Life Cycle of Stars/ COnstellations

Life Cycle of Stars/ COnstellations

LIFE CYCLE OF STARS/ CONSTELLATIONS DO NOW SWBAT explain the life cycle of different types of stars 1. Turn in your Homework 2.

Grab your clicker 3. Complete the Are we made of star stuff Misconception sheet. January 24 Waning Crescent

Illumination: MINI CLICKER QUIZ THINK-PAIR-SHARE 1. What are some things that you can think of that go through life cycles? 2. What are the stages of

their life cycles? Stars are the same way HOW IS A STAR BORN? Close Read https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PM9CQDlQI0A LIFE CYCLE OF A STAR

Individual assignment 10 minutes Directions 1. Open your books to page 127 2. Fill out your charts 3. Paste your charts in your ISN on the back of page 30 Get out your close read from DO

NOW yesterday Draw the moon phase, name, illumination 1. What gas is a star mostly composed of at the beginning of its life? 2. What happens when it begins to

run out? January 25 Waning Crescent Illumination: 6% TITLE: CRASH COURSE/ 4.1 VOCABULARY ISN Page 23 1.Fusion

2.Convection 3.Corona 4.Sunspot 5.Solar Wind CRASH COURSE PG 23 1.What is a star? 2.How does a star produce energy? 3.How could you tell a planet from a

star? 4.How do stars move across the night sky? 5.Star or not a star #1 FINISH HOW A STAR IS BORN Individual assignment 10 minutes

Directions 1. Open your books to page 127 2. Fill out your charts 3. Paste your charts in your ISN on the front of 24 4. Finish your questions on your How a Star is Born Close read. STAR LIFE CYCLES 1.What determines a stars life cycle?

2.What happens to the elements a star fuses in its core as it gets older? 3.Which type of star explodes in a super nova? ARE WE MADE OF STAR STUFF?

Think-Pair-Share WE ARE MADE OF THE STUFF A STAR MAKES IN ITS CORE Both fission and fusion are nuclear reactions that Where does all of the elements we see here produce energy, but the applications are not the come from? same. Fission is the splitting of a heavy, unstable nucleus into two lighter nuclei, and fusion is the You, me, all other life, the planets rocks,

process where two light nuclei combine together gasses, and everything we see in the universe comes from the fusion and supernova releasing vast amounts of energy. THE HUMAN BODY DO NOW Complete the prior knowledge

questions on your H-R diagram gizmo worksheet with a partner January 26 Waning Crescent Illumination: 2% STAR NOTES PG 24 A star produces energy and light by nuclear fusion The Stars core combines hydrogen atoms to form helium which

releases energy and light. Scientists classify stars using 5 different criteria 1. Brightness (Luminosity) 2. Size- Means mass, which determines life cycle 3. Temperature- This determines a stars color, measured in Kelvin (K) 4. Composition- What elements a star is fusing 5. Color- Blue, white, yellow, orange, red.

H-R DIAGRAM GIZMO Complete the Gizmo Warm Up Together Complete the H-R Diagram Gizmo by following along with the directions given on the sheet. Vocabulary terms you may need to know: 1. Radius- Length from the center of a circle to the outside or half a diameter 2. Luminosity- The brightness of an object that gives off light 3. Temperature- Measured in Kelvin (K)

32 F = 0 C = 273.15 K 4. Mass- How much matter (atoms/stuff) something has CLICKER QUIZ- STARS STAR COLOR BY TEMPERATURE Blue- hottest White

Yellow Orange Red- coldest STAR TEMPERATURE Create a chart using the stars given to you by coloring in the stars and pasting them in order from hottest to coldest DO NOW

SWBAT explain the life cycles of stars 1. As a star gets older what happens to the elements it fuses? 2. What is a main sequence star? 3. What type of star is our sun, and what part of its life cycle is it in?

Jan 27 New Moon Illumination: 0% LIFE CYCLE OF A STAR Individual assignment 10 minutes

Directions 1. Open your books to page 127 2. Fill out your charts 3. Paste your charts in your ISN on the back of page 30 ASSESSMENT STAR LIFE CYCLE 1. Pick a type of star (high or low mass) and act out the different stages of its life- must be narrated and explained as you are acting it out. 2. Make a poster to present to the class about the life cycle

of a star of your choice. 3. Write a short story depicting the life of a star like our sun to read to the class. Must all include the actual stages of the life cycle of the star Groups will be 3-4 people EXIT TICKET 1.

