We found 56 resources with the concept fusion
Why Are the Inner and Outer Planets Different?Lesson Planet
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
How did the planets form? An interesting video from the SciShow Space series identifies the differences between the inner and outer planets and how the history of the solar system's sun put everything in its place. Viewers also learn...
NOVA Sun Lab Lesson PlanLesson Planet
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Looking for a sun-sational multi-lesson plan full of videos, simulations, and discussion? Introduce your young scientists to all things solar with a four-part hands-on adventure. Pupils learn the basics of solar anatomy, space weather,...
Bombs Over Bikini: Teacher's GuideLesson Planet
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
The Cold War and the Manhattan Project launched the world into the nuclear age. Young historians explore how nations searched for bigger and better weapons to hold an advantage over other nations. Through discussion and comprehension...
Exploring the Universe: Crash Course Big History #2Lesson Planet
15 mins 9th - Higher Ed
According to Carl Sagan, we are all made of star particles. The second video in a series of 16 explains what happened after the big bang. It discusses cosmic background radiation, chemistry, galaxies, heavy elements, and the creation of...
Culturing Microorganisms Part 1Lesson Planet
3 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
An informative video explains how to culture microorganisms such as bacteria in a petri dish as part of the Fuse School playlist. It focuses on the need for nutrients and a proper temperature, which varies based on the location and...
Atoms As Big As Mountains—Neutron Stars ExplainedLesson Planet
5 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
What is the densest object in the universe? Neutron stars claim many unique properties—including the title of densest object—that are extreme, even for our universe. The video explains how neutron stars form and why it is important for...
Fusion Power Explained—Future or FailureLesson Planet
6 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
A day without fusion is like a day without sunshine. The video explains what fusion is and how we might be able to create the energy on Earth rather than relying on the sun. It highlights the pros and cons of fusion power.
The Faint Young Sun Paradox!Lesson Planet
3 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Does the sun have a life cycle? The video explains the confusion of what scientists expect and what the history of the earth proves. Then it offers multiple theories about the discrepancy and details the most accepted theory.
Where Did The Earth Come From?Lesson Planet
4 mins 6th - 12th
What are we made of and where did all of this stuff come from? From the Big Bang to star dust, the narrator of an entertaining video explores many different theories. Scholars learn the sequence of events that had to occur to create the...
White Dwarfs and Planetary NebulaeLesson Planet
11 mins 6th - 12th
Like a phoenix, planetary nebulae rise from the ashes of a star's demise. Young science scholars view stars in the white dwarf phase and the planetaries that sometimes occur in the aftermath. The video explains the composition of...
Gold: The Big BlingLesson Planet
4 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Heart of gold, gold mine, good as gold, gold digger. Why is gold so fascinating and such a focus of popular expression? Is it due to rarity, its shine, or some other factor? Here's a video that focuses on how gold is made and provides...
Sun vs. Atomic BombLesson Planet
4 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
The largest series of nuclear fusion reactions in our solar system has been happening for millions of years. The sun works in much the same way that atomic bombs work. Here is a video that describes how each work and the safety checks...