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Moon Rock or Not?


Students will be using a list of facts about lunar rocks and their previous knowledge about rocks and minerals to decide if a sample they are given is a moon rock or not. They must come up with a claim, evidence that backs the claim, and then defend the claim to the class.

Learning Targets: 
Students will understand how rocks can be different based on their environment of formation.
Students will understand what the rocks of the moon are like and how the moon's formation caused these rocks.
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Creative Commons Licence
Next Generation and Michigan Science
Next Generation and Michigan Science: