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Going on a Field Trip to Observe the Sky\\ Going on a Field Trip to Observe the Sky\\
Written by: Katie Rodriggs\\ Written by: Katie Rodriggs\\
-\\ +\\We began the class by taking the students outside to observe the sky. I asked them what they saw when they looked up. At first they didn’t say much and questioningly someone mumbled the moon? So Emily put her right hand pointing up towards the moon. Someone else said the sun; Emily put her left arm up pointing the sun. I told everyone to look at the angle between the moon and the sun and directed everyone’s eyes to Emily. I asked what kind of angle is this? Some said acute, and I asked, “Is it obtuse?” “Is it acute?”, modeling with my own arms what that would look like, then I asked “Is it a right angle?”. Then I introduced the moon journals, drawing the example of the stick figures on the page, facing South, with the stick figure arms pointing at the sun and moon, making the angle between the sun and moon. They all made their observations in the moon journals. \\
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