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Homeroom—8/8/13. 1-Thomas, Carl 21-Walently,D *Find your Name, then 2-Thomas, Rod 22-Walker, B use the Number to locate your desk. 3-Thomas, Anth 23-Walker, Natalia 4-Thrift, A 24-Walker, William 5-Thurston, C 22-Wallace, H 6-Tindall, Julia

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Homeroom 8 8 13

Homeroom—8/8/13

1-Thomas, Carl21-Walently,D*Find your Name, then

2-Thomas, Rod22-Walker, B use the Number to locate your desk.

3-Thomas, Anth23-Walker, Natalia

4-Thrift, A 24-Walker, William

5-Thurston, C 22-Wallace, H

6-Tindall, Julia

7-Tindall, Natalie

8-Tindall, Travis

9-Tindall, TrevorThings at your Desk:

10-Tippins, A-Student Handbook

11-Todisco, D-Lunch form

12-Trinh, D-Behavioral Contract & Important Info.

13-Trinh, JasmineYour Job:

14-Trutt, Ed-Take forms home to parents/guardians

15-Turner, D-Read over all of the information

16-Turner, Janary-Fill out “Student Behavioral Contract” &

17-Tyler, A Lunch form

18-Underwood, T-Return to Me, Mrs. Hardman, Rm 30

19-Vaseur, K

20-Vassell, J


Earth systems 8 8 13

Earth Systems—8/8/13

1-Alls, R22-Powell, C*Find your Name, then

2-McCloud, D23-McFarland,Juse the Number to locate your desk.

3-Briggs, J24-Marion, M

4-Courtney, A27-Steele, I COMPLETE the 3-2-1:

5-Driggers, C28-Williams, S 3 Things you’re looking forward to this yr

6-Jackson, Oscie29-Morales,M 2 Things you’re concerned about this year

7-Edenfield, N30-Williams, J 1 Thing you want me to know about you

8-McCloud, W31-Youngblood,C

9-Herndon, Jnotebook, paper, pencil

11-Kone, L-Student Handbook

12-Drawdy, A AttendanceLesson/Tardy Policy

13-Jackson, Eric-Get to know Us & CR Rules & Procedures

14-Pennington, M-Fill out Forms & Locations of things

15-Towns, C-Get to know You—fill out forms

16- Hogwood, J-Summarizer

17-McCoy, T

18-Owens, THW-Get your Syllabus/Rules & Expectations signed.

19-Woodard, M-Get Materials for Class & Get Forms back to

20-Taylor, DHomeroom teacher

21-Mungin, Q


Earth systems do now 8 9 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/9/13

  • Pick up the SIS Form in the basket on the back table.

    -Begin filling it out

    -Be on task when the bell rings

    -Take out your Syllabus from Yesterday.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Get to know the Rules & Procedures (SIS,Attn, Cell Phone Policy, Procedure, Tardies, Syllabus, NB Setup, Online Book Locations, Website, Sci Method Rev)

    -Get to know You—fill out forms/Checkin

    -Get out 3-2-1 (Questions to ponder…)

    -Get to learn about……Earth Systems & Careers—pages GA34-35

    -Earth Science Article--Insurance

    -Brainstorm……………

  • Why Earth Science?


Questions to ponder

Questions to ponder…

  • What grade are you in?

  • What is the main reason to come to school?

  • Why are you here?

  • How does school prepare you for post-graduation?


Questions to ponder1

Questions to ponder…

What do you hope to accomplish?


Questions to ponder2

Questions to ponder…

What do you want?


Questions to ponder3

Questions to ponder…

What do you want out of life?


Questions to ponder4

Questions to ponder…

DISCIPLINE


Homeroom 8 8 13

Do Now: 8/13/13Get out 3-2-1 from last week with your “Questions to ponder…” Write down the statement below, then answer the question below.

“Discipline is REMEMBERING what you want.”

What do you want?


Questions to ponder5

Questions to ponder…

“Discipline is REMEMBERING what you want.”

What are your goals?


Questions to ponder6

Questions to ponder…

“Discipline is REMEMBERING what you want.”

What are your goals?

How do you plan on accomplishing those goals?


Questions to ponder7

Questions to ponder…

“Discipline is REMEMBERING what you want.”

Name 2 short term goals & 1 Long term goal.


Questions to ponder8

Questions to ponder…

“Discipline is REMEMBERING what you want.”

What do you think the “key” word is in this sentence?


Questions to ponder9

Questions to ponder…

“Discipline is REMEMBERING what you want.”

Don’t forget to REMEMBER.


Earth systems 8 12 13

Earth Systems8/12/13

ACTIVATING STRATEGY

  • Take out 1 Clean Sheet of Paper

  • At the Top of your Paper….. Write down: “The Four BIGGIES of Earth Systems.”

  • Draw a picture of the Earth. Examine the Earth you drew.

  • Make an educated guess of what you think the major areas of Earth Science is. Use your drawing to help you think.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • The 4 Biggies of ES & Discussion on “Earth Sys Intro” pp2-3

  • Earth Systems Lesson & Discussion

  • Biotic/Abiotic

  • Summarizer

  • HW? Earth Science Article—Insurance

  • Lab tomorrow?

    Why Earth Science?


Homeroom 8 8 13

  • TOTD: What was your conclusion? Is it alive or not? Support your answer


Earth systems 8 13 13

Earth Systems8/13/13

  • Get out your 3-2-1 and/or “Questions to Ponder” from Thursday/Friday

  • Info: We will be finishing these Questions up before moving on…

  • So On your Do Now paper:Write down what you did with your “Questions to Ponder”.

    -Example: We took them out and continued working on the “Questions to Ponder”.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • “Questions to Ponder” Finish

  • Density Lab: Materials/Water

  • Earth Systems & Careers—pages GA34-35

  • Earth Science Article--Insurance

    Why Earth Science?


Group leaders

Group Leaders

  • Osie Jackson

  • Eric Jackson

  • Michael Woodard

  • Jannie McFarland

  • Shantrelle Williams

  • Charlie Driggers

  • Nathan Edenfield


Chapter 1 vocab

Chapter 1 Vocab

  • Earth Science

  • Geology

  • Oceanography

  • Meteorology

  • Astronomy

  • Hydrosphere

  • Atmosphere

  • Geosphere

  • Biosphere

  • Core

  • Mantle

  • Crust


Earth systems 8 14 13

Earth Systems8/14/13

Activator:

  • What is the Density of Water? (If you don’t know, use your book or explain what you know about water & how other liquids/substances respond to/with it). TRY…..

  • 1ml = 1 gram, so if you have 100ml of water, how many grams of water would you have?

  • Take out your Lab from yesterday

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Complete Density Lab: Materials/Water

  • Earth Systems & Careers—pages GA34-35

  • “In the News…”

  • Chapter 1 Vocabulary

  • Why Earth Science?


Careers in earth systems 8 14 13

Careers in Earth Systems8/14/13

On the back of your “Density Lab Paper”

1. Turn to Pp GA34-35

2. Pair up with another student.

3. Read about the 6 Careers

4. Each one of you pick 4 of the Careers. Write a 1-2 summary sentence(s) about what you read for those Careers.

5. In addition, write a sentence describing which particular career interests you most out of the six and WHY?

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Complete Density Lab: Materials/Water

  • Earth Systems & Careers—pages GA34-35

  • Chapter 1 Vocabulary

    Why Earth Science?


Earth systems do now 8 15 13

Earth Systems Do Now8/15/13

Take out your Careers in Earth Systems you began yesterday.

1. Turn to Pp GA34-35

2. Read about the 6 Careers

3. Pick 4 of the Careers. Write a 1-2 summary sentence(s) about what you read for those Careers.

4. In addition, write a sentence describing which particular career interests you most out of the six and WHY?

5. Document in your DO NOW: “Completed Careers in ES”

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Earth Systems & Careers—pages GA34-35

  • Nebular Hypothesis Assignment: Nebular Hypothesis, p2-5

  • Chapter 1 Vocabulary

    Why Earth Science?


Nebular hypothesis

Nebular Hypothesis

  • Read Section 1-1, pp2-5

  • Draw, Label, & Color a diagram of the Nebular Hypothesis, pp 3-4, Figure 3

  • Provide a Description for each part A-E

  • Turn in @ Front


Earth systems do now 8 16 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/16/13

  • Take out “DO NOW” Handout; answer the following:

  • In one sentence, what is the Nebular Hypothesis about?

  • Is the Nebular Hypothesis true? Explain why or why not.

    →notebook, paper, pencil, turn in Neb. Hypothesis assignment if you kept it.

  • Nebular Hypothesis Lesson/ppt. Star Formation

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-LcOkGFonA

  • Chapter 1 Vocab

  • In the News!


Chapter 1 vocab1

Chapter 1 Vocab

  • Earth Science

  • Geology

  • Oceanography

  • Meteorology

  • Astronomy

  • Hydrosphere

  • Atmosphere

  • Geosphere

  • Biosphere

  • Core

  • Mantle

  • Crust


Chapter 1 vocab2

Chapter 1 Vocab

  • Earth Science13. Latitude

  • Geology14. Longitude

  • Oceanography15. Topographic map

  • Meteorology16. Contour line

  • Astronomy17. Contour interval

  • Hydrosphere18. System

  • Atmosphere19. Hypothesis

  • Geosphere 20. Theory

  • Biosphere21. Law

  • Core22. Innercore

  • Mantle23. Outercore

  • Crust


Chapter 1 vocab3

Chapter 1 Vocab

24. Lithosphere

25. Troposphere

26. Stratosphere

27. Mesosphere

28. Themosphere


Earth systems do now 8 19 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/19/13

  • Take out “DO NOW” Handout; answer the following:

  • Read p6, “Earth’s Place in the Universe.” Write a well-developed paragraph describing what you read. (4 -5 Sentences).

    2. What are the two main areas of geology?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-LcOkGFonA

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • “How Big Are You?” ppt & Powers of 10

  • Layers of the Earth & How AMAZING it is!!!

  • Layers of the Atmosphere Foldable

  • Read Pp11-15/Finish Vocabulary

    **Chapter 1Vocab Quiz on Thursday--STUDY


Chapter 1 vocab4

Chapter 1 Vocab

  • Earth Science13. Latitude

  • Geology14. Longitude

  • Oceanography15. Topographic map

  • Meteorology16. Contour line

  • Astronomy17. Contour interval

  • Hydrosphere18. System

  • Atmosphere19. Hypothesis

  • Geosphere 20. Theory

  • Biosphere21. Law

  • Core22. Innercore

  • Mantle23. Outercore

  • Crust


Earth system insurance article

Earth System Insurance Article

  • Read the article

  • Identify & Write down unfamiliar words

  • Look up the unfamiliar words

  • Take Notes over what you read—Identify the important parts

  • What is the Main Idea of the Article?

  • In a 1-2 paragraph, Discuss what you’ve learned about Insurance payouts & Climate Change. Include how you believe learning about the Earth & how it functions will help you in the future?


Ticket out the door

Ticket out the Door!

  • What is your significance here on earth and in the universe? Explain.

  • What makes you “unique” or significant in the grand scheme of things?

  • Who are you? How do you define yourself? What kind of “mark” will you leave behind?


Earth systems do now 8 19 131

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/19/13

  • Take out “DO NOW” Handout; answer the following:

  • Read p6, “Earth’s Place in the Universe.” Write a well-developed paragraph describing what you read. (4 -5 Sentences).

    2. What are the two main areas of geology?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-LcOkGFonA

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • “How Big Are You?” ppt & Powers of 10

  • Layers of the Earth & How AMAZING it is!!!

  • Earth Systems Insurance Article

  • Read Pp11-15/Finish Vocabulary

    **Chapter 1Vocab Quiz on Thursday--STUDY


Earth systems do now 8 20 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/20/13

You may use your book, if you need to.

  • What happens to meteors in the Mesosphere?

  • Give 2 Facts about the Stratosphere

  • Which “sphere” do we live in?

  • The Space shuttle orbits the earth in the Thermosphere, what else occurs here?

    ***Take out your Layers of the Earth Handout From yesterday

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Finish “Layers of the Atmosphere” Foldable

  • Latitude/Longitude Lesson & Practice

  • Vocabulary Practice –Quiz Thursday


Do now earth systems 8 21 13 directed reading predicting p7 10

Do Now Earth Systems 8/21/13Directed Reading: Predicting p7-10

  • Hydrospherea. _________ b. ___________

  • Atomosphere c. _________ d. __________

  • Geospheree. _________ f. ___________

  • Biosphereg. _________ h. ___________

  • Corei. __________ J. ___________

  • Mantlek. __________ l. ___________

  • Crustm.__________ n. ___________

    -Take out HW: Latitude/Longitude

    -Latitude/Longitude Lab; Insurance Article


Ch 1 vocab take out your vocab highlighted words vocab quiz

Ch 1 Vocab—Take out your Vocab; Highlighted words=Vocab quiz

  • Earth Science13. Latitude

  • Geology14. Longitude

  • Oceanography15. Topographic map

  • Meteorology16. Contour line

  • Astronomy17. Contour interval

  • Hydrosphere18. System

  • Atmosphere19. Hypothesis

  • Geosphere20. Theory

  • Biosphere21. Law

  • Core22. Innercore

  • Mantle23. Outercore

  • Crust *Stratosphere *Troposphere

    -Take out HW: Latitude/Longitude

    -Latitude/Longitude Lab; Insurance Article


Earth system insurance article1

Earth System Insurance Article

  • Read the article

  • Identify & Write down unfamiliar words

  • Look up the unfamiliar words

  • Take Notes over what you read—Identify the important parts

  • What is the Main Idea of the Article?

  • In a 1-2 paragraph, Discuss what you’ve learned about Insurance payouts & Climate Change. Include how you believe learning about the Earth & how it functions will help you in the future?


Chapter 1 vocab5

Chapter 1 Vocab

24. Lithosphere

25. Troposphere

26. Stratosphere

27. Mesosphere

28. Themosphere


8 21 earth system insurance article

8/21-Earth System Insurance Article

  • Group up

  • Read the article

  • Identify & Write down unfamiliar words

  • Look up the unfamiliar words

  • Take Notes over what you read—Identify the important parts

  • What is the Main Idea of the Article?


Do now 8 22 13

Do Now 8/22/13

  • I ________________

  • O _______________

  • M_______________

  • C ________________

  • T ________________

  • S ________________

  • M _______________

  • I _________________

  • T ________________

  • E ________________

  • Using the 1st letter for the Layers of the Earth & Atm, create a pneumonic device to help you remember the layers in order.

    →notebook, paper, pencil, CW/HW: Latitude & Longitude Lab

  • Mexico EQ/ Hurricane Season?

  • CH 1 Vocabulary Quiz

  • Topography Lesson/ Discovery: “Mapping the Earth”

  • Extending: Calculating Gradient

  • Read Pp11-17, #1-10 answer using CS


Earth systems do now 8 23 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/23/13

Use your book or notes to find the answers below

  • What is a Topographic Map, & who uses them?

