Drop in link – Monday 10-10:50am and Thursday 9-10:50am
Lesson Time: Tuesday 1pm.
Email photos of homework to email@example.com
Late homework with no note from parents will not be marked.
Safely Observing The Sun – Deadline Wednesday 9th at 9pm
Internal Divisions of The Sun Deadline Tuesday 15th at 9pm
Get in touch with your local astronomy societies and see if they are doing any solar observations or if they have a hydrogen alpha filter.
Have a look through the coursework section of the specification and get thinking about which aided courseworks you think you’ll like. Final decisions to be made beginning of December.
Write a paragraph on how Galileo determined the heliocentric solar system. Deadline – Monday 19th at 9pm.
Make a poster of the probes bit we did today, page 43.
If you do it on the computer, set it as your wallpaper/screensaver, and as you make more posters add them to a slideshow then you’re seeing them every day. This will make revision a TON easier.
Email a first draft by Sunday evening.
Homework 1: Copy out Erasthothenes’ method into your workbook. Make a revision card out of it and learn it off by heart.
Extra question for homework: State Newton’s law of gravitation.
Congratulations! All course material has now been taught!
Spend a minimum of 1 hour per day revising, making flashcards from lesson notes and past paper answers, doing past papers, doing worksheets, doing quizzes from past homeworks and on space.fm.
Remember the more revision you do the higher your grade will be!
Also really focus on getting the coursework finished, you should have the time to get it all finished by the end of January.