Access the full demonstrator in the Inspiring Science Education website. You can also download the PDF.
Students simulate the historical observations of William Herschel and calculate the orbital period of Uranus.
3-4 school hours
– To become familiar with the scale of distances that astronomers deal with.
– To understand the importance of technology’s evolution in science.
– Using measure devices (ruler, protractor)
|1) Curriculum for Wales, AOL – Science and Technology, Being curious and searching for answers is essential to understanding and predicting phenomena.
2) Curriculum for Wales – AOL – Science and Technology, Matter and the way it behaves defines our universe and shapes our lives.
3) Curriculum for Wales, AOL – Science and Technology – Computation is the foundation for our digital world.
4) Curriculum for Wales, AOL – Mathematics and Numeracy – Geometry focuses on relationships involving shape, space and position, and measurement focuses on quantifying phenomena in the physical world.
|1) 2nd Grade of High school, Physics (orientation), Circular motion
2) 3rd Grade of Junior High school, Physics, Periodical phenomena
3) 2nd Grade of High school, Physics (general education), Geometric Optics
4) 2nd Grade of Junior High school, Mathematics, Trigonometry
5) 2nd Grade of High school, Mathematics (general orientation), Trigonometry
6) Skills Laboratory
|7th grade, Physics-Chemistry, Outer Space
8th grade, Physics-Chemistry, Light
9th grade, Physics-Chemistry, Motions on Earth
9th grade, Mathematics, Geometry and Measurement
11th grade, Physics-Chemistry, Waves and Electromagnetism
12th grade, Physics, Force Fields
|General secondary school – Physics:
5th grade: dimensions, mechanics I
General secondary school – Mathematics:
1st-4th grade: working with figures and bodies