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Extreme, Intense, Forbidding: Venus, the Hottest Planet in the Solar System
In this one day STEAM class on space and astronomy, students will take an in-depth journey to the hottest planet in the Solar System: Venus.
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What makes Venus such an extreme, forbidding world? You’ll find out as you explore the planet that has been called Earth’s Twin as well as the Evening Star. In this class, students will be taken on a tour of the extreme, intense and forbidding world that is Venus. They will learn about what makes Venus the hottest planet in the Solar System as well as what dangers exist when it comes to exploring this planet and how Venus has demolished every probe that has landed on its surface as well as...
Students will learn about the atmosphere of Venus. Students will learn about the temperature of Venus. Students will learn about the surface of Venus. Students will learn a brief history about the exploration of Venus. Students will learn about the future of Venus exploration.
I am a substitute teacher and a tutor. I also have experience in teaching Special Education. I also have several classes on planets and the Solar System.
No homework will be assigned during the class.
It is recommended that students bring paper and pen or pencil to the class for taking notes.
Informal assessment will be given in the form of checking for understanding.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Students will learn about how inhospitable Venus is and how its atmosphere and pressure is destructive to equipment that is sent to the surface of the planet. They will also learn that it is impossible to walk on Venus because the atmospheric pressure can flatten anyone that lands there (which is why we have only sent uncrewed space probes to the planet).
We will refer to NASA material throughout the class.
I am taking some time off due to a death in the family
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435 total reviews
1089 completed classes
I have been involved in education since January 2016. I am a substitute teacher and a tutor who teaches multiple subjects in K-12 classes, including Math, English, Science, Social Studies, and Physical Education. I also have experience teaching...