11/16/2012

Nasa: Getting on an Airplane

Taken from lesson overview:
In this lesson comprised of three activities, students will learn about properties of objects and materials, and position of motion and objects through song, simple choreography, and classroom activities about the main parts of an airplane. Students will also learn the function of these parts as they relate to flight.

From Objective
Students will:
1. Identify the following parts of an airplane given a simple diagram:  fuselage, cockpit, propeller (or jet engines), tail, horizontal stabilizer, elevator, vertical stabilizer, rudder, wings ailerons, and wing flaps.
2. Explain in simple terms the function of each part they name.
3. Pitch, roll and yaw using their bodies.
4. Lift and drag using their bodies.

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Nasa: Getting on an Airplane

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