Revolution & Insolation

Unit 4: The Sun & Insolation
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Objective: SWBAT identify the seasons of the Earth, and where Earth’s vertical ray falls at different points in Earth’s orbit (equinox/solstice) | SWBAT identify the length of daylight of different points of the Earth at different latitudes

Big Idea: This lesson has student's explore where the Sun hits the zenith at different latitudes during different points of the year and how daylight changes at those different latitudes throughout the year

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Science, Earth and Space Science, earth, sun, sunlight, Insolation
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