The lesson begins with the guiding question: How far does the sun move between the time your bus arrives at school, and the time you eat your lunch? Using a panorama photo, students make predictions and then collect data about the position of the sun during various times of the day in their location. There are two videos that are linked or on the site that can be shown to students relating to the lesson. The lesson instructs teachers to use the app “Photosynth” to make their own panorama photos. That app is not available any longer but there are a variety of apps for both IOS and android that could be used. There is an extension activity with a video that asks students to identify how the apparent movement of stars in the night sky relates to the path of the sun in the daytime sky.