  • What are contour lines?

  • What are Hachured lines? What do they show on a map?

    →notebook, paper, pencil, take out “Calculating Gradient”

  • Calculating Gradient

  • Hand back CH 1 Vocabulary Quiz

  • Maps: Advantages & Disadvantages

  • Safari “What we learn about the Earth from Space”, Finish.. Or Earth’s Greatest Discoveries

  • Read Pp11-17, #1-10 answer using CS; on p30, #31-33; p31, #4-7


Maps advantages disadvantages p12 13

Maps: Advantages & Disadvantages-p12-13


Earth systems do now 8 26 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/26/13

Have your BLUE SCHEDULES out on your desk.

Turn to p9-10 in your book

  • What are the 3 main parts of the geosphere?

  • The plate tectonics theory helps Scientists explain………………….

  • What sort of energy allows the tectonic plates to move?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Classroom Map Activity

  • Ch 1 handouts

  • “100 Greatest Discoveries: Earth Science”

  • Ch 1 Unit Test: Wednesday


Earth systems do now 8 27 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/27/13

P16-17

  • What is GPS? What do the letters GPS stand for?

  • What do you think GIS stands for? Do you think it is similar to GPS? Why or Why not?

    GPS Aviation

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9G_SdCcYFJw

  • http://www.google.com/mobile/latitude/index.html

  • GIS Flash Video

  • Ch 1 handouts/Review

  • “Greatest Discoveries”

    Chapter 1 Unit test—Wednesday/Thursday


Earth system insurance article2

Earth System Insurance Article

  • Read the article

  • Identify & Write down unfamiliar words

  • Look up the unfamiliar words

  • Take Notes over what you read—Identify the important parts

  • What is the Main Idea of the Article?

  • In a 1-2 paragraph, Discuss what you’ve learned about Insurance payouts & Climate Change. Include how you believe learning about the Earth & how it functions will help you in the future?


Homeroom 8 8 13

http://blogs.denverpost.com/captured/2010/07/13/captured-new-york-city-from-above/2331/

http://teachengineering.org/collection/uoh_/lessons/uoh_dig_mapping_less1/Lesson1Supp_Lower_Manhattan_1916.pdf

  • Africa


Earth systems do now 8 28 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/28/13

Bring back “White Census” sheet given in Homeroom.

  • P 30, Map Skills, Answer #31-33. Do not copy the questions. Use your book or notes to help you.

    2. List the Steps of the Scientific Method from memory as best as you can

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Independent & dependent variables

  • Review

  • “Greatest Discoveries”

  • Chapter 1 Unit Test tomorrow--study


Earth systems 8 29 13

Earth Systems8/29/13

  • What does DRY MIX stand for?

  • What is the difference between a renewable & nonrenewable resource. Give examples of each

  • Take out Ch 1 Review & study

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Chapter 1 Unit Test

  • “Greatest Discoveries”


Earth systems 8 30 13

Earth Systems8/30/13

  • What did you like best about the test?

  • What did you like least about the test?

  • What was the easiest part/hardest part of the test for you?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Go over Chapter 1 Unit Test

  • Frayer Model

  • “Greatest Discoveries”

  • Energy Vocabulary

  • Earth Systems Insurance Article?


Earth systems 8 30 131

Earth Systems8/30/13

Frayer Models

  • Conduction

  • Convection

  • Radiation

  • Reflection

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Go over Chapter 1 Unit Test

  • “Greatest Discoveries”

  • Energy Vocabulary

  • Earth Systems Insurance Article?


Homeroom 8 8 13

1-Condensation12-Evaporation25-Meteorology

2-Conduction13-Melting26-Hypothesis

3-Convection14-Freezing27-Theory

4-Radiation15-sublimation28-1g/ml

5-Refraction16- solidification29-Astronomy

6-Temperature17-Specific heat

7-Heat18-Absolute Zero

8-Reflection19-Potential Energy

9-Scattering20-Kinetic Energy

10-Greenhouse Effect 21-Precipitation

11-Electromagnetic Spectrum 22-geology

23-Geosphere 24-Hydrosphere

Don’t copy down the “BLACK” words


Earth systems do now 9 3 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 9/3/13

Turn to p483-

  • What is “Heat”?

  • What is “Temperature”?

  • Explain how heat & temperature different?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Energy Lesson/Review

  • Energy Vocabulary

  • Ch 17 Temperature Handouts

    Energy Vocabulary Quiz—coming…Be prepared!


8 30 13 energy vocabulary

8/30/13 Energy Vocabulary

Define the words below.

1-Condensation12-Evaporation

2-Conduction13-Melting

3-Convection14-Freezing

4-Radiation15-sublimation

5-Refraction

6-Temperature

7-Heat -After defining words; read pp476-482

8-Reflection -Continue reading when your done.

9-Scattering

10-Greenhouse Effect

11-Electromagnetic Spectrum


Earth system insurance article3

Earth System Insurance Article

  • Read the article

  • Identify & Write down unfamiliar words

  • Look up the unfamiliar words

  • Take Notes over what you read—Identify the important parts

  • What is the Main Idea of the Article?

  • In a 1-2 paragraph, Discuss what you’ve learned about Insurance payouts & Climate Change. Include how you believe learning about the Earth & how it functions will help you in the future?


Earth systems do now 8 30 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/30/13

1-Pick three to four “Energy” Vocabulary Words that you have defined and Write a 4-5 sentence paragraph using these words.

2-Take out 1 clean sheet of paper

3-At the Top: Write “Heat Transfer Lab”

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Heat Transfer Lab—

  • Energy Lesson—Cont’d

    Energy Vocabulary Quiz—Friday…Be prepared!


Earth systems do now 9 5 12

Earth SystemsDo Now 9/5/12

  • From Memory list the Steps of the Scientific Method.

  • What does DRY MIX stand for?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Vocabulary Review & Chapter 1 Review

  • Chapter 1 Unit Test Tomorrow—Study & get your notebook in order for your test.

  • NOVA: “A Storm that Drowned a City”


Do now 9 7 12 energy vocabulary

DO Now 9/7/12Energy Vocabulary

On a Clean Sheet of Paper begin defining the words below. Get ready to pass up your DO NOWs; document in today’s DN that you defined vocabulary

1-Condensation

2-Conduction

3-Convection

4-Radiation

5-Refraction

6-Temperature

7-Heat -After defining words; read pp483-487

8-Reflection-NOVA: “A Storm that Drowned a City”


Do now 9 10 12 energy vocabulary

DO Now 9/10/12 Energy Vocabulary

Continue defining the words below. Document in today’s DN that you defined vocabulary.

1-Condensation12-Evaporation

2-Conduction13-Melting

3-Convection14-Freezing

4-Radiation15-sublimation

5-Refraction

6-Temperature

7-Heat -After defining words; read pp483-487

8-Reflection -NOVA: “A Storm that Drowned a City”

9-Scattering

10-Greenhouse Effect

11-Electromagnetic Spectrum


Do now 9 10 12 energy vocabulary1

DO Now 9/10/12 Energy Vocabulary

Continue defining the words below. Document in today’s DN that you defined vocabulary.

9-Scattering

10-Greenhouse Effect

11-Electromagnetic Spectrum

12-Evaporation

13-Melting

14-Freezing

15-sublimation

-After defining words; read pp483-487


Earth systems do now 9 4 13

Earth SystemsDo Now 9/4/13

1-Pick three to four “Energy” Vocabulary Words that you have defined and Write a 4-5 sentence paragraph using these words. Use your Vocabulary, Notes or Book to help you.

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Heat Transfer Lab—

    -Take out 1 clean sheet of paper

    -At the Top: Write “Heat Transfer Lab”

  • Ch 17 Temperature Handouts

  • Safari: Heat

  • Energy Lesson—Cont’d

    Energy Vocabulary Quiz—Friday…Be prepared!


Lab report heat transfer lab

LAB REPORT: Heat Transfer Lab

  • MATERIALS:

  • PURPOSE:

  • PROCEDURE:

    (Step by Step Process of what was done)

  • ANALYSIS & CONCLUSIONS:

    1.What are the 3 Types of Heat Transfer that was observed in the Lab?

    2.Describe the 3 Types of Heat Transfer & tell where you saw each take place during the lab and how you know it was that particular type.

    ***Read pp483-487, p487 #1-6, CS


Earth systems 9 5 13

Earth Systems9/5/13

Take out your Energy Notes from Tuesday & turn to p483-487

  • What is the difference between Kinetic & Potential Energy?

  • List 3 ways heat can be transferred & describe each.

  • What is the source of Electromagnetic waves?

    →notebook, paper, pencil, Energy Notes out

  • Temperature & Heat Lesson Energy Lesson—Cont’d

  • Ch 17 Temperature Handouts

  • Safari: Planet Weather Heat Part 2 (16:12)

  • HW: Energy Vocabulary Handout

    Energy Vocabulary Quiz—Friday, 9/6/13, Study…..


Earth systems

Earth Systems

Take out the “Frayer Model” handout from Friday. Complete if you haven’t

  • Conduction

  • Convection

  • Radiation

  • Reflection

    →notebook, paper, pencil


Do now 9 6 energy bingo pick 24 words and write them in the boxes of your bingo card

DO NOW 9/6--Energy BingoPick 24 Words and write them in the boxes of your Bingo Card.

1-Condensation12-Evaporation25-Meteorology

2-Conduction13-Melting26-Hypothesis

3-Convection14-Freezing27-Theory

4-Radiation15-sublimation28-1g/ml

5-Refraction16- solidification29-Astronomy

6-Temperature17-Specific heat

7-Heat18-Absolute Zero

8-Reflection19-Potential Energy

9-Scattering20-Kinetic Energy

10-Greenhouse Effect 21-Precipitation

11-Electromagnetic Spectrum 22-geology

23-Geosphere 24-Hydrosphere

*Pass back Bingo Cards & follow directions

*Do Now Sheet…


Daily plan 9 6 13

Daily Plan9/6/13

→notebook, paper, pencil, HW: Energy Vocabulary Handout

  • Energy Bingo!!! Set up Bingo card!

  • Energy Vocabulary Quiz—

  • Hurricane Online Lab (Media Center)


Earth systems 9 6 9 13

Earth Systems9/6-9/13

  • Log On to your Computer

  • Internet Explorer: Go to Google, Google “Online Hurricane Lab”

    DAY WASTED DUE TO Miscommunication; went back to Media Ctr, worked on Online lab.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Hurricane Activity: Parts 1-5

    -Pick 4 to complete

    -Required parts #1 & #5

  • Hand back Assessment: Energy Vocab Quiz

  • Biweekly Weather Report

  • Safari: Planet Weather Heat Part 2 (16:12)


Earth systems 9 10 13

Earth Systems9/10/13

-Pick up New Do Now Sheet

-For yesterday, 9/9/13, Label “No Do Now Assembly”

-For Today, write down the date. We’ll do a Do Now for today when we return from Media Center.

→notebook, paper, pencil, take out Video Notes: “Heat”

  • Finish & Turn in Hurricane Online Lab (Media Ctr)

  • Hand back Assessment: Energy Vocab Quiz

  • Biweekly Weather Report

  • Safari: Planet Weather Heat Part 2 (16:12)


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Earth Systems9/11/13

Label “No Do Now” for 9/9 & 9/10

Take out your Energy Notes & ESRT Folder

  • Why does Water heat up and cool down slower on land?

  • What happens at Absolute Zero?

  • Name the three temperature Scales, & what is the temperature for freezing for each of the scales above.

    →notebook, paper, pencil, take out Video Notes: “Heat”

  • Hand back Assessment: Energy Vocab Quiz

  • Biweekly Weather Report/Tropics & Weather Update

  • Weather Vocabulary

  • Safari: Planet Weather—HEAT Part 2 (16:12)

  • Finish & Turn in Hurricane Online Lab (Media Ctr)/Weather Websites


Weather vocabulary

Weather Vocabulary

  • Precipitation

  • Humidity

  • Saturated

  • Relative humidity

  • Dew point

  • Hygrometer/psychrometer

  • Dry adiabatic rate

  • Wet adiabatic rate

  • Orographic lifting

  • Front

  • Air pressure

  • Barometer

  • Pressure gradient

14. Coriolis effect

15. Jet Stream


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Earth Systems9/12/13

Finish reading the Article on pp495-.

1- Write a 1-2 sentence summary for EACH of the headings below:

a. Size of Ozone Holeb. Ozone Hole

c. Yearly changes in O. Hole d. Volcanic Gases

2- Take out “Weather Vocab” & Video Notes: “Heat” Part 1

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Vocabulary/Weather Vocabulary Activity

  • Safari: Planet Weather: HEAT Part 2 (16:52)

  • Katrina ppt intro.


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Earth Systems9/13/13

Read the Article on pp494.

1- Write a 1-2 sentence summary for EACH of the headings below:

a. “Earth Atmosphereb. O2 from Photosynthesis

c. Atmosphere from Spaced. O2 Cycle

e. Fertile Land

2-Take out Safari: Planet Weather Heat Notes “Label Part 3”

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Colorado?

  • Safari: Planet Weather: HEAT Part 3 (44:02)

  • Read pp575-77; “Development of Hurricanes”

  • Weather Vocabulary Activity

  • Katrina ppt intro.

  • Tracking Hurricane Humberto


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Earth Systems9/13/13

Hurricane Humberto:

Lat: 24.4 °N Long: 30.2 °W; Speed 75mph; Pressure 984mb

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Safari: Planet Weather: HEAT Part 3 (44:02)

  • Read pp575-77; “Development of Hurricanes”

  • Weather Vocabulary Activity

  • Katrina ppt intro.

