Reflection: Discourse and Questioning Stars in the Night Sky - Section 2: Warm Up


As typical first graders, sometimes I have to help my students form their thoughts into questions. Here is an example of me working with a students to form her thought into a question: Learning How to Ask Questions

  Discourse and Questioning: Learning How to Ask Questions
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Stars in the Night Sky

Unit 12: Earth, Moon, and Sun
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT describe the movement of the stars across the sky at night and explain how stars create constellations.

Big Idea: Stars are a source of constant amazement and inspiration! Let's find out why they seem to move and why we give them names!

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Science, Earth and Space Science, sun, 1.E.1.1 Recognize differences in the features of the day and night sky and apparent movement of objects across the sky as observed from Earth. , First Grade, Moon
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