Exploring the World of Astronomy Supplemental Student Questions
We love John H. Tiner’s science books for middle school students. He writes from a biblical perspective and has won numerous awards for his books on science and medicine for young people. These illustrated books have review questions and activities after every chapter, and Memoria Press has added additional supplemental review questions to each chapter, unit reviews, unit tests, and a final exam for each book in the series.
About the text (sold separately):
“From the rugged surface of the moon to the distant and mysterious constellations, this book provides you an exciting, educational, and edifying tour! Learn about the blue moon, the 400-year storm on Jupiter, and what is meant by “the zone of life.” Discussion ideas, questions, and research opportunities help expand this great resource on observational astronomy into an unforgettable educational resource!
- Discover how to locate constellations like those near Orion the Hunter from season to season throughout the year
- Find out how to use the Sea of Crises as your guidepost for further on the moon’s surface
- Further investigate deep sky wonders, extra solar planets, and beyond as the glorious vista of creation comes alive!
Exploring the World of Astronomy will help you reach deep into space with this God-honoring title, a part of the best-selling Exploring Series. Find helpful graphs and charts, an “Explore More” section, chapter review tests, and a helpful index.” (From the publisher)
The Supplemental Student Questions provides questions based upon the text for the student to answer.