  • Tracking Hurricane Humberto


Weather vocabulary1

Weather Vocabulary

  • Precipitation

  • Humidity

  • Saturated

  • Relative humidity

  • Dew point

  • Hygrometer/psychrometer

  • Dry adiabatic rate

  • Wet adiabatic rate

  • Orographic lifting

  • Front

  • Air pressure

  • Barometer

  • Pressure gradient

14. Coriolis effect

15. Jet Stream

16. Cyclone

17. Anticyclone

18. Trade winds

19. Westerlies

20. Polar easterlies

21. Prevailing Wind

22. Anemometer

23. El Nino

24. Air mass

25. Warm Front

26. Cold front

27.Stationary Front

28. Occluded Front


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Earth Systems--9/13/13

Turn to p579 in your book. Answer questions #1 & 3. Use complete sentences

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Finish Weather Vocabulary

  • Hurricane Powerpoint Project


Weather vocabulary2

Weather Vocabulary

  • Precipitation

  • Humidity

  • Saturated

  • Relative humidity

  • Dew point

  • Hygrometer/psychrometer

  • Dry adiabatic rate

  • Wet adiabatic rate

  • Orographic lifting

  • Front

  • Air pressure

  • Barometer

  • Pressure gradient

14. Coriolis effect

15. Jet Stream

16. Cyclone

17. Anticyclone

18. Trade winds

19. Westerlies

20. Polar easterlies

21. Prevailing Wind

22. Anemometer

23. El Nino

24. Air mass

25. Warm Front

26. Cold front

27.Stationary Front

28. Occluded Front


Weather vocabulary3

Weather Vocabulary

  • Precipitation

  • Humidity

  • Saturated

  • Relative humidity

  • Dew point

  • Hygrometer/psychrometer

  • Dry adiabatic rate

  • Wet adiabatic rate

  • Orographic lifting

  • Front

  • Air pressure

  • Barometer

  • Pressure gradient

14. Coriolis effect

15. Jet Stream

16. Cyclone

17. Anticyclone

18. Trade winds

19. Westerlies

20. Polar easterlies

21. Prevailing Wind

22. Anemometer

23. El Nino

24. Air mass

25. Warm Front

26. Cold front

27.Stationary Front

28. Occluded Front


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Earth Systems9/16/13

  • Pick up Do Now Sheet

  • Turn to ?????? (use complete sentences where appropriate)

    →notebook, paper, pencil, Weather Vocabulary Activity out

  • Tracking Hurricane Humberto

  • Read pp575-77; “Development of Hurricanes”

  • Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale/Update on Irene Clips

  • Hurricane Powerpoint Project

  • “A Storm that drowned a City” NOVA

  • Tomorrow…


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Earth Systems9/16/13

Humberto:

9/13 Lat: 24.4 °N Long: 30.2 °W; Speed 75mph; Pressure 984mb

9/16 Lat: 25.4 °N Long: 35.4 °W; Speed 40mph; Pressure 1004mb

Ingrid

9/16 Lat: 23.4 °N Long: 97.1 °W; Speed 75mph; Pressure 989mb

→notebook, paper, pencil, Weather Vocabulary Activity out

  • Tracking Hurricane Humberto

  • Read pp575-77; “Development of Hurricanes”

  • Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale/Update on Irene Clips

  • Hurricane Powerpoint Project

  • “A Storm that drowned a City” NOVA

  • Tomorrow…


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Earth Systems9/17/13

Turn to p575-576 in your book (Write down the statements)

  • Hurricanes in other parts of the world are called………

  • List 3 facts about Hurricane Katrina’s devastation

  • Hurricane Katrina is the ______ & ________ in the US since 1928.

    →notebook, paper, pencil, Biweekly Weather Study Due 10/17/13

  • Yesterday’s Hurricane Project pp575-577 (20min)

  • Hurricane Powerpoint Details…

  • Due Friday 9/20/13, drop in “H” drive (Homework Folder)  Hardman-A  Earth Systems 1st block Hurricane Powerpoint

  • NOVA “A Storm that Drowned a City” Part 1


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Earth Systems9/18-19/13

Turn to p575-576 in your book (Write down the statements)

  • Explain how hurricanes are becoming more & more of a threat to people?

  • Where do most hurricanes form on the Earth?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Hurricane Powerpoint (Media Ctr)

  • Due Today 9/19/13, drop in “H” drive (Homework Folder)  Hardman-A  Earth Systems 1st block Hurricane Powerpoint or email: [email protected]

  • Tracking Hurricanes? (next slide)

  • Presentations

  • Part 2: NOVA “A Storm that Drowned a City”

  • Weather Vocabulary


Earth systems 9 18 13

Earth Systems9/18/13

Humberto:

9/13 Lat: 24.4 °N Long: 30.2 °W; Speed 75mph; Pressure 984mb

9/16 Lat: 25.4 °N Long: 35.4 °W; Speed 40mph; Pressure 1004mb

9/17 Lat: 27.8 °N Long: 42.7 °W; Speed 40mph; Pressure 1007mb

Ingrid

9/16 Lat: 23.4 °N Long: 97.1 °W; Speed 75mph; Pressure 989mb

9/17 Lat: 23.7 °N Long: 99.9 °W; Speed 25mph; Pressure 1008mb

→notebook, paper, pencil, Weather Vocabulary Activity out

  • Tracking Hurricane Humberto

  • Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale/Update on Irene Clips

  • Hurricane Powerpoint Project

  • “A Storm that drowned a City” NOVA

  • Tomorrow…


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Earth Systems9/20/13

Turn to p578 in your book. Read the article over “Wind & Storms”

  • After reading… write a 2 sentence summary, explaining what you read for the following:

    a. “Wind & Storms” c. Thunderstorms

    b. Monsoons d. Lightning & Thunder

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Presentations

  • Current Event: Flood Insurance Rates

  • Weather Vocabulary

  • NOVA Part 2

  • Weather Lesson & Quasi Meterology


Earth systems 9 23 13

Earth Systems--9/23/13

Turn to p579 in your book. Read the article over “Wind & Storms”

  • After reading… write a 2 sentence summary, explaining what you read for the following:

    a. Tornadoes c. “How Tropical Storms Develop”

    b. Blizzards d. “Impact of Tropical Storms”

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • NOVA Part 3-Finish & turn in

  • Current Event: Flood Insurance Rates

  • Weather Vocabulary—Weather Vocab Quiz—Thurs/Fri

  • Weather Lesson & Quasi Meterology


Earth systems 9 24 13

Earth Systems--9/24/13

  • Turn to p579 in your book. Answer questions #1, 3. Use complete sentences

  • Take out yesterday’s HW: Weather Vocab Handout

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • HW: Weather Vocabulary Handout

  • Meteorology How important is weather?

  • Basic Weather Notes & Practice—Quasi Meterologist…

  • Station Model Check & Lab


Homeroom 8 8 13

DO NOW 9/25/13

Take out Weather Notes & ESRT Folders p 13

For A – F, tell what each letter represents on the STATION MODEL and answer the question if there is one. (USE your ESRT Folder or NOTES

A

F

76

115

B

..

+30\

Current Weather?

45

E

D Is the Barometric

Trend rising or

falling?

C

Read pp504-509


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Earth Systems--9/25/13

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Station Model Handout (from yesterday)

  • Station Model Lab—

  • Basic Weather Lesson & Notes: DewPoint & Relative Humidity

  • Using ESRT Sheets


Earth systems 9 26 13

Earth Systems--9/26/13

  • P 506-What is humidity? Name 2 ways Meteorologists express the water-vapor content of the air?

  • What is dewpoint? Read the first paragraph on p508 “Dew Point,” Describe what happens to the “parcel of air” when it is cooled further….and then what occurs during the evening hours…

    →notebook, paper, pencil

    -Activator: “Weather Forecasting”

    -Basic Weather Lesson & Notes: DewPoint & Relative Humidity

    -Dew Point & Relative Humidity Practice handout

    -Lab Test tomorrow: Station Model & ESRT Sheets


Homeroom 8 8 13

—RH & DP

Using the charts on page 12 of the ESRTs, calculate the relative

humidity and dew point using the following information.

76

6

11

2

30

2

86

26

12

7

6

Vocabulary Quiz coming soon…


Earth systems 9 27 13

Earth Systems--9/27/13

Take out Notes, & ESRT Sheets.

P506-

  • Explain at what point is air said to be “saturated?”

  • What is relative humidity and what does it indicate?

  • What are the 2 ways relative humidity can be changed?

    Read pp504-509…

    →notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Sheets & Notes

  • Dewpoint & Relative Humidity Practice--Chart

  • Lab Test: Station Model

  • Monday: Dewpoint & Relative Humidity Quiz


Homeroom 8 8 13

9/30/13—Add these three words & their definitions to your Weather Vocabulary. Document in your DoNow what you did.

  • Transpiration-a process in plants that releases water vapor from their leaves into an area which can affect both the temperature & precipitation for an area

  • Psychrometer-an instrument used to measure __________ _________

  • Isobar- lines on a map that connect places of equal air pressure. The spacing of isobars indicates the amount of pressure change over a given distance.


Homeroom 8 8 13

Practice 9/30/13—Draw the chart in your DoNows, then

Use the charts on page 12 of the ESRTs, calculate the relative

humidity and dew point using the following information.

45

4

15

8

36

5

65

23

10

2

8

Dewpoint Chart

RH Chart


Homeroom 8 8 13

Quick Quiz—RH & DP

Using the charts on page 12 of the ESRTs, calculate the relative

humidity and dew point using the following information.

76

6

11

2

30

2

86

26

12

7

6

Dewpoint Chart

RH Chart


Earth systems 9 30 13

Earth Systems9/30/13

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Dewpoint & Relative Humidity Quiz

  • Finish Station Model Lab Test

  • Weather Vocabulary Bingo

  • Reading Assignment


Earth systems 10 1 13

Earth Systems10/1/13

Activator: Read pp492-493, & study Figure 20.

  • What are Isotherms?

  • What pattern(s) do you see on the map.

  • What month are these temperatures reflecting?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Isobar Lesson/Practice/Activity

  • Weather Bingo

  • Hurricane Plotting & Application


Earth systems do now 10 2 13

Earth Systems Do Now10/2/13

Activator:

  • Read the following “Weather Forecasting” Article

  • Write a summary paragraph about the article (4-5 sentences) in your own words.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Bingo

  • Hurricane Plotting & Application

  • Directed Reading


Weather vocabulary4

Weather Vocabulary

  • Precipitation

  • Saturated

  • Relative humidity

  • Dew point

  • psychrometer

  • Orographic lifting

  • Front

  • Air pressure

  • Barometer

  • Pressure gradient

  • meteorology

14. Coriolis effect

15. Jet Stream

16. Cyclone

17. Isobar

18. Isotherm

19. transpiration

22. Anemometer

23. El Nino

24. Air mass

25. Warm Front

26. Cold front

27.Stationary Front

28. Occluded Front


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Earth Systems10/3/13

Pp506-

Take out Notes over Isoline, Isotherms…

  • What does a low dew point indicate about the moisture content of air?

  • Using your Isoline Notes, describe how to draw isotherms on a Map. What is the first thing you are to do? And Continue…

  • For the following Barometric Pressure what would you add to the number ? A) 012 = _________mb B) 960 = ____________mb

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Isobar Lesson/Practice

  • Creating a Weather Instrument (9:11) Gather Research…Innovate!

  • NOVA: Planet Weather WIND Part 1: 20min


Earth systems 10 4 13

Earth Systems10/4/13

  • Log on to

    http://admin.doe.k12.ga.us/gadoe/sla/gshs,nsf/SurveyHS.xsp

    2. After completing survey: Initial the roster beside you name

    3. Document in Do Now: “Health Survey”

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Health Survey

  • Research & Creating a Weather Instrument (8:20) Gather Research…Innovate!

  • Time? Poster…

  • Google: Charles Burrows Weather Hangman

  • NOVA: Planet Weather WIND Part 1: 20min


Weather instrument innovation

Weather Instrument Innovation

Instrument:

1-Anemometer

2-Wind Vane

3-Barometer

4-Rain Gauge

5-thermometer

6-Psychrometer


Earth systems 10 7 13

Earth Systems10/7/13

P 532-534

  • Define Air Pressure

  • How is Air Pressure measured?

  • What causes wind?

  • Take out “Weather Notes” packet

    Tornado clips

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • “Creating Weather Instruments” (work on Poster)

  • Air Pressure & Wind Lesson & Practice

  • NOVA: Planet Wind Part 1 (20min)


Earth systems 10 8 13

Earth Systems10/8/13

Turn to Pp532- & use your Notes… HW: from Notes out on desk

  • What is the average air pressure at sea level?

  • Copy this statement down: When air pressure _________, the mercury in the tube _______. When air pressure __________, the __________ in the tube _____________.

    3. Read pp543-44, Describe Land Breezes & Sea Breezes.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Air Pressure & Wind Lesson & Practice

  • Air Pressure Demo & Questions

  • Poster—include a description on your Poster (20min)

  • NOVA: Planet Weather WIND Part1 : 20min

  • Weather Vocab Practice (Vocab Quiz Thursday)


Earth systems 10 9 13

Earth Systems10/9/13

Turn to Pp532- & use your Notes…

  • If the mercury in a barometer is decreasing, what is happening to the air pressure?

    P534- Copy the statements below & fill-in the blanks

    2. The unequal heating of Earth’s Surface generates pressure differences. _______ radiation is the _________

    energy source for most wind.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Isobar/Isotherm Lab

  • NOVA: Planet Weather WIND Part 2: (20min)

  • Weather Vocab Practice

    ***Vocabulary Quiz--Thursday


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Earth Systems10/10/13

Turn to Pp532- & use your Notes…

  • Why don’t objects such as a table collapse under the weight of air above them?

  • What is the ultimate energy source for most wind? How does the occur? What is happening?

  • Wind is the result of ___________ differences in air pressure. ______ flows from areas of ______pressure to areas of ______ pressure.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Vocabulary Carousel Activity

  • Weather Vocab Quiz

  • Isobar/Isotherm Lab

  • Hurricane Tracking: Andrew (turn in or ZERO)

  • Directed Reading pp537-542

  • NOVA: Planet Weather WIND Part 2: (stopped @ 18min)


Directed reading

Directed Reading

  • Read pp504-509; #1-6

    Answer using CS

  • Pp510-516; #1-7


Earth systems 10 11 13

Earth Systems—10/11/13

Turn to Pp534—(Try to figure out the answers….)

Write this down***Remember Winds blow from areas of High pressure to areas of Low Pressure

  • Look at Figure 3, to answer the following:

    a. What do Isobars show?

    b. What symbol indicates calm air? Where is this symbol on the map?

    c. Which pressure cell, high or low, has the fastest wind speeds. Explain your answer.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Cloud & Precipitation Activity p518; Clouds clouds

  • Freaky Clouds Freaky Clouds

  • Safari: Planet Wind: Part 2 (18min) stopped @ 34min part 3


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Earth Systems10/11/13

1-Read the first paragraph on p517, about “CLOUDS”.

2-How are Clouds described?

3-Why do meteorologist find them interesting and how can you recognize them?

Tornado clips & Clouds clouds

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Isotherm….

  • Freaky Clouds

  • Cloud & Precipitation Activity

  • Directed Reading pp537-542


Earth systems 10 15 13

Earth Systems10/15/13

  • Turn to p 522 in the book.

  • Answer #4,5,6 “Section 18-3”

    Tornado clips

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • What to be a Meterologist? Want to be a Meteorologist?

  • Air Mass Lesson & Practice

  • Finish Planet Wind: Part 3 (@34min)

  • Isotherm Quiz


Earth systems 10 16 13

Earth Systems10/16/13

P564-

  • What happens when 2 air masses meet?

  • What is a front?

  • Compare & Contrast Warm & Cold Fronts

    →pencil, HW in “Weather Notes” p 11

  • Want to be a Meterologist? Want to be a Meteorologist?

  • Isotherm Quiz

  • Front Lesson & Front Activity


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Earth Systems10/16/13

  • Read pp537-539, What is a cyclone and an anticyclone? How do the winds move in these systems.

    →pencil, HW in “Weather Notes” p 13

  • Weather Balloons

  • Front Lesson & Front Activity


Earth systems 10 17 13

Earth Systems10/17/13

Take out your Notes over “Pressure & Wind”

1-Turn to p571, Give 2 Facts about each of the following: Thunderstorms, Tornadoes & Hurricanes.

