Culture & Science -
Wednesday, 05 September 2012 15:47
While in a previous post we saw different types of schoolwork as each course , and you can ask once your course progresses, we now begin to see these works a bit more detail and guide you so that you may one little better about what to write or what project file. Begin with the work of the solar system, and you can order the ESO 1.
At work on the solar system that you will have to do if you are in 1st ESO, may I ask for a summary of what they learned in class, and explained in your own words, or for example you present some sort of science project in the that expose what the solar system, the planets and of course, the position of the earth in the solar system .
The solar system: 1 Work That
Explanation of the Solar System:
- Undoubtedly, the job easier we can do with respect to the solar system, is to take some cards or sheets and each draw the planets and as laid out in the universe, detailing and position of each of the planets.
- We can add an explanation of each planet (Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune) in addition to referring also to those who are the planets dwarf planets (Pluto, Eris, Makemake, Haumea Ceres and) Not to mention as the main star, the Sun
- Finally you can write also about creating comets, asteroids, etc ...
- The introduction of this work, as should focus on the creation and origin of the solar system about 4,600 million years and how has evolved to what you WILL probably already explained in class.
Building a model of the solar system:
- For those of you who have asked for anything more elaborate than a simple summary or aportéis photos, we can choose to build a model in which visually explain the solar system.
- There are many options, and in fact depending on our skill or whether the materials at hand for what we do.
- A simple model to "build" the solar system would for example take a cardboard or paperboard that is quite hard for us not to go double and pasting the planets.
- To do this, we have to do is take podemoso buy balls of different sizes and materials such as cork or "porexpan" (in any arts store you find them) and that will be your planets.
- In each, depending on size, will you paint the colors and characteristics of each planet, and pasting going one by one to the card (and by cutting ited, so that you have a flat oval tack and another representing the planet), while maintaining the order and distance between each. Also write down the name of each planet, the sun, and other minor planets and some features.
- Another model, although this is somewhat more elaborate balls take the same which I have spoken but instead of gluing them on a card, it is on a wood and with the help of wires or spikes that allow each planet to engage so that when seen from above or from a distance, we can differentiate as required throughout the solar system.
Video work in the solar system:
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