6. Independent Learning!
Celestial Body Research
• Students will research and gather
information about a specific
celestial body of their choice.
They will create a written report to
present their findings.
7. Guided Question!
1. What are the unique
characteristics of your chosen
2. How does your celestial body
interact with other celestial
9. Let’s Explore and Explain!
Design a Cosmic Objects
• Divide the class into 5 groups. Will assign
each group a cosmic component (galaxy, star,
planet). Each group is task to create a fictional
cosmic object of their assigned component
present it to the class, highlighting its unique
11. Inquiry Lab
1. How did stars develop and what are their roles in element
2. How does the size or mass of star affect their ability to burn
their H and He atoms?
3. Are the galaxies arranged on the surface of a sphere?
4. How do planets form and evolve?
5. What happen in the space and time when cosmic object
12. Let’s Wrap it up
Summarize the key points of the lesson
and the major component of the
universe. Reflect on you found most
interesting or surprising about the
components of the universe.
13. Let’s Reflect! Stargazing Night
In evening, have a look up in the sky and identify
different celestial objects that you will be able to see.
Try to answer these questions:
1. What celestial bodies did you observe during
the stargazing activity?
2. How did observing the celestial bodies deepen
your understanding of the universe?
14. Solar System
1. Descarte’s Vortex Theory
2. Buffon’s Collision Theory
3. Kant-Placed Nebular Theory
4. Jean-Jeffrey’s Tidal Theory
5. Solar Nebular Theory
Notas do Editor
What cosmic objects can you see in the photo?
How will you appreciate the importance of those cosmic objects?
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