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COURSE BREAKDOWN - 3 min. Introductions -10 min. Briefly discuss the Mercury and Gemini programs, the meaning of Apollo and the space race with Russia. - 25 min. Using a PowerPoint the teacher will breakdown and discuss each Apollo mission. - 5 min. Briefly discuss the canceled missions and the Artemis program. - 10 min. Discussion/Question time. - 2 min. Wrap up/Goodbyes Interactive and happy classroom! Highly qualified and experienced teacher with a B.S.Ed.! PLEASE NOTE - The class...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn about the Apollo program.
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55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please be advised, I will be talking about all of the Apollo missions including the Apollo 1 fire. All 3 astronauts perished in the fire. I won't go into gory detail but I know death can be a sensitive subject. Also, sometimes students will ask, "How did the Apollo astronauts go to the bathroom, eat, sleep, etc.?" Again, I will not go into gory detail but please be advised that it could be discussed during class.
All images and reference material were obtained through nasa.gov.
Kaycee Coleman, B.S.Ed.
State Certified 1-8 & TEFL. Passion for Space and Science!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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183 completed classes
I have a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and I'm certified to teach grades 1st-8th and I'm TEFL certified. I've been teaching children for 12 years. I currently work as an Educator at Kennedy Space Center! I've also taught 2nd grade. I've...