2-Read “Tornado Intensity,” p574, What is happening to the pressure inside the Tornado? What does the pressure cause?

3-Activator: Where is “Tornado Alley”?

→notebook, paper, pencil,

  • Complete & turn in “Front Activity”

  • Observing Wind Patterns, p 550-551

  • Storm Chaser/Twister

  • Weather Balloons


Earth systems 10 18 13

Earth Systems—10/18/13

  • Turn to page 14 in your “Weather Notes”

  • Use P573-577 to complete “Hazardous Weather & Safety”

  • Document on your “Do Now” Sheet what you did & the pages used…

  • Where do you think “Tornado Alley” is located? “Dixie Alley”? How might they be alike? Different?

    →pencil, Weather Notes, “Pressure & Wind”

  • “Hazardous Weather & Safety”

  • Observing Wind Patterns, p 550-551

  • Dixie Alley

  • Storm Chaser/Twister


Dixie alley

Dixie Alley


Earth systems 10 21 13

Earth Systems--10/21/13

P535, Read “Coriolis Effect” & answer w/CS

  • What is the “Coriolis Effect?

  • Explain the reason for the “deflection”.

  • Read pp537-538

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe— Part 1 (A)

  • Twister

  • October 23, Weather Unit Test—Get Notebooks in order


Earth systems 10 22 13

Earth Systems--10/22/13

Use pp537-538

  • Define Cyclone & Anticyclone.

  • Two factors that affect wind are Pressure gradient & __________.

  • Use Fig 7, p538 and label the Cyclones & Anticyclones for Map C & D.

    **Take out Twister Notes & yesterdays “Station A” assignment

    Tornado Touchdown

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Twister

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe— Part 2 (B)

    October 23, Weather Unit Test—Get Notebooks in order


Directed reading1

Directed Reading

  • Read pp537-542; #1-6

    Answer using CS

  • Pp543-548; #1-5


Earth systems 10 23 13

Earth Systems--10/23/13

  • What is the general term for water vapor in air?

  • What happens when unstable air is forced to rise?

  • When is a sea-breeze most intense?

  • What is an anticyclone and how is it related to a cyclone?

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Meteorology Unit Test

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe Part 3 (C)


Earth systems 10 24 13

Earth Systems--10/24/13

  • Test Takers: Have out Notes, Book, ESRT sheets.

  • Finished with your test? Turn to p588, Begin reading about Climate Change.

  • Document in your Do Now what you prepared for today.

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Meteorology Unit Test

  • Twister?


Earth systems 10 25 13

Earth Systems--10/25/13

  • P588, At the top of the page complete the “Reading Strategy”. Copy the Table into your Do Now.

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, 1 Clean Sheet, “Weather Map Questions”

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe Part 3 (C)

    -Do not write on “Weather Map Questions”

  • Twister

  • Climate Vocabulary


Earth systems1

Earth Systems—

Define Climate Vocabulary—Document in Do Now what you did.

  • Tropical zone

  • Temperate zone

  • Polar zone

  • Latitude

  • Volcanic Eruptions

    →pencil, Weather Notes


Earth systems 10 28 13

Earth Systems—10/28/13

Define Climate Vocabulary—Document in Do Now what you did.

  • Tropical zone

  • Temperate zone

  • Polar zone

  • Latitude

  • Volcanic Eruptions

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Marines


Earth systems 10 29 13

Earth Systems—10/29/13

Define Climate Vocabulary—Document in Do Now what you did.

6. Green house gases

7. Deforestation

8. Orographiceffect

  • Elevation

  • Topography

  • Green house effect

  • Global warming

  • Plate Tectonics

    →pencil, Weather Notes, Climate Change & Ice Climate Change

  • Climate Vocab

  • Climate Change Notes

  • Global Warming Project


Earth systems 10 13

Earth Systems--10/ /13

Continue to define Climate

14. Earth’s Orbital Motions

15. Ocean Circulation

  • Solar activity

  • Ozone

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Climate Notes

  • Summarizer--Ch 21—p588, “Reading Strategy”

  • P588, “Key Concepts”


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Earth Systems--10/25/13

  • Take out “Climate & Ice” paper from Friday. If you were not here…take out 1 clean sheet & title it.

  • Read over Global Warming Instructions

  • Document in your Do Now what you did for today.

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Climate Change & Ice

  • Global Warming Activity

  • Climate Vocab Quiz: Wed/Thursday


Earth systems 1 8 13

Earth Systems--1/8/13

  • Log into your computer & Read over your directions.

  • Open up a WORD Document.

  • Type your Name and Period at the top of the WORD document

  • Document what you did today in your Do Now.

  • Find Ms. Sheddy’s Homework Folder; Earth Systems 2012; Global Warming; Once you are finished with the assignment, open another window where you saved your document and click & drag into my The Global Warming folder.

  • If you are unable to find the H folder; I’ll bring my jump drive to save it.

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Key Concepts for Climate Activity

  • Climate Vocabulary Wordsearch & Activity


Earth systems 3 22 12

Earth Systems--3/22/12

  • Pick up Global Warming Worksheet & Complete

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Finish Short Answer Questions on Test—25min

  • Define Climate Vocabulary

  • Climate Change & Ice

  • Key Concepts for Climate Activity


Earth systems 3 23 12

Earth Systems--3/23/12

  • Log into your computer & Read over your directions.

  • Open up a WORD Document.

  • Type your Name and Period at the top of the WORD document

  • Find Ms. Sheddy’s Homework Folder; Earth Systems 2012; Global Warming; Once you are finished with the assignment, open another window where you saved your document and click & drag into my The Global Warming folder.

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Key Concepts for Climate Activity

  • Climate Change Lesson

  • Define Climate Vocabulary/Wordsearch

  • Climate Change & Ice


Ch 21 climate vocab p589 603

CH 21--Climate Vocab—p589-603

  • Tropical zone13. Volcanic Eruptions

  • Temperate zone14. Green house gases

  • Polar zone15. deforestation

  • Latitude16. orographic effect

  • Elevation17. ozone

  • Topography

  • Green house effect

  • Global warming

  • Plate Tectonics

  • Earth’s Orbital Motions

  • Ocean Circulation

  • Solar activity


Earth systems 3 26 12

Earth Systems--3/26/12

  • Log into your computer & Read over your directions.

  • Open up your WORD Document.

  • Continue working on your Global Warming Assignment

  • Find Ms. Sheddy’s Homework Folder; Earth Systems Block 1; Global Warming Folder; Once you are finished with the assignment, open another window where you saved your document and click & drag into my The Global Warming folder.

  • Go to the following Link to learn more about Climate & Global Warming…

    FINISHED? Go to http://charlesburrows.com/hangman/

    Vocabulary Quiz: Wednesday

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Complete & Turn in Global Warming Activity

  • STUDY CLIMATE Vocab & Notes (Quiz Wed/Thursday)


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Earth Systems--3/26/12

  • Log into your computer & Read over your directions.

  • Open up your WORD Document.

  • Continue working on your Global Warming Assignment

  • Find Ms. Sheddy’s Homework Folder; Earth Systems Block 1; Global Warming Folder; Once you are finished with the assignment, open another window where you saved your document and click & drag into my The Global Warming folder.

  • Go to the following Link to learn more about Climate & Global Warming…

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Complete & Turn in Global Warming Activity

  • NOVA: Secrets Beneath the ICE (14min)

  • Climate Change & Ice

  • STUDY CLIMATE Vocab & Notes (Quiz Wed/Thursday)


Earth systems 3 27 12

Earth Systems--3/27/12

1.Take out 1 Clean Piece of Paper—

2. Title Ch 21 Review, Complete p 591, #1-6

Answer with CS;

3. Take out your Climate Notes from Friday

4. On the back of Climate Notes, write “Thermohaline Conveyor”

Weather Balloons

DERECHO!?

→pencil, Climate Notes

  • Activator: “Thermohaline Conveyor & Climate change”

  • Climate Lesson

  • Climate Change & Ice

  • STUDY CLIMATE Vocab & Notes (Quiz Wed/Thursday)


Earth systems 3 28 12

Earth Systems--3/28/12

1. Take out yesterday’s CH 21 Review.

2. Add the following questions to the CH 21 Review: Complete p 591, #7-9; Answer with CS;

3. Document on your Do Now Sheet the Assignment

4. Study over your Vocabulary Words

5. Take out “Day After Tomorrow” Handout

Weather Balloons

DERECHO!?

→pencil, Climate Notes

  • Activator: “Thermohaline Conveyor & Climate change”

  • CLIMATE Vocab Quiz

  • “Day after Tomorrow”

  • Climate Change & Ice


Earth systems 3 29 12

Earth Systems--3/29/12

1. Take out yesterday’s CH 21 Review.

2. Add the following questions to the CH 21 Review: Complete p 599, #1-4; Answer with CS;

3. Document on your Do Now Sheet the Assignment

Weather Balloons

DERECHO!?

→pencil, Climate Notes

  • Activator: “Climate Change & Health Risks”

  • “Day after Tomorrow”

  • Climate Change & Ice


Directed reading2

Directed Reading

  • Read pp504-509; #1-6

    Answer using CS

  • Pp510-516; #1-7


Homeroom 8 8 13

DO NOW 2/15/12

Take out Weather Notes & ESRT Folders p 13

For A – F tell what each letter represents on the STATION MODEL and answer the question if there is one. (USE your ESRT Folder or NOTES

D

76

515

What is the

Wind Direction &

Speed?

..

-20\

Current Weather

19

A What is the

value for the

Barometric pressure?

C

B Is the Barometric

Trend rising or

falling?

E-What do you use to help find out the information in the “Station Model”?

F-Why do you think the temperature is not cold outside today? Why do you think the weather continues to fluctuate or change so much? Read pp504-509


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Earth Systems2/24/12

Turn to Pp535

  • What is the Coriolis Effect?

  • Describe the reason for the deflection in Figure 4.

  • What is the difference in the deflection in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere?

  • What are the 4 reasons in the shift in wind direction due to the Coriolis effect?

  • What are 3 factors combined to control the wind?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Building a Weather Station—Due Monday…

  • Work on Weather projects

  • Isotherms….


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Earth Systems2/27/12

Turn to Pp535

  • How does the Coriolis effect influence motion of free-moving objects?

  • Why do jet streams flow parallel to isobars?

    P492-493

  • What are Isotherms? What colors are near the equator? Near the poles? What do these colors represent for each area?

  • Isotherms generally trend ______ & ______ and show a ________ in temperatures from the _______ to the _______.

  • What does this map emphasize?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Work on Weather projects & Presentations…

  • Isotherm, Isobar & Isotherm Lab


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Earth Systems2/28/12

  • p 516, #1-3; Complete sentences

  • What is the difference between an Isobar and an Isotherm?

  • Get out your Isobar Notes/Practice

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Finish presenting Weather projects & instruments

  • Isotherm Practice; Isobar & Isotherm Lab


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Earth Systems2/29/12

1-p 516, #4-6; Complete sentences

2-Take out “Isotherm” Homework from yesterday.

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Isobar & Isotherm Lab

  • “Planet Weather—Wet”


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Earth Systems3/1/12

  • Read p 523…

  • Write a 2 sentence summary for each of the 5 paragraphs. (You should have a least 10 sentences total).

  • Take out “Isobar & Isotherm Lab,” Homework from yesterday.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Isotherm Quick Quiz—

  • “Planet Weather—Wet”


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Earth Systems3/2/12

1-Read the first paragraph on p517, about “CLOUDS”.

2-How are Clouds described?

3-Why do meteorologist find them interesting and how can you recognize them?

**Take out “Planet Weather Wet” Facts

→notebook, paper, pencil,

  • Isotherm

  • Finish Planet Weather--Wet

  • Cloud & Precipitation Activity


Earth systems 3 5 12

Earth Systems3/5/12

  • Turn to p 522 in the book.

  • Answer #4,5,6 “Section 18-3”

    Tornado clips

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Freaky Clouds

  • Air Mass Lesson & Practice

  • Cloud & Precipitation Activity

  • Clouds clouds


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Earth Systems3/6/12

Turn to p 558-561

  • What is an Air Mass?

  • What happens as an Air mass moves over an area?

  • How are air masses classified?

  • Which types of air masses have the greatest effect on weather in North America?

  • Pp561-563, Give 2 facts about each of the four Air Masses in the reading: cP, mT, mP, and cT

    **Get out & complete Cloud Project;

    -Finished? Turn in and begin reading….pp571-574 “Severe Storms”

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Freaky Clouds & Clouds clouds

  • Complete Cloud & Precipitation Activity

  • “Hunt for the Supertwister”


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Earth Systems3/6/12

Turn to p 558-561

  • What is an Air Mass?

  • What happens as an Air mass moves over an area?

  • How are air masses classified?

  • Which types of air masses have the greatest effect on weather in North America?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Freaky Clouds & Clouds clouds

  • Complete Cloud & Precipitation Activity

  • Pulling it all together: “Meteorology & Weather”

  • Magic school bus?/Bill Nye


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Earth Systems3/7/12

Take out your Notes over “Pressure & Wind”

1-Winds blow from areas of ____ to _____ pressure.

2-What kind of weather is associated with a High pressure system? A low pressure?

3-Look at the pictures for a High & Low pressure system in your “Weather Notes”, Describe what is happening to the wind for a High Pressure and a Low Pressure System.

4-Turn to p571, Give 2 Facts about each of the following: Thunderstorms, Tornadoes & Hurricanes.

5-Read “Tornado Intensity,” p574, What is happening to the pressure inside the Tornado? What does the pressure cause?

→notebook, paper, pencil, Want to be a Meteorologist? & Tornado Alley

  • Activator: Tornado/Bubble Map

  • Observing Wind Patterns, p 550-551

  • Tornadoes & Weather Review


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Earth Systems3/8/12

Turn to p 573-574

1-What is a Tornado? Explain why they are considered to be so violent.

2-About how many tornadoes are reported each year in the US?

3-During what time of year are tornadoes the most frequent? Least frequent? Explain why you think this is the case.

→notebook, paper, pencil, Want to be a Meteorologist?

  • Research Tornadoes & Weather Review

  • Spotter Visual Aid

  • Observing Wind Patterns, p 550-551


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Earth Systems3/8/12

Turn to p 573-574

1-What is a Tornado? Explain why they are considered to be so violent.

2-About how many tornadoes are reported each year in the US?

3-During what time of year are tornadoes the most frequent? Least frequent? Explain why you think this is the case.

4-What is the most destructive tornado on record?

5-What is the name of the scale used to measure Tornadoes

→notebook, paper, pencil, Want to be a Meteorologist?

  • Research Tornadoes & Weather Review

  • Spotter Visual Aid

  • Observing Wind Patterns, p 550-551


3 13 12 take out your tornado spotter visual aid

3/13/12—Take out your “Tornado Spotter” Visual Aid—

P564-

  • What happens when 2 air masses meet?

  • What is a front?

