5-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to describe what a star is.

    Objective Students will look at a star in a whole new light so to speak.  Students will look at the color of the stars and learn about what each color says about the temperature of the star.  Students will look at different sizes of the stars and they will see how color and size really do correspond to each other. 

    In Class Finish Video from Monday.  In class we will go over the PowerPoint about stars  that was left on the web site as homework.  We will also go over a basic understanding of stars in which each concept we will dig deeper into.   Students will look at the different aspects of stars and how those aspects give the stars characteristics it has. Students will look at the differences in the stars and be able to know why there are different colors, different sizes and different intensities of luminosity for all stars. 

    Homework None at this time

     

    11-6/7-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to describe what a star is. 

    Objective Students will look deeper into the luminosity of a star ad a color/temperature of a star and make connections between them.  Students will notice that there is a relationship between the two and that

    In Class In class we will be going over the HR Diagrams and what they mean.  We may also view this slide show on the stars instead.  Both are good.  Please feel free to go over the one we do not go over in class.  Yes both are long. 

    Homework HR diagram sheetdue Friday 11/8

     

    11-8-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to describe what a star is. 

    Objective Students will be able to better explain absolute and apparent brightness.  These are half of the concepts that make up the HR diagram.  We will look deeper into these and take notes

    In Class Notes on star brightness

    Homework none

     

    11-11-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to explain the processes that happen through stars. 

    Objective Students will begin to grasp what stars actually do other than just twinkle in the sky at night.  Studnts will be able to explain Nuclear fusion, temperatures , energy and the relationship between all of these.  Students will be able to tell what stars are actually made of and how they make larger elements. 

    In Class Students will learn about the composition of stars.  Studentrs will be able to explain the smallest elements that make the stars (Hydrogen) and the largest elements made in the largest stars (Iron)

    Homework 

     Lifecycle of a star quiz on Friday 11/15

    11-12-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to explain what a star is and how they formed

    Objective Students will be able to explain what happened after the big bang in terms of stars and planets.  Students will understand that there are different sixe stars and each of these stars has unique peoperties from temperature and color to size and brightness.  Students will be able to explain what is being said or persened on an HR diagram and be able to state the difference between absolute and appearant brightness.  Students will understand what when scientists refer to stars thay generally reffer to the absolute brightness.  Students will know what a nebula (star nursery) is and what comes out of them.  Students will know that the largest elements generated through nuclear fusion in a star is Iron and thhat the largest elements come out of supernovas.  Students will know the lifecycle of a star.  This lifecycle has 2 paths depending onthe size of the star so they will be responsible for both large stars and medium/small stars.  this will be gone over daily this week for the Friday quiz on 11/12

    In Class Students will begin the video beyond the Big Bang (due to lighting issues intrhe classroom lights will stay off.)  Students will work on and complere the video guide and notes to be turned in upon completion of the video on Block day this week. 

    Homework Study for the quiz on Friday

     

    11-13/14-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to explain what a star is and how they formed

    Objective Students will see that stars are everywhere and that they all use the process of nuclear fusion to create energy in the forms of light and heat.  Students will be able to see that almost all stars have some kind of orbiting bodies or planets around them held in place much like the planets of our solar system. Sceintists are continuing to see gurther into our universe due to

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    11-15-2019

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    11-18-2019

    Learning Goal  I am able to explain nuclear fusion and nuclear fission

    Objective Students will gain the general concepts of nuclear fusion and nuclear fission.  Students will see how all elements that exist began with the concept of nuclear fusion and that this can only happen in the stars.  They will learn that nuclear fusion needs high heat and high pressure in order to happen.  Students will learn that the larger stars are able to form larger elements through fusion than smaller stars.  Students will learn that Hydrogen isotopes are the main reason for fusion and that fusion is difficult to achieve because like magnets with like poles, the nuclei of the atoms repel each other due to the similar charges. 

