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Weekly Topics in Aviation - Fun Flying Discussions
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Why does Saturn have such beautiful rings? Why is Neptune the farthest from the Sun, but not the coldest? Why does Uranus roll on its side like a ball? What would happen if you lived on the moons of Jupiter? How can you find and identify these planets in the night sky? Learn the answers to these questions and many more in "Bite-Size Science: The Outer Planets!" In this fun and engaging class, students will learn all about the gaseous outer planets. Using kid-friendly presentation materials,...
Students will be able to identify and accurately describe the outer planets of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
As a certified Earth and Space Science teacher, I have over ten years of science instruction experience. Teaching science is a passion of mine, and I am enthusiastic and engaging in my instruction style. I've been selected by NASA to present on its behalf to other Earth and Space Science teachers and at national educator conferences. I know you'll love my course! It is my mission to help students become lifelong learners. I develop a good rapport with each student with my sense of humor, enthusiasm, and the ability to relate scientific concepts to students' everyday lives. While many students enter my class thinking science is boring, it is rare that they leave still believing so. I've won numerous awards and accolades for my highly-effective teaching strategies, and I know your young scholar will thrive in my classroom!
There is no homework for this class but additional resources will be provided.
Teacher will provide all resources as links and attachments in the classroom. Students do not need any materials or items for this class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
There is no formal assessment but teacher will pose questions for students to answer during the lesson.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will learn to identify planets but will discuss the origin of the planets' names, which originate from Roman and Greek mythology.
Lee Ruark, M.S.Ed.
Energetic and Engaging Science and Social Studies Teacher!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
879 total reviews
456 completed classes
Hello! I am so excited to teach Science and Social Studies classes here on Outschool! As an enthusiastic Maryland and Vermont educator with over a decade of teaching experience, I have been blessed to teach a wide range of subjects to both...