  • Compare & Contrast Warm & Cold Fronts

  • Read pp537-539, What is a cyclone and an anticyclone? How do the winds move in these systems.

  • Take out “Weather Basic” Notes, turn to “Fronts” page 12

    Want to be a Meteorologist?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Weather Balloons

  • Front Lesson & Activity


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Earth Systems—3/14/12

  • Turn to page 14 in your “Weather Notes”

  • Use P573-577 to complete “Hazardous Weather & Safety”

  • Document on your “Do Now” Sheet what you did & the pages used…

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Weather Balloons

  • Finish “Front Activity” (15-20min or less)

  • Begin Weather Tic Tac Toe (Part 1)


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Earth Systems--3/15/12

  • Pick up/Pass back the “Twister” handout @ the back

  • Yesterday, we watched approximately 19min of “Twister.” Answer #1-5 on your handout as best as you can.

  • Write down what you did on your Do Now Sheet.

  • Begin Reading pp544-549

  • Take out your Tic Tac Toe—Part A; Continue working on it….

    Weather Balloons

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe—Finish A & B

  • Twister

  • Weather Unit Test—Monday (Get Notebooks in order)


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Earth Systems--3/15/12

Pick up/Pass back the “Twister” handout @ the back

Copy the down the following for #1-5

1. June 1969 2. Warning 3. G. O. E. S. 8

4. Dorothy; releases sensors that detect everything going on in the tornado

5. One, so far

Take out your Tic Tac Toe—Part A

Weather Balloons

→pencil, Weather Notes

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe—Finish A & B

  • Twister


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Earth Systems--3/16/12

Take out “TicTacToe” CW/HW

  • Turn to p548, Read “Global Distribution of Precipitation” to answer the following in #2

  • “MapMaster: Skills Activity”

    a. Using the Map Key, determine the range of precipitation that dominates Northern Africa.

    b. Identify causes: Which weather pattern influences precipitation in this area?

    Weather Balloons

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe—Finish C; Staple & turn in.

  • Finish Twister

  • Weather Unit Test—Monday (Get Notebooks in order)


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Earth Systems--3/16/12

Take out “TicTacToe” CW/HW

  • Turn to p548, Read “Global Distribution of Precipitation” to answer the following in #2

  • “MapMaster: Skills Activity”

    a. Using the Map Key, determine the range of precipitation that dominates Northern Africa.

    b. Identify causes: Which weather pattern influences precipitation in this area?

    What Shook? And Brunswick?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe—Finish C; Put in order, Staple & turn in.

  • Finish Twister

  • Weather Unit Test—Monday (Get Notebooks in order)


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Earth Systems--3/19/12

  • Continue Reading pp544-549

  • P 548, #1-3; Answer with complete sentences

  • Take out your Twister Questions

    Weather Balloons

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Storm Chaser—Jared Stevenson

  • Weather Unit Test—Tuesday/Wed


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Earth Systems--3/20/12

  • Continue Reading pp544-549

  • P 548, #1-3; Answer with complete sentences those you did not finish…

  • Continue with #4-6; Answer with complete sentences

  • Take out your Twister Questions

    Weather Balloons

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Finish Twister

  • Weather Unit Test—Wednesday


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Earth Systems--3/21/12

  • What is the general term for water vapor in air?

  • What happens when unstable air is forced to rise?

  • When is a sea-breeze most intense?

  • What is an anticyclone and how is it related to a cyclone?

  • Take out 1-2 clean sheets of paper; number accordingly…look on the left hand side of smart board.

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Meteorology Unit Test Weather Forecasting

  • Climate Vocabulary


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Earth Systems--3/22/12

  • Pick up Global Warming Worksheet & Complete

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Finish Short Answer Questions on Test—25min

  • Define Climate Vocabulary

  • Climate Change & Ice

  • Key Concepts for Climate Activity


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Earth Systems--3/23/12

  • Log into your computer & Read over your directions.

  • Open up a WORD Document.

  • Type your Name and Period at the top of the WORD document

  • Find Ms. Sheddy’s Homework Folder; Earth Systems 2012; Global Warming; Once you are finished with the assignment, open another window where you saved your document and click & drag into my The Global Warming folder.

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Key Concepts for Climate Activity

  • Climate Change Lesson

  • Define Climate Vocabulary/Wordsearch

  • Climate Change & Ice


Ch 21 climate vocab p589 6031

CH 21--Climate Vocab—p589-603

  • Tropical zone13. Volcanic Eruptions

  • Temperate zone14. Green house gases

  • Polar zone15. deforestation

  • Latitude16. orographic effect

  • Elevation17. ozone

  • Topography

  • Green house effect

  • Global warming

  • Plate Tectonics

  • Earth’s Orbital Motions

  • Ocean Circulation

  • Solar activity


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Earth Systems--3/26/12

  • Log into your computer & Read over your directions.

  • Open up your WORD Document.

  • Continue working on your Global Warming Assignment

  • Find Ms. Sheddy’s Homework Folder; Earth Systems Block 1; Global Warming Folder; Once you are finished with the assignment, open another window where you saved your document and click & drag into my The Global Warming folder.

  • Go to the following Link to learn more about Climate & Global Warming…

    FINISHED? Go to http://charlesburrows.com/hangman/

    Vocabulary Quiz: Wednesday

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Complete & Turn in Global Warming Activity

  • STUDY CLIMATE Vocab & Notes (Quiz Wed/Thursday)


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Earth Systems--3/26/12

  • Log into your computer & Read over your directions.

  • Open up your WORD Document.

  • Continue working on your Global Warming Assignment

  • Find Ms. Sheddy’s Homework Folder; Earth Systems Block 1; Global Warming Folder; Once you are finished with the assignment, open another window where you saved your document and click & drag into my The Global Warming folder.

  • Go to the following Link to learn more about Climate & Global Warming…

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Complete & Turn in Global Warming Activity

  • NOVA: Secrets Beneath the ICE (14min)

  • Climate Change & Ice

  • STUDY CLIMATE Vocab & Notes (Quiz Wed/Thursday)


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Earth Systems--3/27/12

1.Take out 1 Clean Piece of Paper—

2. Title Ch 21 Review, Complete p 591, #1-6

Answer with CS;

3. Take out your Climate Notes from Friday

4. On the back of Climate Notes, write “Thermohaline Conveyor”

Weather Balloons

DERECHO!?

→pencil, Climate Notes

  • Activator: “Thermohaline Conveyor & Climate change”

  • Climate Lesson

  • Climate Change & Ice

  • STUDY CLIMATE Vocab & Notes (Quiz Wed/Thursday)


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Earth Systems--3/28/12

1. Take out yesterday’s CH 21 Review.

2. Add the following questions to the CH 21 Review: Complete p 591, #7-9; Answer with CS;

3. Document on your Do Now Sheet the Assignment

4. Study over your Vocabulary Words

5. Take out “Day After Tomorrow” Handout

Weather Balloons

DERECHO!?

→pencil, Climate Notes

  • Activator: “Thermohaline Conveyor & Climate change”

  • CLIMATE Vocab Quiz

  • “Day after Tomorrow”

  • Climate Change & Ice


Earth systems 3 29 121

Earth Systems--3/29/12

1. Take out yesterday’s CH 21 Review.

2. Add the following questions to the CH 21 Review: Complete p 599, #1-4; Answer with CS;

3. Document on your Do Now Sheet the Assignment

Weather Balloons

DERECHO!?

→pencil, Climate Notes

  • Activator: “Climate Change & Health Risks”

  • “Day after Tomorrow”

  • Climate Change & Ice


Earth systems 3 30 12

Earth Systems--3/30/12

1. Take out yesterday’s CH 21 Review.

2. Add the following questions to the CH 21 Review: Complete p 599, #5-8; Answer with CS;

  • Document on your Do Now Sheet the Assignment

    Take out “DAT” Handout….work with the laptops….

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Climate Notes

  • Finish “Day after Tomorrow” & Handout

  • Climate Change & Ice


Earth systems 4 9 12

Earth Systems--4/9/12

P602-03

  • Give 2 reasons why greenhouse gases have been increasing.

  • What is Global Warming? What is causing the increase in water vapor in the atmosphere? Is this a problem? Why or Why not?

  • Make 2 columns @ the Top Weather & Climate. List all you “Know” about Weather and then do the same for Climate.

    Weather Balloons

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Climate Notes

  • Ch 21 Review

  • Climate Change & Ice

  • MC**Climate Test Tomorrow…


Earth systems 4 10 12

Earth Systems--4/10/12

  • p602: What is the Greenhouse Effect? What are the major gases involved in the greenhouse effect? Is the Green house effect necessary for life?

  • Name 6 Factors that affect Climate

  • The higher the elevation, the _____ the climate

  • Three latitude zones are the tropical, temperate, and _______ zones.

  • Vegetation can affect both _________ & precipitation patterns for an area.

    DERECHO!?

    Weather Balloons

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Climate Vocab Practice

  • Ch 21 Climate Test

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Rocks minerals vocabulary 4 10 12

Rocks & Minerals Vocabulary--4/10/12

  • Begin defining the terms on the following Pages: p44, 50, 66

  • Number each term

    DERECHO!?

    Weather Balloons

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Climate Vocab Practice

  • Ch 21 Climate Test

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


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Earth Systems--4/10/12

Rocks & Minerals Vocabulary

-p44, 50, 66,75,80

DERECHO!?

Weather Balloons

→pencil, Weather Notes

  • Climate Vocab Practice

  • Ch 21 Climate Test

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Earth systems 4 11 12

Earth Systems--4/11/12

P602-03

  • Give 2 reasons why greenhouse gases have been increasing.

  • What is Global Warming? What is causing the increase in water vapor in the atmosphere? Is this a problem? Why or Why not?

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Finish/make corrections CH 21 Test

  • Mineral & Rock Lesson

  • Vocabulary

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Earth systems 4 12 12

Earth Systems--4/12/12

Pass back the articles @ the front of your row

Begin reading the “Diamond Article”

  • List 4 Facts about Diamonds from the first paragraph

  • What is a diamond?

  • Where do Diamonds form?

  • Write at least a 3 sentence summary discussing the differences of Gem Diamonds vs. Industrial Diamonds.

    →pencil,

  • Mineral & Rock Lesson

  • Mineral & Rock Vocab

  • Media Ctr—Rock Cycle


Earth systems 4 13 12

Earth Systems--4/13/12

Take out the “Diamond Article” from yesterday; Pick up at the back if you were not here.

Begin reading the “Diamond Article”

  • Name 3 reasons/factors for diamonds’ popularity

  • The luster of a diamond is considered high. Tell why.

  • What is dispersion and how does it pertain to diamonds?

  • Discuss the 4 C’s for a diamond’s gemstone quality. (Write at least 2 sentences summarizing each of the 4 C’s)

    →pencil, Mineral Notes Handouts

  • Media Ctr—Rock Cycle

  • Intro to Rocks

  • Mineral & Rock Vocab


Earth systems 4 16 12

Earth Systems--4/16/12

Take out the “Diamond Article” from last week; Pick up at the back if you were not here. Answer the following:

  • Read “Diamonds Used as an Abrasive” and write a 2 sentence summary about it.

  • Name 3 “Other Uses” of Diamonds & give a description of each.

  • Name 5 other Properties and Uses of Diamonds after reading the last section of the article. Also, tell how these properties relate to diamonds.

    →pencil, Mineral Notes Handouts

  • NOVA: Diamond Factory clip

  • Intro & Sedimentary Rocks Lesson

  • Rock Cycle Activity pp66-69

  • Mineral & Rock Vocab


Mineral rock vocabulary

Mineral & Rock Vocabulary

  • Mineral15.Rock cycle

  • Streak16. MagmaRead pp33-43

  • Luster17. Lava

  • Crystal form18. Weathering

  • Hardnes19. Sediments

  • Mohs scale 20. Deposition

  • Cleavage21. Cementation

  • Fracture22. Metamorphism

  • Density23. Compaction

  • Silicate

  • Rock24. Chemical Weathering

  • Igneous rock25. Soil

  • Sedimentary rock26. Erosion

  • Metamorphic rock


Mineral rock vocabulary1

Mineral & Rock Vocabulary

  • Mineral15.Rock cycle

  • Streak16. Magma

  • Luster17. Lava

  • Crystal form18. Weathering

  • Hardnes19. Sediments

  • Mohs scale 20. Deposition

  • Cleavage21. Cementation

  • Fracture22. Metamorphism

  • Density23. Compaction

  • Silicate

  • Rock24. Chemical Weathering

  • Igneous rock25. Soil

  • Sedimentary rock26. Erosion

  • Metamorphic rock


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Earth Systems--4/17/12

Add these 3 Definitions to your “Rock” Vocabulary

27. Lichens- plants that “eat” rock through a chemical reaction.

28. Humus- Decayed organic material mixed in with topsoil.

29.Oxidation- Minerals combine with oxygen to form a new substance called rust.

Take out your Mineral Notes, turn to p7

→pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • NOVA: Diamond Factory clip

  • Igneous Rock Notes

  • Rock Cycle Activity pp66-69

    ***Rock Cycle Quiz---Thursday-- Study RockCycle & Notes


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Earth Systems--4/17/12

Add these 3 Definitions to your “Rock” Vocabulary

27. Lichens- plants that “eat” rock through a chemical reaction.

28. Humus- Decayed organic material mixed in with topsoil.

29.Oxidation- Minerals combine with oxygen to form a new substance called rust.

→pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p4

  • Extreme Cave Diving

  • Vocabulary & Bingo

    ***Rock Cycle Quiz---tomorrow-- Study RockCycle & Notes


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Earth Systems--4/18/12

  • Name the 3 major types of rocks.

  • Describe how Sedimentary rocks are formed. Use the Rock Cycle.

  • Most rocks are ________ -mineralic.

  • What are clasts? In what types of rocks are they found?

  • In what type of environment are sedimentary rocks formed?

    Take out your Vocabulary Words

    →pencil, Vocabulary Words

  • “Extreme Cave Diving”

  • Vocab & bingo

    ***Rock Cycle Quiz---tomorrow—Study Rock Cycle & Notes

  • MOSH Permission Slip & $10 due Friday


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Earth Systems--4/19/12

Read the Article on pp56-57 in your book.

  • What is the significance of corundum?

  • What changes the color of a gem?

  • What is the “parent” mineral of over a dozen gems? What do they mean by “parent”?

  • What is the difference in a precious or semi-precious gem?

    **Get out your Mineral & Rock Vocab

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p7

  • Formation of Rocks

  • Vocab & Bingo for EC

  • Rock Cycle & Notes Quiz

  • Independent Reading: Take out work from yesterday p43

    ***MOSH Permission Slip & $10 cash due tomorrow***


Mineral rock vocab bingo

Mineral & Rock Vocab Bingo

  • Mineral15.Rock cycle

  • Streak16. Magma

  • Luster17. Lava

  • Crystal form18. Weathering

  • Hardnes19. Sediments

  • Mohs scale 20. Deposition

  • Cleavage21. Cementation

  • Fracture22. Metamorphism

  • Density23. Compaction

  • Silicate

  • Rock24. Chemical Weathering

  • Igneous rock25. Soil

  • Sedimentary rock26. Erosion

  • Metamorphic rock


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Earth Systems--4/19/12

Book Work:

P43, #1-8Complete sentences.

