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Karnataka state 8th standard text book:Chapter-24 Beyond the Earth.

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To know the constellations history,Click here

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Karnataka state 8,9 and 10th standard text book.(Old and New version).

Teaching Outlines:BEYOND THE EARTH

  • Celestial sphere, Celestial objects and contributions of some personalities associated with the study of Celestial objects.
  • Differences between Stars and Planets.
  • Differences between Geocentric and Heliocentric models of Solar system.
  • Members of Solar system and main features of Planets.
  • Zodiacal constellations:Meaning, recognition of familiar constellation along with names and its Pattern.

Concept-1: Constellations

  • Celestial sphere, Celestial objects and contributions of some personalities associated with the study of Celestial objects.
  • Zodiacal constellations

Learning objectives

  1. Defines the term Celestial sphere and Celestial objects.
  2. Describes the contribution of some personalities associated with the study of celestial objects.
  3. Recognizes familiar constellations
  4. Names the zodiacal constellations.
  5. Describes the star patterns in the sky.
  6. Explains the main features of the Zodiacal constellations.

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Concept-2: Solar system

  • Differences between Stars and Planets.
  • Differences between Geocentric and Heliocentric models of Solar system.
  • Members of Solar system and main features of Planets.

Learning objectives

  1. Distinguishes between Geocentric and Heliocentric models of solar system.
  2. Lists the members of solar system in a particular order.
  3. States the main features of the Moon.
  4. Distinguishes between stars and planets.
  5. Explains the main features of the planets.
  6. Locates the planets Mercury, Mars, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn without the help of telescopes.
  7. Distinguishes between period of rotation and period of revolution.

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