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103
Solar System
Solar System
11/19/14
11/19/2014
Starter
What do you know
about the solar
system?
Practice:
Assemble Foldable
104
Application:
Paste Foldable here
after notes.
Connection:
Planet concept map
Exit: Summarize what
you learned today.
November 19, 2014
AGENDA
TEKS 6.11A
describe the physical
properties, locations, and
movements of the Sun,
planets, Galilean moons,
meteors, asteroids, and
comets while completing a
foldable and notes.
1. Starter
2. Foldable
3. Notes
4. Concept Map
Date
11/14
11/17
Table of Contents
Lecture/ Activity/ Lab
Quiz and Writing
CBA Review
Page
99-100
101-102
The Solar System
TEKS 6.11A describe the physical properties, locations, and movements of the
Sun, planets, Galilean moons, meteors, asteroids, and comets
•Our planet resides within
the Milky Way Galaxy. The
Milky Way is a collection of
some 200 billion stars.
One of the many stars in
the Milky Way is our Sun.
Captured by the Sun’s
gravity are the Earth, other
planets and smaller bodies.
•Within the Solar System are other
small systems. Each one of the
systems interacts with others to
form our entire Solar System.
The Earth is part of the
planetary system, which is
part of the Solar System.
As you can see from the
diagram, our universe
consists of systems within
systems.
Systems of our Galaxy
Milky Way Galaxy
Solar System
Planets
and minor
Bodies
Earth/Moon
Objects in our
Solar System
•The Solar System includes
the Sun, planets, natural
satellites of planets
(moons), dwarf planets
and smaller bodies called
asteroids, comets and
meteoroids.
Milky Way
galaxy of
our solar system
consists of
Sun
Smaller bodies
classified into
comets
asteroids
Planets
orbited by
Dwarf
planets
Inner
Outer
orbited by
meteoroids
Moons
• According to the concept map, what star is the
center of our solar system?
The Sun
• What do we call the planets closest to
the Sun?
The Inner Planets
• Which planets are inner planets?
Mercury
Mars
Venus
Earth
• What are the outer planets of our solar
system?
Jupiter
Saturn
Neptune
Uranus
Complete your chart as we
cover each of the remaining
objects of our solar system!
Motion in our Solar System
What is rotation?
earth
rotation
A rotation is where the planet
spins on its axis.
http://www.classzone.com/books/earth_science/terc/content/visualizat
ions/es0404/es0404page01.cfm?chapter_no=visualization
On earth, one rotation is equal to
about 24 hours. Some planets spin
faster than Earth, so a day would be
much shorter.
What is revolution?
http://www.classzone.com/books/earth_sci
ence/terc/content/visualizations/es0408/es
0408page01.cfm?chapter_no=visualization
Revolution
means that
the planet
moves in an
orbit around a
star.
Earth makes one
revolution around the
Sun every 365 days
which equals one year!
A period of revolution is equal
to one year on that planet.
sun
Rotation on an
axis
Revolution
around Sun
103
Solar System
Solar System
11/19/14
11/19/2014
Starter
What do you know
about the solar
system?
Practice:
Assemble Foldable
104
Application:
Paste Foldable here
after notes.
Connection:
Planet concept map
Exit: Summarize what
you learned today.