P49, #1-6

P55, #1-3


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Earth Systems--4/20/12

Read p78 in your book.

  • Describe the four major processes that work together to Form Sedimentary Rocks.

  • P 71-72. How does the rate of cooling of magma or lava affect the texture of igneous rocks?

    Use your book

  • What is the difference between Organic & Inorganic? Is a mineral made of organic or inorganic material?

    →pencil, Get out--Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Media Ctr: Gypsum

  • Formation of RocksMOSH permission

  • Metamorphic Rock Lessonslips

  • Independent Work p43, #1-

    HW: Bring Objects Monday to Cast!


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Earth Systems--4/20/12

1. Organic compounds are the result of activities of living beings while inorganic compounds are created either due to natural processes unrelated to any life form or the result of human experimentation in the laboratory.2. Inorganic compounds can make salt, while organic cannot.3. Organic compounds contain carbon, while inorganic do not.4. Organic compounds have carbon-hydrogen bonds, while inorganic do not.5. Inorganic compounds contain metal atoms, whereas organic compounds do not.6. Organic compounds are biological and inorganic are mineral in nature.7. Organic compounds are part of a class of chemical compounds the molecules of which contain carbon and hydrogen, while inorganic compounds mostly comprise of metal containing compounds even if they happen to exist in living organisms.


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Earth Systems--4/20/12

Book Work:

P43, #1-8Complete sentences.

P49, #1-6

P55, #1-3

P74, #1-7


Es 4 23 12

ES --4/23/12

Pp70-71

  • Compare & Contrast intrusive & extrusive igneous rocks.

  • Pick a picture of one of the igneous rocks in the chapter (pp70-74).

  • Write a paragraph explaining how the igneous rock you picked was formed.

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Casting/aka “Desert Sand Rose”

  • Formation of Rocks & Rock Lab

  • Reading Assignment: get out p 43 work

  • HW: Bring Objects Tuesday to Cast!


Earth systems 4 23 12

Earth Systems--4/23/12

Book Work:

P43, #1-8Complete sentences.

P49, #1-6

P55, #1-3

P74, #1-7

P79, #1-9


Es 4 24 12

ES --4/24/12

PP82-84

1- Explain the 2 main types of weathering: Chemical & Physical Weathering.

2-Distinguish between regional & Contact Metamorphism.

3- Where does Metamorphism take place?

4- What are foliated rocks, and how do they form?

→pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Circle Map-- Blood Diamonds

  • “Diamonds of War”—Safari

  • Reading Assignment: get out p 43 work

  • HW: Bring Objects Wed to Cast!

    ***Mini-Test:Rock & Mineral Quiz Wed/Thurs


Earth systems 4 19 122

Earth Systems--4/19/12

Book Work:

P43, #1-8Complete sentences.

P49, #1-6

P55, #1-3

P74, #1-7

P79, #1-9


Es 4 25 12

ES --4/25/12

1- Read p85, “The Carbon Cycle”

2-Discuss the Carbon cycle and how it is a biogeochemical cycle.

3-Summarize the following in 2-3 sentences:

a. “Carbon Dioxide on the Move”

b. “Carbon and Fossil Fuels”

c. “The Role of Marine Animals”

4-Take out p43 Reading Assignment from Monday….

→pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Castings: Gypsum (plaster paris)

  • Reading Assignment: pp43…turn in/Rock & Min

  • Finish “Diamonds of War”—Safari

  • Mini-Test:Rock & Mineral Quiz Tomorrow


Earth systems 4 19 123

Earth Systems--4/19/12

Book Work:

P43, #1-8Complete sentences.

P49, #1-6

P55, #1-3

P74, #1-7

P79, #1-9


Reading assignment

Reading Assignment

  • Read pp80-84;

    p84, #1-8 CS

  • P89, #1-22, CS for “Understanding Concepts”


Es 11 15 11

ES --11/15/11

  • Pass back the Article in your Row.

  • Read the Article about “Blood Diamonds”

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Circle Map-- Blood Diamonds

  • P179, What Causes Sinkholes?

    Winter Park, Fl Sink Holes

  • Caves

  • Earthquake Vocab Activity—

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Es 11 16 11

ES --11/16/11

  • Write down the words in a straight line as on the board to the left: Aquifer, recharge, irrigation declines, jeopardy, dry-land farming, ecologically, economically

  • Turn to p 180

  • Read the article “Ogallala Aquifer: How Long Will the Water Last?”

    →pencil,

  • Ogalla Aquifer & Florida’s Aquifer

  • Life w/o Water?

  • “Blue Gold World Water War

  • Earthquake Vocab Activity—


Es 4 30 12

ES --4/30/12

  • Turn to p 208-209, Read “How the Earth Works: Erosion”

  • P209, Answer questions #1-5

  • Take out 1 clean sheet, Label “Destructive Forces”

    →pencil

  • Earthquake Vocab —Complete & p179?

  • Amazing Planet: Destructive Forces

    ***Vocabulary Quiz—this week


Es 11 17 11

ES --11/17/11

  • Turn to p 208-209, Read “How the Earth Works: Erosion”

  • P209, Answer questions #1-2

  • NGCSU Clip

    →pencil

  • EQ: First Word…

  • Earthquake Vocab Activity—

    ***Vocabulary Quiz—Next Week, Study

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Homeroom 8 8 13

Hmmm….


Es 5 1 12

ES --5/1/12

  • p 218, How many Earthquakes occur each year worldwide? How many of these are major earthquakes? When are Earthquakes most devastating?

  • What is a fault?

  • What causes an earthquake?

  • Get out “Amazing Planet: Destructive Forces”

    →pencil

  • Finish Amazing Planet: Destructive Forces

  • EQ: First Word…

  • Earthquake Lesson

  • Extra Credit option…

  • ***EQ: Vocabulary Quiz—Thursday


First word

First Word

First Word

E_______________________

A_______________________

R________________________

T_______________________

H_______________________

Q _______________________

U_______________________

A_______________________

K _______________________

E _______________________


Es 5 2 12

ES --5/2/12

  • p 218, The point within the Earth where the earthquake starts is the ___________.

  • The energy released by the earthquake traveling in all directions from the focus is called ________ _________.

  • The epicenter is the location on ………

  • p 219, How can the crust move?

  • If it moves vertically, what do geologists call this?

  • What does Figure 2 show?

  • Get out your Earthquake notes.. & EQ Vocab

    →pencil,

  • Earthquake 101 —NAtGeo

  • Earthquake Lesson

  • Reading Assignment-p218-227

  • Extra Credit option…

  • ***EQ: Vocabulary Quiz—Thursday


Es 5 2 121

ES --5/2/12

INDEPENDENT WORK— 1 clean sheet of paper

  • Read Pp 218-221, #1-8 Complete Sentences

  • Read pp 222-227, #1-6 CS


Es 5 3 12

ES --5/3/12

  • p 220, What are 2 ways in which deformation affects rock?

  • What is the rock doing if it is experiencing Elastic Rebound?

  • Set up your Bingo card, leaving a FREE Space…

  • Take out yesterdays EQ & lithosphere assignment to pass up

    →pencil, Get out JigSaw paper

  • EQ Bingo

  • EQ Vocabulary Quiz

  • “Plotting Earthquates”/Volcano Activity

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” Article/Summarizer


Es 5 4 12

ES --5/4/12

Take your seat quickly and quietly

Any work to turn in?

Take out your “stapled” EQ & lithosphere assignment to from Wednesday to pass up if you did not do so yesterday

→pencil,

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” Article/Summarizer

  • Complete “Plotting Earthquakes” for HW


Es 5 7 12

ES --5/7/12

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” For the following headings write a 2-3 sentence summary after having read each one.

    a. What is an earthquake?

    b. What causes EQ & where do they happen?

    c. Why does the earth shake when there is an EQ?

    d. How are earthquakes recorded?

    e. How do scientists measure the size of Eqs?

    f. How can scientists tell where the EQ happened?

    g. Can scientists predict EQ?

    Take out your “stapled” EQ & lithosphere assignment to from Wednesday to pass up if you did not do so on Friday…

    Take out 1 clean sheet of paper…

    →pencil,

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” Article

  • NOVA: Deadliest Earthquakes

  • Volcano Poster Project

  • Complete “Plotting Earthquakes” for HW


Es 5 8 12

ES --5/8/12

  • Read pp 238-39, “Effects of Earthquakes”

  • Complete the “Assessment” p 239, #1b,c,d; 2; 3; 4

    3. Take out “Volcano Poster Project” Rubric

    →pencil

  • Volcano Poster Project

  • Laptop Volcano Activity

  • Turn in “Plotting Earthquakes” by the end of class…


Es 5 9 12

ES --5/9/12

  • Draw a Circle on your paper, write Effects of Volcanoes in the middle & draw a Circle around it.

  • P 298-99, Read 4 areas in the Article: “Effects of Volcanoes”

  • List 2 facts about what was read for each of the 4 areas you chose & put them around the center circle.

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Media Ctr: Volcano Scavenger Hunt: Web

  • DoNow/Activator: “Effects of Volcanoes”

  • Volcano Project –turn in

    -Poster?s


Es 5 10 12

ES --5/10/12

  • Draw a Circle on your paper, write Effects of Volcanoes in the middle & draw a Circle around it.

  • P 298-99, Read 4 areas in the Article: “Effects of Volcanoes”

  • List 2 facts about what was read for each of the 4 areas you chose & put them around the center circle.

    →pencil,

  • DoNow/Activator: “Effects of Volcanoes”

  • Super Volcano: Yellowstone Natgeo

  • Part 1 of Final Exam: Solar System Book

    Cover Page Table of Contents  Ch 1


Es 5 11 12

ES --5/11/12

-Turn to Pp299, Complete Questions: #1, 2, 3a.

-Take out yesterdays 10 facts on “Super Volcano: Yellowstone”

→pencil,

  • Super Volcano: Yellowstone Natgeo

  • Part 1 of Final Exam: Solar System Book

    -Complete: Cover Page Table of Contents  Ch 1

    -CH 2-5 (Sun, Hg, Venus, Earth)


Es 5 14 12

ES --5/14/12

-Turn to Pp299, Complete Questions: #3b, 4, 5.

→pencil,

  • Part 1 of Final Exam: Solar System Book

    -Complete: Cover Page Table of Contents  Ch 1

    -CH 2-5 (Sun, Hg, Venus, Earth)

    -through CH 9, Uranus.


Es 5 15 12

ES --5/15/12

  • Read Pp 258-259, “Magnetic Strips” & “Earthquake Patterns”

  • After reading, write down 2 sentence summary for each eachsection above.

    →pencil,

  • Solar System Book—complete through Pluto/Asteroids—Ch12

  • Contact

    *Book Due @ the end of class tomorrow.

    **Earth Systems/SR exam—Friday, May 18


Es 5 16 12

ES --5/16/12

  • Read Pp 261. In your own words, briefly explain the theory of plate tectonics.

  • Complete your Solar System Book—due today

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Solar System Research…Turn in Book in the Basket

  • Final Exam Part 2--Review


Es 5 17 12

ES --5/17/12

  • Read Pp 269, “Plate Tectonics into the Future”

  • Write a 3-4 sentence summary about what you read.

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Final Exam Part 2—Review

    **Final Exam--Friday


Es 5 18 12 seniors take out your green sheets

ES --5/18/12 SENIORS—take out your GREEN SHEETS

  • The source of the sun’s energy is (Nuclear fission/Nuclear fusion)

  • The sun will continue to exist in it’s present state for another (5.5 billion yrs/15.5 billion yrs)

  • Most shield volcanoes grown from the ocean floor to form (canyons/islands/tectonic plates)

  • What is an aftershock? Which seismic wave is most destructive ( Pwave/Surface wave)?

  • What is the minimum number of seismic stations needed to determine the location of an earthquake’s epicenter?

  • What is the scale scientist use to measure earthquakes?

  • Why do earthquakes usually cause fires? What did Wegner’s Hypothesis state?

  • The particles produced in volcanic eruptions are (laccoliths/pyroclastic material)

    ***PASS BACK SCAN TRONs and fill out.

    →pencil

  • Fill out Scan Tron

  • Final Exam


Es 5 10 121

ES --5/10/12

  • Draw a Circle on your paper, write Effects of Volcanoes in the middle & draw a Circle around it.

  • P 298-99, Read 4 areas in the Article: “Effects of Volcanoes”

  • List 2 facts about what was read for each of the 4 areas you chose & put them around the center circle.

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • DoNow/Activator: “Effects of Volcanoes”

  • Part 1 of Final Exam: Solar System Book

    Cover Page 

  • NOVA: Mt. St. Helen back from the dead

    Nova


How to cite sources correctly

How to Cite Sources Correctly

  • Book

    Gorman, Elizabeth. Prairie Women. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986.

  • Online Magazine

    Elliott, Michael. "The Biggest Fish of Them All." Time. 8 March 2003. 11 March 2003. <http://www.time.com/time>.

    More Examples:

    http://www.studyguide.org/MLAdocumentation.htm


Es 5 9 121

ES --5/9/12

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” For the following headings write a 2-3 sentence summary after having read each one.

    a. What is an earthquake?

    b. What causes EQ & where do they happen?

    c. Why does the earth shake when there is an EQ?

    d. How are earthquakes recorded?

    e. How do scientists measure the size of Eqs?

    f. How can scientists tell where the EQ happened?

    g. Can scientists predict EQ?

    Take out your “stapled” EQ & lithosphere assignment to from Wednesday to pass up if you did not do so on Friday…

    Take out 1 clean sheet of paper…

    →pencil,

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” Article

  • NOVA: Deadliest Earthquakes

  • Volcano Poster Project

  • Complete “Plotting Earthquakes” for HW


Es 11 30 11

ES --11/30/11

  • Take out your vocab from yesterday. Complete & get checked off.

    →pencil, Get out JigSaw paper

  • NOVA: Deadliest Earthquakes

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” Article/Summarizer


Es 12 1 11

ES --12/1/11

  • Read pp 238-39, “Effects of Earthquakes”

  • Complete the “Assessment” p 239, #1b,c,d; 2; 3; 4

    →pencil

  • Media Ctr: Volcano Activity

  • EQ & Plate Techtonic Lesson & Practice

  • P & S Wave Practice..

  • EQ & Plate Tectonics RA


Earth systems 4 19 124

Earth Systems--4/19/12

Read the Article on pp56-57 in your book.

  • What is the significance of corundum?

  • What changes the color of a gem?

  • What is the “parent” mineral of over a dozen gems? What do they mean by “parent”?

  • What is the difference in a precious or semi-precious gem?

