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Is It In There?

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If you want to get a sense of the connection between our daily lives and dying stars, you don’t need to look very far. …

If you want to get a sense of the connection between our daily lives and dying stars, you don’t need to look very far.

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  • 1. If you want to get a real sense of the connection between our daily lives and dying stars, you don’t need to look very far. Chemical elements formed in the dramatic explosions of dying stars are essential to products and systems we use every day. In this brief activity, you will work in groups to determine which chemical elements are found in the following: a cell phone, a car, the Golden Gate Bridge, and a blueberry muffin. With your group, complete the Is It in There? worksheet. You have only 5 minutes. Once the class has completed their sheets, be prepared to explain which elements you felt were in one of the items. If your group is not presenting, keep track of which elements your group believes are in that same item, and be ready to explain if you came to a different conclusion than the other group about what elements should be included. BIG HISTORY PROJECT / LESSON 3.2 IS IT IN THERE?
  • 2. BIG HISTORY PROJECT / LESSON 3.2 IS IT IN THERE? Make an X in each box to show when the items in the row contain the elements below. Cell Phone Car Golden Gate Bridge Blueberry Muffin Copper Gold Iron Lead Mercury Nickel Silver Tin Zinc Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundry Movementsof Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal, Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative. Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automobile http://goldengatebridge.org http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/fruits-and-fruit-juices/1851/2 Sources:

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