What characteristics are used to classify stars? 2. How can you determine which of two stars is older by using color? 3. How does a stars mass determine its life cycle? 4.

Write the colors of stars from hottest to coldest? 5. If a star has a temperature of 30,000 C then what color would it be? 6. What are the different types of stars?

7. Where would each type of star and color be located on an Hertzsprung-Russel Diagram? 8. What is fusion? 9.

How does a star produce energy and light? 10. As a star gets older what happens to the elements it fuses? 11. What is a main sequence star? DO NOW SWBAT explain the life cycle and stages of a star 1. If a star has a

temperature of 30,000 C then what color would it be? 2. How can you determine which of two stars is older by using color? Folders- Remove any of the graded work. Jan 28 Waning

Gibbous ASSESSMENT STAR LIFE CYCLE 1. Pick a type of star (high or low mass) and act out the different stages of its life- must be narrated and explained as you are acting it out. 2. Make a poster to present to the class about the life cycle of a star of your choice. 3. Write a short story depicting the life of a star like our sun

to read to the class. Must all include the actual stages of the life cycle of the star Groups will be 3-4 people PRESENTATION NORMS Listener 1. Listen actively- eyes, ears, mouths, face

2. Show community- support and encourage Presenters 1. Use a number 5 voice so everyone can hear you 2. Show courage-

dont be afraid to be yourself and present what you know EXIT TICKET (STUDY QUESTIONS) 1. What characteristics are used to classify stars?

2. How can you determine which of two stars is older by using color? 3. How does a stars mass determine its life cycle? 4. Write the colors of stars from hottest to coldest?

5. If a star has a temperature of 30,000 C then what color would it be? 6. What are the different types of stars? 7.

Where would each type of star and color be located on an Hertzsprung-Russel Diagram? DRAW 8. What is fusion? 9. How does a star produce energy and light?

10. As a star gets older what happens to the elements it fuses? 11. What is a main sequence star? DO NOW 1. Where are white dwarfs located on the HR diagram?

2. What type of star did a white dwarf start out as, and what phase of its life is it in? (low mass/ high mass)

Jan 30 Waxing Crescent Illumination: H-R DIAGRAM GIZMO Google: Gizmo Login using the information on the whiteboard Pick the H-R diagram gizmo Work with a partner at your group and complete the

activities. Answer the questions completely by explaining your reasoning. If you finish early: answer the questions on the quiz in the gizmo (write the answers on the back of your gizmo sheet), and complete vocabulary in section 4.2- 4.4 (galaxies, red shift, big bang)

DO NOW 1. Write the colors of stars from hottest to coldest. 2. What are the differences between the main sequence

stars in the upper left corner and the bottom right corner of the H- January 31 Waxing Crescent Illumination: 13%

STARS QUIZ NOTES CONSTELLATIONS 1.Astronomers use constellations to locate other objects in the sky. 2.Whats a difference in the way a star seems to move in the night sky from the way a planet does? Set Up- Notes Guide

Constellations A group of stars that form a pattern in the sky . Example Non-Example:

URSA MAJOR (The Big Dipper) (story) Yo, those stars look like a Pokemon. Whats its name? Beartic. DO NOW What is a constellation?

Get out the constellations close read Youll need your ISN February 1st Waxing Crescent CONSTELLATION CLOSE READ Complete the close read about constellation and answer the questions in complete

sentences URSA MAJOR The Hunt The Micmac Indians of Nova Scotia and the Iroquois Indians along the St. Lawrence seaway share one story about the Big Bear. In this story, the quadrangle of the dipper represents a bear that is pursued by seven

hunters; the three closest hunters are the handle of the dipper. As autumn approaches, the four farthest hunters dip below the horizon and abandon the hunt, leaving the closest three hunters to chase the bear. The hunters are all named after birds. The closest hunter to the bear is named Robin, the second closest is Chickadee, and the third is Moose Bird. Chickadee is carrying the pot in which the bear will be cooked. The second star in the handle is actually two stars [the famous double star system] called Mizar and Alcor which represent Chickadee and the pot. In autumn, as the bear attempts to stand up on two legs,

