1. ### Motion Pictures

• Resource ID: TXLS028
• Subject: Science

In this lesson, students will be introduced to the concept of motion representation using distance vs. time graphs. Students will recognize labeling of axes, steepness related to speed, horizontal lines as non-motion, and downward slope as return to origin.

• Resource ID: TXLS006
• Subject: Science

Students will use hover pucks to measure speed over a distance of 6 meters. Once speed has been calculated, velocity will be determined using the same data. Finally, students will be able to label all points of acceleration.

3. ### Earth: A Tilted Affair

• Resource ID: TXLS059
• Subject: Science

After a brief review of direct and indirect sunlight, students will arrange heat maps and globes around a drawing of the Sun based on the tilt of Earth and how it affects Earth’s temperature.

4. ### Uses of Energy Lab

• Resource ID: TXLS018
• Subject: Science

Students will rotate through lab stations equipped with objects and videos as they explore the uses and conversion of five different types of energy.

5. ### Push Back, Pull Forward

• Resource ID: TXLS118
• Subject: Science

Students will conduct an experiment to demonstrate force, such as pushes and pulls.

6. ### Convergent Plate Boundaries

• Resource ID: TXLS135
• Subject: Science

Students will design and test models that will identify crustal features formed by convergent plate boundaries.

7. ### Going on an Expedition

• Resource ID: TXLS127
• Subject: Science

Students observe how dunes and canyons are created through agents of erosion by weathering and erosion.

8. ### DNA Sequencing

• Resource ID: TXLS128
• Subject: Science

In this lesson, students will investigate how gene expression is a regulated process controlled by DNA and the interpretations of codons through translation.

9. ### Save the Factory!

• Resource ID: TXLS071
• Subject: Science

Students will design an experiment to test the outcome of friction in force and motion. The students will create an inclined plane demonstrating their knowledge of mechanical energy and the effects of gravity on an object. Students will use previous knowledge of friction to complete their task of stopping their object. Critical thinking skills will be the focus of the lesson as students will have to utilize their scientific problem-solving skills to make decisions regarding their experiment.

10. ### Scientifically Magnetic!

• Resource ID: TXLS060