    In Class We will be looking at similarities and differences between nuclear fusion and nuclear fission.  Students will fill out a Vinn Diagram with nuclear fusion and nuclear fission beiung the left and right circles.   Students will work individually or as a partners to fill in the chart(15-20 minutes) once the students complete the chart students will be called up[on to fill inthe large Vinn diagram on the board.  students will copy down the concepts they do not have on their own Vinn Diagram to have a complete list.  Teacher will mark the most important concepts for testing

    Homework Study for the test Friday 11/22/19

     

    11-19-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to explain nuclear fusion and nuclear fission

    Objective Students will gain the general concepts of nuclear fusion and nuclear fission.  Students will see how all elements that exist began with the concept of nuclear fusion and that this can only happen in the stars.  They will learn that nuclear fusion needs high heat and high pressure in order to happen.  Students will learn that the larger stars are able to form larger elements through fusion than smaller stars.  Students will learn that Hydrogen isotopes are the main reason for fusion and that fusion is difficult to achieve because like magnets with like poles, the nuclei of the atoms repel each other due to the similar charges.  

    In Class Students will participate in the marshmallo and macironi activity showing nuclear fusion and the alpha particles/nutrinos/energy given off.  Students will gain an understanding that the macironni represents a neutron given off which shows itself in the form of heat and light.  After this activity students will meet with their lab groups.  In their lab groups, students will be asked to diagram an HR diagram with its correct labels and 4 main types of stars, lifecycles for both large and medium/small stars both befinnng with a nebula and ending they way that they each do.  Students will also write put on the whiteboards three of the concepts they can remember from nuclear fusion, nuclear fission and 1 that represent both nuclear fusion and nuclear fission. 

    Homework Study for the test on Friday 11/22/2019

     

    11-20/21-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to explain nuclear fusion and nuclear fission

    Objective Students will gain the general concepts of nuclear fusion and nuclear fission.  Students will see how all elements that exist began with the concept of nuclear fusion and that this can only happen in the stars.  They will learn that nuclear fusion needs high heat and high pressure in order to happen.  Students will learn that the larger stars are able to form larger elements through fusion than smaller stars.  Students will learn that Hydrogen isotopes are the main reason for fusion and that fusion is difficult to achieve because like magnets with like poles, the nuclei of the atoms repel each other due to the similar charges. 

    In Class Review and reinforce. Students will complete the activity from Tues In cass today we will be reviewing content through a Kahoot activity (30-45 minutes) in which students answer questions pertaining to stars, the lifecycle of stars and and nuclear fusion/fission.  Students will have an opportunity to review notebooks and assignments and ask questions to fil in any blanks, get more clear explanations and get missed answers corrected.  After all notes and assignemnts have been gone over and all questions have been abswered, students will view a video that outlines the entire section from the birth of a star through it's death going over all the concepts covered in the unit. 

    Homework Study for the test Friday 11/22/2019

     

    11-22-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to explain stars and their role in the universe

    Objective Students will put all the concepts of a star together in a unit exam over stars.  ***IF TIME*** Students will be exposed to planets in our solar system.  this should be review for most as it should have been covered in 7th grade.  Students will look in depth at the terrestrial (terra=rocky or earth like) planets as wel as the fas giants.  Students will be able to explain the composition of the planet as well as why it may have the colors it does.  Students will be able to compare the other planets to earth in both similarities and differnces.  Students will know that at this time Earth is the only habital planet in our solar system and that we live in what scientists are referring to at the habital zone or the goldylocks zone because everything is "just right"  Students will look into ways to possibly make other planets and even the moon a habital place.   Students will learn about how long it takes to get to one of these other planets and what the atmosphere is like.  Students will learn about the atmosphere or lack of an atmosphere of each of the planets and will need to brainstorm ways to make it so people can actually live or at least be there.  Students will need the basic background information of each planet to start their journey to another planet. 

    In Class Students will view a PowerPoint on the inner and outer planets in our solar system.  Students will get a general understanding of the relative temperatures, atmospheric conditions and surfaces compositio of each planet in our solar system. 

    Homework None at this time.  Have a good weekend

     

    11-25-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to describe the planets in our solar system

    Objective Students will be exposed to planets in our solar system.  this should be review for most as it should have been covered in 7th grade.  Students will look in depth at the terrestrial (terra=rocky or earth like) planets as wel as the fas giants.  Students will be able to explain the composition of the planet as well as why it may have the colors it does.  Students will be able to compare the other planets to earth in both similarities and differnces.  Students will know that at this time Earth is the only habital planet in our solar system and that we live in what scientists are referring to at the habital zone or the goldylocks zone because everything is "just right"  Students will look into ways to possibly make other planets and even the moon a habital place.   Students will learn about how long it takes to get to one of these other planets and what the atmosphere is like.  Students will learn about the atmosphere or lack of an atmosphere of each of the planets and will need to brainstorm ways to make it so people can actually live or at least be there.  Students will need the basic background information of each planet to start their journey to another planet.  

    In Class Students will finish the PowerPoint on the inner and outer planets in our solar system

    Homework None at this time... Just wait til next week...

     

    11-26-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to describe the planets in our solar system

    Objective Students will be exposed to planets in our solar system.  this should be review for most as it should have been covered in 7th grade.  Students will look in depth at the terrestrial (terra=rocky or earth like) planets as wel as the fas giants.  Students will be able to explain the composition of the planet as well as why it may have the colors it does.  Students will be able to compare the other planets to earth in both similarities and differnces.  Students will know that at this time Earth is the only habital planet in our solar system and that we live in what scientists are referring to at the habital zone or the goldylocks zone because everything is "just right"  Students will look into ways to possibly make other planets and even the moon a habital place.   Students will learn about how long it takes to get to one of these other planets and what the atmosphere is like.  Students will learn about the atmosphere or lack of an atmosphere of each of the planets and will need to brainstorm ways to make it so people can actually live or at least be there.  Students will need the basic background information of each planet to start their journey to another planet. 

    In Class Dtudents will view the documentary on the planets.  Students will write down at least three characteristics of each one which will help them with the project next week. 

    Homework None at this time... Just wait til next week...

     

    12-2-2019

    Learning Goal I am able to describe the planets in our solar system

    Objective Students will learn about the inner and outer planets.  Students wil llearn about the general characteristics of both and see that they are separated by the asteroid belt which has two theories that sround it.  It is thought that the asteroid belt is a planet that fell apart or it is a planet that never did form. 

    In Class Students will receive packets on the inner planets and packet on the outer planets. 

    Homework Finish the packets due Wednesday/Thursday Block

     

    12-3-2019

    Learning Goal  I am able to describe the planets in our solar system

    Objective Students will begin to develope an intimate knowledge of one inner and one outer planet.  this intimate relationship with these two planets of their choosing will include research of the planet to see what exactly it is like.  Students will begin to know about the landforms, the atmosphere the things that happen on them and the average temperatures.  Students will need to explain how they well get there and how long it will take to get there. 

    In Class Students will create a travel brochure.  There will be 2 options for the brochure these options will include a brochure that you crerate using microsoft word or a brochure you create by hand writing the content.  no matten which one you choose, the same content will need to be included.  The microsoft Word brochure will be a three fold brochure and students will need to follow directions directly on the program in order to properly construct it and the hand created one will be an 8 section brochure which is outlined in the handout.  both must include pictures and be detailed in their information

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    12-4/5-2019

    Learning Goal  I am able to describe the planets in our solar system

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    12-6-2019

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    12-9-2019

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    12-10-2019

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    12-11/12-2019

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    12-13-2019

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    12-16-2019

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    12-17-2019

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    12-18/19-2019

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    12-20-2019

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