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Positive Language — use positive language. Focus on what the child is doing and avoid using judgemental language. Be Factual — describe only what actually happened Be Relevant — include details of direct quotes and information about the context of the observation Be objective — provide facts and details during the observation.

Avoid being subjective — do not add your opinions, personal experiences, thoughts or judgements when writing down observations. Please direct comments, questions, and suggestions to: Mitzi Adams mitzi dot adams msfc dot nasa dot gov Last Updated: April 23, Pictured here, is the logo for the Sun in Time program. The Aztec calendar incorporates a mythological and calendrical system derived from earlier Mesoamerican cultures, including the Maya.

The calendar was developed by observing the Sun's motions in the sky over a long period of time. John Dimmock, They consequently had high status in Maya society.


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Despite their remarkable architectual accomplishments, the Maya had only limited metalworking skills primarily jewelry and therefore lacked metal observational instruments. They presumably made most of their astronomical observations using wooden sighting devices and building or horizon alignments. See this description of the design of their elaborate "El Caracol" observatory in Chichen Itza.

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Interestingly, the Maya never invented the wheel. The Maya apparently lived in deep fear of eclipses and the planet Venus. A preoccupation with Venus would be natural for an observationally-skilled culture because it is, by far, the brightest starlike object in the sky and exhibits very complex motions by virtue of its proximity to Earth.

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