This site is designed to provide you with an overview
of the lesson plans and subjects covered in the Aerospace Team Online
Web Site. Each lesson is listed by the title of the activity, subject
and topic covered, and the grade level for which the lesson was created.
Aerospace Lesson Plans
The Aerospace Lesson Plans provide activities for
all grade levels that focus on aeronautics and aircraft. They can be used
as stand alone lessons or as part of a unit. The three mini-units: General
Aviation Aircraft, Commercial Aircraft, and Research Aircraft provide
students with a variety of activities that span across the curriculum.
Centennial of Flight
Use these lessons in conjunction with the Centennial of Flight events or the archives.
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Use these lessons in conjunction with the Planetary Flight web site. After reviewing flight in Earth's atmosphere, students design airplanes for flight on Mars.
Use these lesson plans to teach your students about
the Wright Flyer by looking at data from the AIAA 1903 Wright Flyer wind
tunnel test. You may also access these plans and additional information
about this project at Wright
Flyer Online Lesson Plans.
Regimes of Flight
The following lesson plans were designed for use as
additional aeronautical information for students in grades 5-8. These
lessons teach students about flight at different speeds in a variety of
curriculum areas. These lesson plans are also available in PDF format.
You will need Adobe
Acrobat Reader (free shareware) to download them. Download the Regimes of Flight
PDF Lesson Plans. For more information about the Regimes of Flight
Lesson Plans, visit the Table of Contents
which provides goals, objectives, and correlations to National Standards.
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