Welcome to outer space, young scientist! We are here for you to further understand the place where we are located. Outer space (or simply space) is the expanse beyond celestial bodies and their atmospheres. Outer space is not completely empty; it is a near-perfect vacuum containing a low density of particles, predominantly a plasma of hydrogen and helium, as well as electromagnetic radiation, magnetic fields, neutrinos, dust, and cosmic rays. In this WebQuest, you will be having a chance to explore our universe.
Make a 3D solar system using common educational materials (e.g. styrofoam, bond paper, stick, etc.) and explain your creation based on your research.
First Task: Do some research about the solar system.
Second Task: Collaborate with your groupmates to create a 3D version of solar system.
Third Task: Make a narrative report and attach a photo of your created 3D version solar system.
Content: 20 points
Physical Design: 20 points
Narrative Report: 30 points
Presentation: 20 points
Participation: 10 points
Congratulations on completing your outer space exploration! By completing this, you've learned about the different planets in our solar system and become more familiar with outer space.