This open-ended laboratory activity is useful in demonstrating how solar wind particles are deflected by the Earth's magnetosphere and how charged particles are aligned within it. After this lesson, students should be...
This activity introduces students to the properties of electromagnetic radiation in a variety of ways. For example, they put the different types of the electromagnetic radiation on trial, selecting the judge, prosecutor...
This activity will demonstrate to students how geologists determine the absolute age of rocks or minerals. Students will simulate radioactive decay by using markers shaken in a box and removed as they are deemed to have...
This web-based lesson compares how auroral light produced on the Earth's atmospheric screen is similar to the images produced on the screen of a Cathode Ray Tube. It explains how viewing the aurora is like looking at a...
In this lesson students will discover how a submersible's design enables humans to explore the deep ocean. As a result of doing this activity, students will understand that the physical features of water can be...
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