Solar & Lunar Eclipses

Unit 8: Where Is Earth In Space?
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: SWBAT develop and use a model to explain the relative position of the Sun, Earth, and Moon during a solar and lunar eclipse (total, annular, partial) and the shadows (umbra, penumbra) they produce.

Big Idea: Through the use of models and simulations, students explain the patterns of eclipses.

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