Robin wounds the bear with an arrow. The wounded bear sprays blood on Robin, who shakes himself off and in the process, colors the leaves of the forest red; some blood stains Robin and he is henceforth called Robin Redbreast. The bear is eaten, and the skeleton remains traveling through the sky on its back during winter. During the following spring a new bear leaves the den and the MAKE YOUR OWN CONSTELLATIONS Constellations myths and culture ( read a constellation myth ) How does it represent the cultures beliefs about the cosmos?

1. Draw your own constellation. 2. Give your constellation a name. 3. Write a one paragraph story about your constellation. What is the purpose of constellation stories? Orion a constellationgroup of stars the T-P-SisWHERE

ARE aTHE STARS INinORION sky. Choose the statement you think best describes the stars in Orion. AND EXPLAIN YOUR THINKING A. The stars of Orion are close together in space B. The stars in Orion orbit the Sun, just like

planets C. The brightest stars in Orion are the ones that are closest to us. D. You cant tell if the brightest stars in Orion are really brighter than the others, or if they are just closer to us. E. The stars in Orion are all the same

distance from us. That is why we see the shape of the constellation F. The stars are arranged in the constellation Orion for only part of the year. The rest of CONSTELLATIONS Even though the stars in constellations looks close together, they are actually very far apart As the Earth rotates on its axis and revolves

around the sun, our perspective of the night sky changes. Look at orion Source: NASA StarChild CONSTELLATIONS There are two types of constellations 1.Seasonal- Because Earth is revolving around the Sun,

out position in space changes- giving us a different view of space. 2.Circumpolar- around the poles- these constellations are positioned in space where we can see them all year long. They are positioned around the North Star (Polaris) Why do we see different constellations during the evening?

Earth rotates on its axis. Rotation - When a planet or moon turns all the way around or spins on its axis one time. Why do we see different constellations during the The Earth evening? revolves around the

Sun. Revolution - The circling of one object around another object in space. The Earth revolves around the Sun. Constellations used for navigation. The Big Dipper helps find direction. Runaway slaves used the Big

Dipper (Drinking Gourd). Follow the Drinking Gourd. EXIT TICKET AND HOMEWORK 1. What is a constellation? 2. What are the two types of constellations? 3. Explain: Why do we see some constellations all year round, but others only during certain seasons?

TEST REVIEW 1. What characteristics are used to classify stars? 2. How can you determine which of two stars is older by using color? 3.

How does a stars mass determine its life cycle? 4. Write the colors of stars from hottest to coldest? 5. If a star has a temperature of 8,000 C then what color would it be?

6. What are the different types of stars? 7. Where would each type of star and color be located on an Hertzsprung-Russel Diagram? DRAW 8.

What is fusion? 9. How and where does a star produce energy and light? 10. As a star gets older what happens to the elements it fuses? 11. What is the life cycle of a low mass star? 12. What type of star is our sun, and what part of its life cycle is it in? Explain. DO NOW

SWBAT IDENTIFY 5 MAJOR CONSTELLATIONS AND THEIR SEASONS 1.Make and inference: Why does it appear as if the stars are moving in a circle? Constellations move around Polaris- the north star Feb 1

Waning Crescent Illumination: Tilt points towards Polaris Stars seem to rise and set in the night sky because? Astronomers use contellations to? MAKE YOUR OWN CONSTELLATIONS Constellations myths and culture ( read a constellation myth )

How does it represent the cultures beliefs about the cosmos? 1. Draw your own constellation. 2. Give your constellation a name. 3. Write a one paragraph story about your constellation. What is the purpose of constellation stories? Orion a constellationgroup of stars the

T-P-SisWHERE ARE aTHE STARS INinORION sky. Choose the statement you think best describes the stars in Orion. AND EXPLAIN YOUR THINKING A. The stars of Orion are close together in space

