Lynée Zajac Beck M.Ed.
Shadow Ridge Middle School
Astronomy Review Unit
possible activities you can do to learn the unit objectives, highlight
the assignments that you would like to do. Each assignment has a point
value based on the amount of time and effort necessary to complete that
task. Turn in completed work to the basket for your class period. An
oral defense is required to earn points for most assignments. You must
meet the minimum point requirement before moving on to extra credit. As
always, if you have questions ASK or email.
This work will not
be accepted late. If you must be absent on the due date, make
arrangements with your teacher before then, or ask someone to bring it
to school for you on the due date.
~Computer Lab will be available on Tuesday and Wednesday only~
|Grading Scale||45-50 = A
40-46 = B (8 pts/day)
35-39 = C (7 pts/day)
30-34 = D (6 pts/day)
<30 = Not Yet!
Seasons (Red book pages 614-622)
Moon Phases (Red book pages 623-631)
Planets (Red book pages 646-650 and 654-659)
climate, surface features and interesting facts about the planet. (10)
them? What will you see? Chronicle your adventure with a detailed daily journal. (10)
considered a planet. (10)
your status in the solar system. (10)
Extra Credit (10 pts each)
illustrate why the image is seen the way it is.