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    • THE SOLAR SYSTEM By: Ms. JM Pobadora
    • Song: “The Planets” (Tune:‘B-I-N-G-O’ & ‘The Nine Planets’) There are nine planets in the solar system Together we can say their names, ohh! Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars Jupiter and Saturn Uranus and Neptune Pluto is the last!
    • Learning Objectives: a. Describe the planets in the solar system; b. Reflect on how important it is to take care of our planet earth; and c. Create synthesis of the planets in the solar system.
    • What is a solar system? -composes the Sun together with the eight planets and their moons -includes other celestial bodies that orbit the sun
    • The members of the Solar System
    • Who wakes us up every morning? Hint: It’s like a BIG LIGHT BULB over the Earth.
    • Mother of the Solar SystemMother of the Solar System
    • -the largest object in our solar system -where most of the ENERGY and LIGHT on Earth comes from.
    • The FIRST planet from the sun
    • -The smallest planet in the Solar System -Rocky planet with many craters. -Scientists have found water ice inside deep craters at the north and south poles.
    • The SECOND planet from the sun
    • known as the twin planet of the Earth also called as “Morning Star” or “Evening Star” It has a thick, poisonous atmosphere of carbon dioxide and sulfuric acid. Venus spins backwards compared to other planets
    • The 3RD planet from the sun
    • Earth is a water world, with two-thirds of the planet covered by ocean. The only world known to harbor life. Oceans at least 4 km deep cover nearly 70 percent of Earth's surface.
    • ANSWER: People cannot live in the moon due to a number of challenges they will experience. In addition, there is no oxygen supply and no source of energy for human activities such as heating.
    • THE 4TH PLANET FROM THE SUN
    • Known as the RED PLANET Mars is a small rocky body once thought to be very Earth-like. Volcanism, impacts from other bodies, movements of its crust, and atmospheric effects such as dust storms have changed its surface. It has polar ice caps that grow and recede with the change of seasons.
    • THE 5TH PLANET FROM THE SUN
    • the largest planet-serves as the “Solar System’s Vacuum Cleaner” it sucks all the dust and comets from the space Atmosphere: 90% hydrogen, 10% helium, .07% methane Its immense, complex atmosphere includes the Great Red Spot, a 300-year-old storm that is almost the size of three Earths.
    • THE 6TH PLANET FROM THE SUN
    • the second largest planet in the solar system ”The Ringed Planet” known to be the “Most Beautiful Planet” in the Solar System Composition: Saturn is a gas giant. It is made mostly of hydrogen and helium.
    • THE 7TH PLANET FROM THE SUN
    • a very cold planet the Uranus' blue color is the result of a gas called "methane" found in the planet's upper atmosphere. Composition: It is a "gas giant" with no solid surface. Interesting Facts: Uranus spins backwards compared to other planets.
    • THE 8TH PLANET FROM THE SUN
    • third largest planet in the solar system its blue color comes from “Methane gas” has the strongest winds in the Solar System Composition: Neptune is one of the Gas Giants; therefore Neptune has no solid surface.
    • THE 9TH PLANET FROM THE SUN
    • Why is Pluto no longer considered as a planet?
    • never considered as Planet much smaller than any of the official planets now classified as a "dwarf planet" Atmosphere: perhaps methane and nitrogen Facts: Pluto spins backwards to most other planets.
    • -Stars are huge balls of glowing gas in the sky. -Are over 200 billion, billion stars in the universe.
    • Asteroids  are small, airless rocky worlds revolving around the sun that are too small to be called planets.
    •  They are also known as planetoids or minor planets.
    • a system of millions or billions of stars, together with gas and dust, held together by gravitational attraction. Galaxies
    •  are basically dusty snowballs which orbit the Sun.  They are made of ices, such as water, carbon dioxide, ammonia and methane, mixed with dust. Comet
    • Application: Now, in a sheet of paper, I want you to write your reflections on how important it is to take care of our planet Earth. (5 minutes) I want a volunteer to share his/her reflection to the class.
    • What is a solar system? How many planets are there in the Solar System? What are those Planets? Why is Pluto no longer a member of the Solar System? Generalizaton:
    • Evaluation: Prepare a sheet of paper.
    • Enumeration: Copy and answer in 7 minutes. 1.Name the four small planets in the Solar System a._____ c._____ b._____ d._____ 2.Name the four giant planets in the Solar System a._____ c._____ b._____ d._____ Evaluation:
    • Get your assignment notebook and copy this. Assignment:
    • Create synthesis of the planets in the Solar System. -Put it in a one-forth illustration board -Submit it next meeting Assignment:
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