I thought you all might like to use another sample worksheet from a classroom teacher of 8th graders. Unlike Tim, this is mostly research using the LFHST Homepages as well as some links on our URL (see below). My students worked in pairs and each team had access to a computer for two 50 minute class periods. Charlotte Stevens Science Teacher Taylor Road Middle School Alpharetta, Georgia URL http://www.trms.ga.net developed by Charlotte Stevens Live From the Hubble Space Telescope Internet Activity Pick from one of the following projects: 1) Hubble scientists will be observing three planets on our field trip. Select one of them and design a travel brochure that describes unique features, weather, mode of transportation and any other facts you find out about your planet. These are the planets: Neptune, Pluto, and Jupiter. You will present your project to the class on March 22. Use the TRMS Science Resource page to find your information. 2) Using the Live From the Hubble Space Telescope homepage, under the topic "Background," research the Hubble Telescope and its instruments. Make a scale model of the telescope and include a key identifying all of its parts. You must also describe the instruments on board the telescope - what their function is, where they are located - in your own words. You will present your project to the class on March 22. 3) Using the Live From the Hubble Space Telescope homepage, under the topic "Background," research Edwin Hubble's life and draw a timeline of his life. Include pictures and make it poster size or larger. You will present your project to the class on March 22. Submit to me by Friday one from the following: 1) Compose a Student Stumper of your own and the answer. To look at Student Stumpers, see the LHST homepage under "Kids Corner." If yours hasn't been asked yet, we'll send it in. 2) Compose a question to Hubble scientists and write a short explanation about why you want to know this information. If yours is acceptable we'll e-mail it. If you have some extra time in the computer lab...Extra credit! Answer a Student Stumper correctly.