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written by Todd Timberlake and Mario Belloni
The EJS Phases of Moon JS model displays the appearance of the Moon and how it changes depending on the position of the Moon relative to Earth and Sun. The right window shows Earth (at the center) and Moon, as well as a circle tracing out Moon's orbit. The Sun is far to the right in this picture and therefore the right side of Earth and Moon are bright while the left sides are dark. By using the options, the Moon View window (left) shows the appearance of the Moon as seen from Earth when the Moon is in the position shown in the main window.
The EJS Phases of the Moon JS model includes supplemental documents (see below) that include a middle school lesson plan.
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A pdf file with a teacher lesson plan for use with the Phases of Moon.
download 138kb .pdf
Published: October 12, 2009
A pdf file with a college-level homework exploration for use with the Phases of Moon.
download 206kb .pdf
Published: October 9, 2009
Phases of the Moon EPUB
EPUB3 format of the Phases of the Moon JS model.
download 142kb .epub
Published: June 29, 2014
Phases of the Moon Middle School Lesson Plan EPUB
The Phases of the Moon Middle School Lesson Plan in an EPUB format
download 416kb .epub
Published: June 29, 2014
View the source code document attached to this resource
Source Code for the Phases of the Moon JS Model program.
download 354kb .zip
Rights: This material is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0.
Published: July 3, 2014
AAAS Benchmark Alignments (2008 Version)
4. The Physical Setting
4A. The Universe
4B. The Earth
11. Common Themes
NSES Content Standards
Con.D: Earth & Space Science
NSES Professional Development Standards
PD.A: Learn Science Content through Inquiry
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Phases of the Moon JS Model:
Is the Basis For Earth Phases JS Model
The Phases of the Moon JS Model was modified to produce the Earth Phases JS Model.relation by Todd Timberlake
Is Supplemented By Lunar Month JS Model
The Lunar Month JS Model shows the phases of the Moon without showing their cause. The Phases of the Moon JS Model shows the Earth, Moon, and Sun and how the phases are created by the orientation of the Sun, Moon, and Earth.relation by Mario Belloni
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