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In this lesson, students try to explain what happens in the solar eclipse, and why a person in one location can see a solar eclipse while a person in another place cannot. Key words and concepts covered are solar eclipse. Crosscutting concepts explored are patterns, scale, proportion, and quantity, and systems and system models. This book selection includes the Table of Contents, Preface, Catalog of Problems, Acknowledgments, About the Authors, and Index.

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Middle School


Astronomy Earth & Space Science Instructional Materials Lesson Plans


Type Book ChapterPub Date 3/1/2017Pages 33Stock # PB408X1_8.2

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