B. The stars in Orion orbit the Sun, just like planets C. The brightest stars in Orion are the ones that are closest to us. D. You cant tell if the brightest stars in Orion are really brighter than the others, or if they are just closer to us. E. The stars in Orion are all the same

distance from us. That is why we see the shape of the constellation F. The stars are arranged in the constellation Orion for only part of the year. The rest of CONSTELLATIONS Even though the stars in constellations looks close together, they are actually very far apart As the Earth rotates on its axis and revolves

around the sun, our perspective of the night sky changes. Look at orion Source: NASA StarChild DO NOW 1. Explain: Why do we see some

constellations all year round, but others only during certain seasons? February 2 Waxing Crescent CONSTELLATIONS

There are two types of constellations 1.Seasonal- Because Earth is revolving around the Sun, out position in space changes- giving us a different view of space. 2.Circumpolar- around the poles- these constellations are positioned in space where we can see them all year long. They are positioned around the North Star (Polaris)

Why do we see different constellations during the evening? Earth rotates on its axis. Rotation - When a planet or moon turns all the way around or spins on its axis one time. Why do we see different

constellations during the The Earth evening? revolves around the Sun. Revolution - The circling of one object around another object in space. The Earth revolves around the Sun. Constellations used for navigation.

The Big Dipper helps find direction. Runaway slaves used the Big Dipper (Drinking Gourd). Follow the Drinking Gourd. CONSTELLATIONS STATIONS What is a constellation? 1. Name 2. Season

3. Important Features (These 5 constellations you NEED to know- name, season) Constellations . These ARE constellations Ursa Major .

Also called the Big Bear. Season- all year (Circumpolar) The Little Dipper (Ursa Minor) . Also called The Little Bear. Season: All year (Circumpolar)

The Little Dipper (Ursa Minor) . Also called The Little Bear The Little Dipper (Ursa Minor) . How to find the North Star (Polaris) Orion (The Hunter).

. winter Betelgeuse >>>>>> Red Supergiant star 1000 times bigger Than our Sun. Season- Orion (The Hunter)

. Cygnus (The Swan) Summer . Season- Scorpius (The Scorpion)

Season- summer . Leo (The Lion) . season- summer Cassiopeia (The Queen) .

Season- winter CONSTELLATION PROJECTS . DO NOW Identify 5 major constellations and seasons

1.What is the name and season of the constellation pictured Feb 3 Waxing crescent Illumination

FINISH STATIONS Complete your stations Once finished: Sit in your seat, and get some index cards (or get out your own) FLASH CARDS Create flash cards

using the note cards. Drawing of the constellation on front side Name and season on the back side. CONSTELLATION S

1.Orion 2.Ursa Major (Great Bear) 3.Cygnus 4.Scorpius 5.Cassiopeia STUDY THE FLASH CARDS (5 MINUTES) Person With the Shortest Hair goes first Have the person across from you start by showing

the picture of the constellation You: name the constellation and season that its in Once finished, switch roles BOARDS UP 1. Write answer on board 2. Switch writer after every answer 3. Boards up (mouths closed, eyes and ears up front)

4. Take care of markers Name that constellation and season . Name that constellation and season . Name that constellation and season .

Name that constellation and season . Name that constellation and season . Name that constellation and season . Name that constellation and season

. CONSTELLATION CONFUSION/ PROJECT DO NOW Name __________ Illumination 19% 1.As an observer, the flash lights seems brighter or dimmer depending on the distance you observe the light from. The further away you are

the dimmer the light will appear. However, if you were to observe the light emitted by the three flashlights from the same distance, would one light appear brighter than another? Explain. Astronomers must calculate a stars distance in order to calculate its ACTUAL brightness, because from Earth it may APPEAR brighter or dimmer depending on how far away it is. QUIZ Take

Grade? BILL NYE https://vimeo.com/37067843 Answer questions Complete the diagram on the back based on the questions and page ______ in the book. SEASONS What is a season- how is it different from weather/ climate? Tilt of the earth What is a hemisphere- what 2 hemispheres are there?

Why do we experience seasons? Indirect/ Direct sunlight (heat and energy)? Diagrams of seasons- when/where/why/ which hemisphere? Labs? Activities Equinox/ Solstice

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