Earth and Space Science > Activities

Activities


Help

Show all pages

Current Search Limits

Topic

showing only Heat and Mass Transfer Show all Topic
Refine the Results

Topic Show all Topic

Results 1 - 2 of 2 matches

Heat on the Move
Laura Schofield
To introduce students to the concept that heat transfer via convection is more efficient then heat transfer via conduction.

Investigating Meteorites: Bridging Earth Science to Space Science
Katye Couch
This activity is designed to have students apply previous knowledge about Earth Science to investigate iron-nickel meteorites. Students should have previous knowledge of crystal size/cooling rate correlation in Earth rocks and previous knowledge of Earth's composition. Students will investigate meteorites (real or photographed with scale) using a series of guided questions. They will practice using observation and inference skills as well as data collection skills. Key words- activity, measurement, guided inquiry, astronomy, meteorites, hands-on, investigative, lab, crystal size, cooling rate, differentiation, planetary composition, planetary formation, observation, inference, correlation, space, geology, earth science, solar system, solar system formation



« Previous Page      Next Page »