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May 11th, 2017

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William Barber

on 10 May 2017

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Transcript of May 11th, 2017

What is an eclipse?
Solar Eclipse: August, 21st 2017
What is happening? A total solar eclipse will be viewed from Kentucky/Tennessee area on August 21st.

This will be observed as a partial solar eclipse in other areas.


Work Period.
1. Make sure calender is completed to be handed in at this time (If you have august add that the 21st is a solar eclipse)
2. All days should be labeled whether they are crescent or gibbous moons.
3. Once completed take the notes on solar and lunar eclipse and finish the prompt.
Wrap up
Debrief: Why is a lunar eclipse shaded red?

Answer from video
GOAL!
May 11th, 2017
DO NOW

M: In your seat
V: Level 0
P: Take out your moon phase calender. Briefly write on a piece of lined paper what is occuring on your birthday with the moon? What phase?
-Volunteers list for coins: what are the differences of the solar and lunar eclipse?
-Whats a similarity?
http://www.space.com/25427-blood-moons-lunar-eclipse-tetrad-infographic.html
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