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p7

  • Formation of Rocks

  • Rock Lab

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Mineral rock vocabulary2

Mineral & Rock Vocabulary

  • Mineral15.Rock cycle

  • Streak16. Magma

  • Luster17. Lava

  • Crystal form18. Weathering

  • Hardnes19. Sediments

  • Mohs scale 20. Deposition

  • Cleavage21. Cementation

  • Fracture22. Metamorphism

  • Density23. Compaction

  • Silicate

  • Rock24. Chemical Weathering

  • Igneous rock25. Soil

  • Sedimentary rock26. Erosion

  • Metamorphic rock


Earth systems do now 8 26 11

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/26/11

  • Sharpen pencils, in seat before Tardy Bell.

  • Take out Hurricane Irene Data & Tracking Charts

  • Also, take out The IRENE data from yesterday w/the Category/Storm

  • Plot the New Coordinates:

    8/26 Lat: 29.3⁰N Long: 77.6⁰W 110mph Category?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale/Update on Irene Clips

  • Katrina ppt

  • “Development of Hurricanes” p576

  • Complete & turn in “Hurricane Online Lab”

    -don’t forget to tell what Category Storm on Irene Data for your Do Now.


Earth systems do now 8 31 11

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/31/11

  • Sharpen pencils, in seat before Tardy Bell.

  • Take out Hurricane Irene Data & Tracking Charts

  • Also, take out The IRENE data from yesterday w/the Category/Storm

  • Plot the New Coordinates:

    8/30 Lat: 12.3⁰N Long: 33.4⁰W 45mph 1003mb Category?

    8/31 Lat: 13.9⁰N Long: 39.4⁰W 65mph 994mb Category?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Energy Lesson/Review/Vocab

  • Finish: NOVA “A Storm that Drowned a City”

  • Energy Vocabulary Quiz—Thurs/Friday…Be prepared!


Earth systems do now 8 22 11

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/22/11

  • Sharpen pencils, in seat before Tardy Bell.

    1. p30, Answer #24-25. (Do not copy the questions, but give thoughtful answers)

    Discovery: “Mapping the Earth”

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Independent Work

  • “Greatest Discoveries”

  • Classroom Map Activity

    HW: Complete Google Map for Extra Credit


Earth systems do now 8 24 11

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/24/11

  • Sharpen pencils, in seat before Tardy Bell.

  • Pass back Hurricane Irene Data & Tracking Charts

  • Orient yourself with the Chart & begin plotting the data for Irene.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Plot Hurricane Irene—Previous & Current Locations

  • Hurricane Online Lab

    -during the Lab, Use Part 3 to…..

  • Georgia Bight


Plotting hurricane irene data

Plotting Hurricane Irene Data

1-Use the “Tracking Chart” provided

2-Using internet, to do a search to find out about how the Categories of Hurricanes are determined.

3-Fill in the “Category/Storm Type” in your data chart for each coordinate given.

4-On the back of your Tracking Chart,

5- What does GMT stand for?


Earth systems do now 8 25 11

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/25/11

  • Sharpen pencils, in seat before Tardy Bell.

  • Take out Hurricane Irene Data & Tracking Charts

  • Also, take out The IRENE data from yesterday w/the Category/Storm

  • Plot the New Coordinates:

    8/25 Lat: 24.6⁰N Long: 76.2⁰W 115mph Category?

    4. Take out a clean sheet of paper. Title it “Greatest Discoveries”

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • “Greatest Discoveries”

  • Complete & turn in “Hurricane Online Lab”

    -don’t forget to tell what Category Storm on Hurricane data.

  • Georgia Bight/Continential Shelf


Earth systems do now 8 26 111

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/26/11

  • Sharpen pencils, in seat before Tardy Bell.

  • Take out Hurricane Irene Data & Tracking Charts

  • Also, take out The IRENE data from yesterday w/the Category/Storm

  • Plot the New Coordinates:

    8/26 Lat: 29.3⁰N Long: 77.6⁰W 110mph Category?

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale/Update on Irene Clips

  • Katrina ppt

  • “Development of Hurricanes” p576

  • Complete & turn in “Hurricane Online Lab”

    -don’t forget to tell what Category Storm on Irene Data for your Do Now.


Earth systems do now 8 29 11

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/29/11

  • Sharpen pencils, in seat before Tardy Bell.

  • Take out Hurricane Irene Data & Tracking Charts

  • Also, take out The IRENE data from yesterday w/the Category/Storm

  • Plot the New Coordinates:

    8/27 Lat: 32.3⁰N Long: 65.7⁰W 40mph 1008mb Category?

    8/28 Lat: 42.2⁰N Long: 73.2⁰W 60mph 970mb Category?

    4. Take out “Hurricane Online Lab” to turn in.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • “Development of Hurricanes” p576

  • NOVA “A Storm that Drowned a City”


Earth systems do now 8 30 11

Earth SystemsDo Now 8/30/11

  • Sharpen pencils, in seat before Tardy Bell.

  • Using your book, What is a tornado and how is it different from a hurricane? Answer using complete sentences.

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Finish: NOVA “A Storm that Drowned a City”

  • Hurricane ppt Project =


Earth systems do now 9 1 11

Earth SystemsDo Now 9/1/11

  • Sharpen pencils, in seat before Tardy Bell.

  • Take out Hurricane Tracking Charts

  • Copy & Plot the New Coordinates:

    8/30 Lat: 12.3⁰N Long: 33.4⁰W 45mph 1003mb Category?

    8/31 Lat: 13.9⁰N Long: 39.4⁰W 65mph 994mb Category?

    9/1 Lat: 15.2⁰N Long: 45.9⁰W 75mph 987mb Category?

    3.Take out “Energy Vocabulary”

    →notebook, paper, pencil

  • Demo/Lab: “Conduction, Convection, Radiation”

  • Media Center Lab—Hurricane Ppt

  • Energy Vocabulary Quiz—Thurs/Friday…Be prepared!

  • Hurricane ppt due today & Presentations tomorrow.


Donow 9 2 01 finish energy vocabulary

DoNow 9/2/01: Finish Energy Vocabulary

1-Condensation

2-Conduction-After defining words, raise hand to get

3-Convection receive credit

4-Radiation-Study the Vocabulary-Quiz Tuesday

5-Refraction- Read pp483-487

6-Temperature

7-Heat

8-Reflection

9-Scattering

10-Greenhouse Effect

11-Electromagnetic Spectrum


Earth systems 9 2 11

Earth Systems9/2/11

1-Complete Energy Vocabulary handout

2-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates:

9/2 Lat: 17.0⁰N Long: 51.8⁰W 70mph 994mb Category?

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Hurricane Ppt Project Presentations

  • Read pp483-487, p487 #1-6

  • Energy Vocabulary Quiz Tuesday

  • Discovery: “Engineering Nature: Engineering Hurricanes”


Earth systems 9 6 11

Earth Systems9/6/11

1-Complete Energy Vocabulary handout

2-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for Katia:

9/6 Lat: 26.5⁰N Long: 65.1⁰W 125mph 950mb Category?

3-Get ready for Hurricane Presentations….

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Hurricane Ppt Project Presentations

  • Read pp483-487, p487 #1-6

  • Energy Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday

  • Discovery: “Engineering Nature: Engineering Hurricanes”


Earth systems 9 6 111

Earth Systems9/6/11

1-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates:

9/6 Lat: 26.5⁰N Long: 65.1⁰W 125mph 950mb Category?

2-Take out “Energy Vocabulary handout” from Friday. Study/Review

3-Get ready for Hurricane Presentations….

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Hurricane Ppt Project Presentations

  • Read pp483-487, p487 #1-6

  • Energy Vocabulary Quiz Wednesday

  • Discovery: “Engineering Nature: Engineering Hurricanes”


Earth systems 9 7 11

Earth Systems9/7/11

1-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for Katia:

9/6 Lat: 26.5⁰N Long: 65.1⁰W 125mph 950mb Category?

9/7 Lat: 28.7⁰N Long: 67.9⁰W 90mph 973mb Category?

2-Take out “Energy Vocabulary handout” from Yesterday. Study………….Easy “A”….

3-Take out “Energy Transfer” Notes from last week. (Conduction, Convection, Radiation)

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Temperature & Heat Lesson

  • Read pp483-487, p487 #1-6, CS

  • Temperature Changes-Evap/Cond Activity

  • Energy Vocabulary Quiz


Earth systems 9 8 11

Earth Systems9/8/11

1-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for Katia:

9/6 Lat: 26.5⁰N Long: 65.1⁰W 125mph 950mb Category?

9/7 Lat: 28.7⁰N Long: 67.9⁰W 90mph 973mb Category?

9/8 Lat: 32.0⁰N Long: 70.2⁰W 90mph 970mb Category?

2-Take out Section 17-2 Assessment p487, #1-6 from yesterday. Complete it.

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Hulu: “Owning the Weather”

    -Using the questions and any info collected while viewing the movie to write a summary about weather, what it affects, & it’s importance…..


Earth systems 9 9 11

Earth Systems9/9/11

1-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for Katia:

9/8 Lat: 32.0⁰N Long: 70.2⁰W 90mph 970mb Category?

9/9 Lat: 37.6⁰N Long: 67.5⁰W 85mph 967mb Category?

2-Copy & Plot Coordinates for NATE (pick a different color to plot & Label)

9/9 Lat: 19.9⁰N Long: 92.3⁰W 65mph 998mb Category?

3-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for MARIA(another color & label Maria)

9/9 Lat: 13.8⁰N Long: 56⁰W 40mph 1003mb Category?

4-Take out Section 17-2 Assessment p487, #1-6 from yesterday. Complete it.

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Vocab Fun!!! Woohoo!!!

  • Evap/Condensation…

  • Finish “Owning the Weather” & turn in 1-2 paragraph about it.


Earth systems 9 12 11

Earth Systems9/12/11

1-Copy & Plot Coordinates for NATE (pick a different color to plot & Label)

9/9 Lat: 19.9⁰N Long: 92.3⁰W 65mph 998mb Category?

9/11 Lat: 20.6° N Long: 97.6° W 65mph 1010mb Category?

What happened to Nate?

2-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for MARIA(another color & label Maria)

9/9 Lat: 13.8⁰N Long: 56⁰W 40mph 1003mb Category?

9/11 Lat: 19.8° N Long: 65.2° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

9/12 Lat: 20.8° N Long: 66.3° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • “Owning the Weather” & 2-3 Paragraph Summary

  • Evap/Condensation Activity

  • Weather Vocab & handouts


Earth systems 9 13 11

Earth Systems9/13/11

1-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for MARIA(another color & label Maria)

9/9 Lat: 13.8⁰N Long: 56⁰W 40mph 1003mb Category?

9/11 Lat: 19.8° N Long: 65.2° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

9/12 Lat: 20.8° N Long: 66.3° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

9/123 Lat: 21.6° N Long: 67.7° W 50mph 1006mb Category?

2-Finish “Weather Vocabulary” CH 18- (I’ll be coming around)

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • “Where is Tornado Alley?”

  • 17-3, 18-1 Handouts

  • Weather Vocab & handouts

    **Need empty, uncrushed soda cans—please start bringing in.


Earth systems 9 14 11

Earth Systems9/14/11

1-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for MARIA(another color & label Maria)

9/9 Lat: 13.8⁰N Long: 56⁰W 40mph 1003mb Category?

9/11 Lat: 19.8° N Long: 65.2° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

9/12 Lat: 20.8° N Long: 66.3° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

9/13 Lat: 21.6° N Long: 67.7° W 50mph 1006mb Category?

9/14 Lat: 24.2° N Long: 68.6° W 60mph 1001mb Category?

2-Begin working on Weather Vocabulary Handout

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Vocab Activity

  • Twister

  • 17-3, 18-1 Handouts

    **Need empty, uncrushed soda cans—please start bringing in.

    HW: Study Weather Vocabulary—Quiz Thurs/Friday

    ***Grades have been updated in IC—check it……up/down…


Are we on the same page

Are we on the same page?

  • Transpiration-a process in plants that releases water vapor from their leaves into an area which can affect both the temperature & precipitation for an area

  • Psychrometer-an instrument used to measure __________ _________

  • Isobar- lines on a map that connect places of equal air pressure. The spacing of isobars indicates the amount of pressure change over a given distance.


Earth systems 9 15 11

Earth Systems9/15/11

1-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for MARIA(another color & label Maria)

9/11 Lat: 19.8° N Long: 65.2° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

9/12 Lat: 20.8° N Long: 66.3° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

9/13 Lat: 21.6° N Long: 67.7° W 50mph 1006mb Category?

9/14 Lat: 24.2° N Long: 68.6° W 60mph 1001mb Category?

9/15 Lat: 30.2° N Long: 68.4° W 65mph 999mb Category?

2-Take out Weather Vocabulary Handout from yesterday. Work on messed up Crossword.

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Vocab Activity

  • P496-97 Heating Land & water

  • 17-3, 18-1 Handouts

    HW: Study Weather Vocabulary—Quiz Friday

    ***Grades have been updated in IC—check it……up/down…


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Earth Systems9/16/11

1-Copy & Plot the New Coordinates for MARIA(another color & label Maria)

9/11 Lat: 19.8° N Long: 65.2° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

9/12 Lat: 20.8° N Long: 66.3° W 60mph 1005mb Category?

9/13 Lat: 21.6° N Long: 67.7° W 50mph 1006mb Category?

9/14 Lat: 24.2° N Long: 68.6° W 60mph 1001mb Category?

9/15 Lat: 30.2° N Long: 68.4° W 65mph 999mb Category?

9/16 Lat: 41.7° N Long: 60.3° W 80mph 979mb Category?

2-Study over Weather Vocabulary—

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Group Project—Media Ctr

  • Weather Vocab Quiz

  • Post Lab “Heating Land & Water”

  • 17-3, 18-1 Handouts

    ****HW: Start bringing in your materials

    ***Grades have been updated in IC—check it……up/down…


Weather station project group leaders

Weather Station ProjectGroup leaders

Instrument:Group 1Group 2

1-AnemometerSierreKaylyn

2-Wine VaneToi

3-BarometerCloveMatthew

4-Rain GaugeNatasha

5-thermometerDavid

6-PsychrometerMyronCalob


Weather station project group leaders1

Weather Station ProjectGroup leaders

Instrument:Group 1Group 2

1-AnemometerHayleyChris

2-Wine VaneMikaylaAshley

3-BarometerChelseaRachel

4-Rain GaugeRubyDominique

5-thermometerTroyCourtney

6-PsychrometerDanielLafon


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Earth Systems9/19/11

1- 9/19No active storms at this time.

Potential Storms: #1: High, 60% #2: Low, 10%

2-Read pp494-495; Complete #1-5 in “Assessment” (Write answer using Complete Sentences)

3- Get out ESRT Notebook

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Basics Lesson

  • Post Lab “Heating Land & Water”

  • 17-3, 18-1 Handouts

  • Building Weather Instruments

    ****HW: Start bringing in your materials


Earth systems 9 20 11

Earth Systems9/20/11

1- 9/19No active storms at this time.

