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1.
Famous Astronomers
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Track #239367
Format: Resource list
<p align="center"><font color="#6666ff"></font></p><p align="center"><font color="#6666ff"><img style="WIDTH: 96px; HEIGHT: 136px" height="136" src="http://www.crystalinks.com/movscientist.gif" width="96" border="0" /></font></p><p align="center"><a href="http://www.crystalinks.com/scientists.html">http://www.crystalinks.com/scientists.html</a></p><p><font color="#6666ff">These are helpful sights that will help you to research your famous astronomer for your Astronomer Wanted Poster</font> </p>
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Gel Electrophoresis
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Track #283505
Format: Resource list
This website will be used to answer questions on a scavenger hunt to familiarize students will DNA, transcription, translation and the use of electrophoresis to separate DNA by their lenghts and charge.  It will also familiarize students will equipment they will be using when carrying out Electrophoresis for The Case of the Crooked Cell. 
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Extra Extra Read All About Your Planet
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Track #240654
Format: Resource list
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More Constellation Web Sites
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Track #239801
Format: Resource list
<p>This will be helpful for your constellation research</p>
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Constellations
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Track #239798
Format: Resource list
<p> </p><p><font face="impact" color="#cc0099" size="4">This website will help you with your research on your Constellation.</font></p>
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Forensic Science
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Track #243289
Format: Resource list
These websites will be used throughout our unit of study on forensic science and for our mystery dinner.  They will also be used as web searches. 
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Regions- Southwest Asia
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Track #151734
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Regions - South Asia
Annotations by Kerry Slisz
Track #151735
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Regions - Southeast Asia II
Annotations by Kerry Slisz
Track #151739
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Asia and the Pacific - Inventions
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Track #151286
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Asia and the Pacific - Great Wall of China
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Track #151282
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Asia and the Pacific - Hurricanes and Typhoons
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Track #151279
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Asia and the Pacific - Calendar and Astronomy
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Track #151288
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Asia and the Pacific - Volcanos
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Track #151281
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Asia and the Pacific - Monsoons and Typhoons
Annotations by Kerry Slisz
Track #151283
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Regions - Central Asia
Annotations by Kerry Slisz
Track #151296
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Asia and the Pacific - Hurricanes
Annotations by Kerry Slisz
Track #151278
Format: Resource list
Students are carrying out an interdisiplinary unit based on Asia and the Pacific. Students were given a packet that has 10 projects for each subject - math, science, language arts and geography. Each student must choose 3 projects from each content areas. These websites are specific to the science projects 1. How to survive a monsoon/typhoon 2. Compare/Contrast Hurricanes and Typhoons 3. Diagram a Monsoon 4. Inventions from East Asia 5. Contributions to Astrology 6. Chinese Calendar 7. How a volcano works 8. Lightening Poster 9. Poster of Regions 10. Construction of the Great Wall of China
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Genetic Disorders Research
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Track #253744
Format: Resource list
These sites will help you to research your genetic disorders and create a brochure that includes information about the genetic disorder you were assigned to.
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More Forensics
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Track #244870
Format: Resource list
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OUT OF THIS WORLD: Creating Astronaut Friendly Menus
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Track #304754
Format: Resource list
<P><FONT face=Arial><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial; mso-fareast-font-family: 'Times New Roman'; mso-ansi-language: EN-US; mso-fareast-language: EN-US; mso-bidi-language: AR-SA"><FONT color=#6600ff size=2>In this lesson, students will brainstorm about how&nbsp;their favorite foods might be converted to astronaut food. They will explore the history of food science and food trends within NASA and its impact on foods here on Earth. To conclude, you will create a creative graphic organizer illustrating different foods and technologies available to astronauts to make food more enjoyable on space flights.</FONT></SPAN></FONT></P> <P><FONT face=Arial><STRONG>Student Objectives are:</STRONG></FONT></P> <P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial"><FONT face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">1. Evaluate how their favorite foods would hold up in space.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p></FONT></SPAN></P> <P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial"><FONT face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">2. Define required list of vocabulary words in complete sentences.<BR>3. Learn about current trends at NASA to make astronaut food more appetizing by reading and discussing, “Taking Humdrum Astronaut Food, and Kicking It Up a Notch.”<SPAN style="mso-spacerun: yes">&nbsp; </SPAN>Answer related questions to articles in complete sentences.<BR>4. Establish what food is available for consumption in space travel and the technology needed to accomplish the task grounded in scientific research.<o:p></o:p></FONT></SPAN></P> <P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial"><FONT face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">5. <SPAN style="mso-spacerun: yes">&nbsp;</SPAN>Create a graphic organizer using Inspiration or Microsoft Word to explain the types of food available to astronauts to eat, <SPAN style="mso-spacerun: yes">&nbsp;</SPAN>how they are packaged, what utensils astronauts use, and what items are found on a food tray on a space shuttle and why.</FONT></SPAN></P> <P class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt"><SPAN style="FONT-FAMILY: Arial"><FONT face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">6.&nbsp; Answer conclusion questions in complete sentences</FONT></SPAN></P> <P> <P><FONT face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">Students will have the option to complete extra credit assignments one of which is to&nbsp;</FONT><FONT face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif">create their own NASA specific menus based on current technology. </FONT></P> <P></P>
 

 

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