Basketball & the Science Connection

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Basketball & the Science Connection
  1. Earth Science
    1. Fossils keep a record of the past creatures so that people today can know something about how objects and events in the past. Documentary of past players can show the history and accomplishments of that player. Leaving records like banners of the past champions is a good way of leaving a record of something for people later on to know about
      1. 8.B.1.Leaving a Record: Explain how sedimentary a rock is formed (embedding plant and animal remains and leaving a record of the sequence in which plants and animals disappeared)
      2. Astronomy
        1. 8.B.1.Leaving a Record: Explain how sedimentary a rock is formed (embedding plant and animal remains and leaving a record of the sequence in which plants and animals disappeared)
          1. Fossils keep a record of the past creatures so that people today can know something about how objects and events in the past. Documentary of past players can show the history and accomplishments of that player. Leaving records like banners of the past champions is a good way of leaving a record of something for people later on to know about
          2. Biology
            1. 8.D.2. Regular and Predictable Motion: Identify and explain celestial phenomena using the regular and predictable motion of objects in the solar system
              1. Dribbling is a regular motion in basketball. Just like in the solar system the planets revolving around the sun is a regular motion in the solar system.
              2. Chemistry
                1. The football is made up of leather to help basketball players keep a good grip. when going up for a dunk, dribbling, or shooting
                  1. 8.D.2. Cite evidence of give examples of chemical properties of substances
                  2. Physics
                    1. Energy Transformation:
                      1. 8.A.4. Recognize and explain that energy can neither be created or destroyed; rather it changes form or is transferred through the action of forces
                        1. A basketball player transfer energy from his arm to the ball. as the basketball player shoots he pushes energy from his arms to the ball.
                    2. Thermodynamics
                      1. 8.A.4. Energy Transformation: Recognize and explain that energy can neither be created or destroyed; rather it changes form or is transferred through the action of forces.
                        1. A basketball players muscles are generating body heat. This is transforming heat to sweat.
                        2. Environmental Issues
                          1. Building basketball courts and arenas are environmental issue because when they build basketball courts they are tearing up land. also when building arenas they are tearing up land
                            1. 8.B.1.Recognize and explain how human activities can accelerate or magnify many naturally occurring changes.
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