“Multiple-response items” are likemultiple-choice items.However, more than one of thealternatives can be correct. Selectth...
Which of the following phases of the moonappears to be half or more showing on aclear night?A. Dark moonB. First quarter m...
Illustrate the position of theEarth, moon, and sun duringa lunar eclipse.
Illustrate the position of theEarth, moon, and sun duringa solar eclipse.
Do something with . . .Phases of the moonLunar EclipseSolar Eclipse
Where do we start?
Do what RESEARCH shows WORKS.      CITE your SOURCES.
ENGAGE        ?EXPLORE       Styrofoam ballsEXPLANATION   ?ELABORATION EclipseEVALUATION    pre and post assessment
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Lunar thoughts

  1. 1. “Multiple-response items” are likemultiple-choice items.However, more than one of thealternatives can be correct. Selectthe best options for each multiple-response item.
  2. 2. Which of the following phases of the moonappears to be half or more showing on aclear night?A. Dark moonB. First quarter moonC. Full moonD. New moonE. Third (last) quarter moonF. Waning crescent moonG. Waning gibbous moonH. Waxing crescent moonI. Waxing gibbous moon
  3. 3. Illustrate the position of theEarth, moon, and sun duringa lunar eclipse.
  4. 4. Illustrate the position of theEarth, moon, and sun duringa solar eclipse.
  5. 5. Do something with . . .Phases of the moonLunar EclipseSolar Eclipse
  6. 6. Where do we start?
  7. 7. Do what RESEARCH shows WORKS. CITE your SOURCES.
  8. 8. ENGAGE ?EXPLORE Styrofoam ballsEXPLANATION ?ELABORATION EclipseEVALUATION pre and post assessment

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