Students will demonstrate their understanding of the relationships between the sun earth and moon by doing a performance as a group in class.
Beginning; 25-minute classes
sun, earth, moon, relationship of sun earth and moon to each other, gravity
Students learn basic facts about the earth, sun, and moon and their relationship to each other through process drama activities.
Lesson 1: How the Earth looks
Students will be able to describe the shape and appearance of the surface of the earth by participating in a process drama activity.
Lesson 2: The Sun
Students will be able describe the sun and its relationship to the earth by writing a short essay on the importance of the sun.
Lesson 3: How the moon looks
Students will be able to describe the appearance and shape of the moon in comparison to the earth by creating drawings of the earth and moon to be hung around the room.
Lesson 4: How the Earth, Moon and Sun interact
Students will demonstrate their understanding of how the sun, moon, and earth interact by doing a short performance.
Lesson 5: The sun and the moon
Students will demonstrate their understanding of the cycle of the moon by doing shadow performances.
Lesson 6: Effects of the moon on the earth
Students will demonstrate their understanding of effects of the moon on the earth by writing a short story about what their life would be like without the moon.
Lesson 7: Review/ Unit Assessment
Sun, Earth, Moon Lessons.Amy Record
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