There are eight planets in the solar system in two distinct groupings. The four inner terrestrial planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are very small and relatively close together. The outer planets or gas giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) are very large and far apart from each other. This activity presents a scale model that illustrates the vast differences in the sizes of the planets and their distances from the Sun.
Can understanding particle theory and heat transfer modes help you build efficient devices to improve our daily lives? Heat is a form of energy that can be transformed and transferred. These... read more
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The focus of this assignment is to have students direct their own learning to discover the purposeful use of pneumatics and hydraulics and how to incorporate technology to create a useful and stable... read more
In the Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems unit in grade 10, there are many exciting issues that are often in the news. There is much exciting new research, such as primate cloning or gene... read more