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Title: Big vs. Little – Micro to Nano
Url: http://www.nnin.org/education-training/k-12-teachers/nanotechnology-c...
Publisher: National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network

This lesson, presented by the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, covers the general concepts of size and scale by discussing the micro and nano worlds. Children will "explore the concept of size by comparing and categorizing objects, then constructing various sized structures." This lesson lays a foundation for students to understand nanoscale in later grades. Five Teacher Preparation Guides and images to use in creating a presentation.

LC Classification: Geography. Anthropology. Recreation -- Mathematical geography. Cartography -- Mathematical geography. Cartography -- Cartography -- Map scales
Science -- Physics -- Weights and measures -- Study and teaching. Research
Technology -- Technology (General) -- Nanotechnology
GEM Subject: Science -- Engineering
Science -- Technology
Science -- Instructional issues
Key Concept: Mathematics -- Measurement
Geography -- Scale
Resource Type: Instructional Materials
InteractiveResource (DCMI Type Vocabulary)
Lesson Plans
Teaching Guides
Format: html
Audience: Elementary School Teachers
Language: English
Rights: National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network, (NNIN)
Access Rights: Free access
Date Of Record Release: 2014-09-03 14:00:51 (W3C-DTF)
Date Last Modified: 2014-08-23 08:58:38 (W3C-DTF)
Source Type: ATE Project
Source: ATE Projects
Cumulative Rating: NOT YET RATED
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