Potential Storms: #1: High, 60% #2: Low, 10%

9/20 Potential Storms: #1: High, 70%

2-Turn to p509, Answer #1,3,5 “18-1 Assessment” (Write answer using Complete Sentences)

3- Get out ESRT Notebook & Notes out from yesterday; Turn to p 508 and draw a diagram of a psychrometer and tell what is does.

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Basics Lesson continued/Pressure & Wind

  • Dew Point/Relative Humidity Chart Practice

  • Building Weather Instruments

  • 17-3, 18-1 Handouts

    ****HW: Building Instruments & Research in Progress—Project Due Friday, 9/23; Presentations Monday, 9/26


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Earth Systems9/21/11

1- 9/20 Potential Storms: #1: High, 70%

9/21 Potential Storms: #1: Low, 0%

Copy & Plot the coordinates for Ophelia (Pick a different color)

9/21 Lat: 12.7° N Long: 41.8° W 45mph 1005mb Category?

2-Define Dewpoint and Relative Humidity. How do these they relate to one another?

3- Get out ESRT Notebook & Notes from yesterday

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Weather Basics Lesson continued (1 slide)& Practice with RH & Dewpoint charts/Station Models

  • Wind & Pressure Lesson

  • Building Weather Instruments

  • 17-3, 18-1 Handouts

    ****Due: Weather Instruments built & project complete Friday, 9/23; Present Monday, 9/26


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Earth Systems9/22/11

1- Ophelia is no longer

2-Turn to p509, Answer #2,4, “18-1 Assessment” (Write answers using Complete Sentences)

3- Get out ESRT Notebook & Notes from yesterday

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • Practice with RH & Dewpoint /Station Models

  • “Understanding Weather” Part !

  • Building Weather Instruments—Media Ctr

  • Before leaving Media Ctr:

    1) 2 copies of ppt-Give one to Ms. Sheddy

    2) Instrument checked off

    3) ppt. is uploaded in Sheddy Homework folder—Click & Drag

    ****Due: Weather Instruments built & project complete Thursday, 9/22; Present Friday, 9/23


Earth systems 9 23 11

Earth Systems9/23/11

1- Copy & Plot the coordinates for Ophelia (Pick a different color)

9/21 Lat: 12.7° N Long: 41.8° W 45mph 1005mb Category?

9/23 Lat: 14.5° N Long: 51.0° W 45mph 1004mb Category?

2-Turn to p509, Answer #6,“18-1 Assessment” (Write answer using Complete Sentences)

→notebook, paper, pencil

  • 15-20min to Build Weather Inst & Get ready to Present

  • Weather Instrument Presentations

  • Station Model Practice (ESRT/Notes/Book)

  • “Understanding Weather” Part 2

  • 17-3, 18-1 Handouts

    ****Due: Weather Instruments Present Friday, 9/23


Earth systems 9 26 11

Earth Systems9/26/11

1- Copy & Plot the coordinates for Hilary (Pick a different color)

9/26 Lat: 16.9° N Long: 112.2° W 120mph 959mb Category?

2-p510-11, Read & summarize these two pages; discussing how air is compressed and expands. (You should have @ least 5 or more sentences)

3-Take out Notes, “Station Model Tutorial”(Handout from Friday), & ESRT Notebook

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Station Model Practice (ESRT/Notes/Book)

  • Wind & Pressure Lesson

  • “Understanding Weather” Part 2

  • P516, #1-6

    **Notebook check is coming up


Earth systems 9 27 11

Earth Systems9/27/11

1- Copy & Plot the coordinates for Hilary (Pick a different color)

9/26 Lat: 16.9° N Long: 112.2° W 120mph 959mb Category?

9/27 Lat: 16.6° N Long: 115.7° W 115mph 961mb Category?

2-p492-493, Read to answer: What are Isotherms? Where are the hottest temperatures on the map? What five things can be studied from this map? This map emphasizes the importance of Latitude as controlling _________ ______ __________, which does what? Look at the map

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Wind,Pressure, Air Mass Lesson (ESRT/Notes/Book)

  • Air Pressure Lab

  • Vocabulary Review

  • P516, #1-6

  • “Understanding Weather” Part 2

    **Notebook check is coming up


Earth systems 9 28 11

Earth Systems9/28/11

1- Update on Hilary & other storms

2- Take out your “Crush the Can” Lab.

Complete the “Review Questions” @ the bottom using your ESRT Sheets—6min only

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Crush the Can—Redo

  • Air Mass Lesson (ESRT/Notes/Book)

  • Vocabulary Review

  • P516, #1-6

  • Station Model Tutorial--?

  • “Understanding Weather” Part 2

    **Notebook check is coming up


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Earth Systems9/28/11

1- Update on Hilary & other storms

2- Take out your “Crush the Can” Lab.

Complete the “Review Questions” @ the bottom using your ESRT Sheets—6min only

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Air Mass Lesson (ESRT/Notes/Book)

  • Vocabulary Review

  • P516, #1-6

  • Station Model Tutorial--?

  • “Understanding Weather” Part 2

    **Notebook check is coming up


Earth systems 9 29 11

Earth Systems9/29/11

“Vocabulary Sheet” out on desk from yesterday.

1-p 516, #1-3; Complete sentences

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Vocabulary Review

  • Station Model Tutorial--?/

  • Planet Weather: Wind--


Earth systems 9 30 11

Earth Systems9/30/11

“Vocabulary Sheet” out on desk from yesterday.

1-p 516, #4,6; Complete sentences

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Go Vocabulary Review

  • Station Model Tutorial/Alternative 20min

  • Isotherm Map Quick Quiz

  • Planet Weather: Wind--


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Earth Systems9/30/11

“Vocabulary Sheet” out on desk from yesterday.

1-p 516, #4-6; Complete sentences

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Go Vocabulary Review

  • Isotherm Map Quick Quiz

  • Planet Weather: Wind--


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Earth Systems9/29/11

1- Take out the “Vocabulary Sheet” from yesterday.

2- Using your Notes from yesterday, Draw the isotherms on the Map in of 10⁰F increments.

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Vocabulary Review

  • Station Model Tutorial--?

  • Planet Weather: Wind--


Earth systems 10 3 11

Earth Systems10/3/11

1-Read the first paragraph on p517, about “CLOUDS”.

2-How are Clouds described?

3-Why do meteorologist find them interesting and how can you recognize them?

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Freaky Clouds

  • & Precipitation Activity

  • Planet Wind/Cloud Video


Earth systems 10 4 11

Earth Systems10/4/11

Take out your Notes over “Pressure & Wind”

1-Winds blow from areas of ____ to _____ pressure.

2-What kind of weather is associated with a High pressure system? A low pressure?

3-Look at the pictures for a High & Low pressure system, Describe what is happening for a High Pressure and a Low Pressure System.

4-Turn to p534

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Clouds & Weather Basics—United

  • Isobar Lesson & Practice


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Earth Systems10/4/11

On a separate sheet--Cloud Extra Credit

1-List the types of High, Middle, & Low Clouds and give their meanings

2-Describe how precipitation forms, also include Cold Cloud Precipitation & Warm Cloud Precipation

→notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Clouds & Weather Basics—United

  • Isobar Lesson & Practice


Earth systems 10 5 11

Earth Systems--10/5/11

P535, Read “Coriolis Effect” & answer w/CS

  • What is the “Coriolis Effect?

  • Explain the reason for the “deflection”.

  • Copy down: Areas of High wind speeds correlate to closely spaced isobars on Maps.

    Get out the “Iso-line” Lab from yesterday.

    DERECHO!?

    →notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Isoline Lab—Continue to work on (20min)

  • “Observing Wind Patterns” 550-551

  • CLOUD Observation/Bill Nye?


Earth systems 10 6 11

Earth Systems--10/6/11

Use pp537-538

  • Define Cyclone & Anticyclone.

  • Two factors that affect wind are Pressure gradient & __________.

  • Take out your “Isoline Handout” from yesterday. Use Fig 7, p538 and label the Cyclones & Anticyclones for Map C & D.

    Lightning

    →pencil, 1 clean sheet

  • Weather Hangman & other activities

  • “Observing Wind Patterns” 550-551

  • Bill Nye?


Earth systems 10 7 11

Earth Systems--10/7/11

  • Look over yesterdays Do Now…

  • Take out Notes “Pressure & Wind,” the “Isoline Handout” from Wednesday.

  • Turn to p550-551, begin reading “Observing Wind Patterns”

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Book

  • Weather Balloons

  • “Observing Wind Patterns” 550-551

  • Storm Chaser--


Earth systems 10 12 11

Earth Systems--10/12/11

P565-

  • Compare & Contrast Warm & Cold Fronts

  • What was the cause of all the rain over the last few days?

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Weather Balloons

  • Front Lesson


Earth systems 10 13 11

Earth Systems--10/13/11

  • Turn to page 14 in your Weather Notes

  • Use P573-577 to complete “Hazardous Weather & Safety”

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Planet Wet

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe


Earth systems 10 14 11

Earth Systems--10/14/11

  • Take out “TicTacToe” CW/HW

  • Describe this past weeks weather into today’s. What has been happening? Use vocabulary: types of air masses, fronts, & pressure systems.

    Try… (looking for 2-3 well-developed sentences)

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Meteorology Unit Test Part 1

  • Weather Tic Tac Toe—Finish A/B & C.

  • Planet Cold

    1st block: Federal Impact Forms are due Monday


Earth systems 10 17 11

Earth Systems--10/17/11

“TicTacToe” Work out

  • Make 2 columns @ the Top Weather & Climate

  • List all you “Know” about Weather and then do the same for Climate.

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Finish Weather Tic Tac Toe—20min & turn in

  • Pair Up

  • Climate Change & Ice

  • Key Concepts for Climate Activity

    1st block: Federal Impact Forms are due Today


Earth systems 10 18 11

Earth Systems--10/18/11

  • p602: What is the Greenhouse Effect? What are the major gases involved in the greenhouse effect? Is the Green house effect necessary for life?

  • Name 6 Factors that affect Climate

  • The higher the elevation, the _____ the climate

  • Three latitude zones are the tropical, temperate, and _______ zones.

  • Vegetation can affect both _________ & precipitation patterns for an area.

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Quick Quiz

  • Climate Change PPt & Foldable

  • “Day After Tomorrow”

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Earth systems 10 19 11

Earth Systems--10/19/11

P602-03

  • Give 2 reasons why greenhouse gases have been increasing.

  • What is Global Warming? What is causing the increase in water vapor in the atmosphere? Is this a problem? Why or Why not?

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Climate Change PPt & Foldable p600-

  • Finish“Day After Tomorrow”

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Earth systems 10 20 11

Earth Systems--10/20/11

Out sick--

DERECHO!?

→pencil, Weather Notes

  • Climate Change PPt & Foldable p600-

  • Finish“Day After Tomorrow”

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Earth systems 10 21 11

Earth Systems--10/21/11

p603

  • How does the melting of sea ice cause an increase in solar energy at the surface?

  • Describe what will happen if sea ice continues to melt

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Quick Quiz—Review over DoNows 1st block

  • Finish “Day After Tomorrow”

  • Media Ctr “Day After Tomorrow” Handout.

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Quick quiz 10 18 11

Quick Quiz--10/18/11

  • Name 3 Factors that affect Climate

  • The higher the elevation, the _____ the climate

  • Three latitude zones are the _________, temperate, and polar zones.

  • Vegetation can affect both temperature & __________ patterns for an area.

  • Climate Change PPt & Foldable

  • “Day After Tomorrow”

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Earth systems 10 21 111

Earth Systems--10/21/11

p603

  • How does the melting of sea ice cause an increase in solar energy at the surface?

  • Describe what will happen if sea ice continues to melt

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Finish “Day After Tomorrow”

  • Media Ctr “Day After Tomorrow” Handout & Questions

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Earth systems 10 24 11

Earth Systems--10/24/11

  • P600, Name the 5 natural process that cause climate changes.

  • Read pp600-03

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, notebook, book

  • SAT word

  • Global Warming: What is Causing it? P587

  • GLobal Warming: EXTREME ICE


Earth systems 10 25 11

Earth Systems--10/25/11

  • Write a sentence using our SAT Word Scrupulous.

    Scrupulous-having or showing a strict regard for what is considered right.

    Climate Scientist

    →pencil, notebook, book

  • Complete & submit to H drive:

    Global Warming: What is Causing it? P587

  • GLobal Warming: EXTREME ICE


Earth systems 10 26 11

Earth Systems--10/26/11

  • What are the trade winds? Where are they located? Where are they located?

  • Make a list of people/events that are or could be considered “SCRUPULOUS”? Or give an example of a not so “Scrupulous” situation.

    →pencil, 1 Clean sheet of Paper

  • “What’s Up With the Weather?”--Safari

  • Submit Global Warming: What is Causing it? P587 to H drive:


Earth systems 10 26 111

Earth Systems--10/26/11

1. What is El Nino and La Nina? (Use your Index)

→pencil, book, yesterday’s Notes over Video…

  • El Nino

  • “What’s up with the Weather”

  • Media Ctr—El Nino Activity~

  • Submit Global Warming: What is Causing it? P587 to H drive or email to [email protected] :


Earth systems 10 27 11

Earth Systems--10/27/11

1. What is El Nino and La Nina?

→pencil, notebook, book

  • El Nino Article & El Nino

  • “What’s up with the Weather”

  • Rock & Vocab

  • GLobal Warming: EXTREME ICE

  • Submit Global Warming: What is Causing it? P587 to H drive or email to [email protected] :


Earth systems 10 28 11

Earth Systems--10/28/11

Pass back the articles @ the front of your row

  • Begin reading the “Diamond Article”

  • List 5 Facts about Diamonds

    →pencil, 1 clean sheet

  • Lab—Setup

  • Mineral & Rock Lesson

  • Vocabulary


Mini lab 1 clean sheet

Mini Lab--1 clean sheet

  • At the Sugar/Salt Station measure 3 heaping teaspoons of your substance. Label your cup as being Sugar or Salt.

  • Use Graduated Cylinder to measure 100ml of water. Put in your Cup & Stir the solution. What type of Solution are you making?

  • Cut enough fishing line to suspend down into the solution after tying it around the popsicle stick. Place the popsicle stick over the cup.

  • After Stirring well, take your cup to the designated area.

  • Record Materials used and your Procedure down. Make a Hypothesis regarding what may or may not occur.

  • Return to your seat continue reading about “Diamonds”…


Homeroom 8 8 13

Hmmm….


Earth systems 10 31 11

Earth Systems--10/31/11

  • In your Notes, 6 physical properties of Minerals were given, look on p50-53. What are 2 other physical properties

  • How do these 2 properties help to identify minerals?

  • P52, look at Figure 19. Answer the question in the caption. Remember on the Mohs Hardness Scale from 1-10 which is soft and hard.

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p4

  • Lab—check Results & Make observations

  • Mineral & Rock Lesson

  • Rock Cycle

  • Vocabulary


Earth systems 11 1 11

Earth Systems--11/1/11

  • Name the 3 major types of rocks.

  • Describe how Sedimentary rocks are formed. Use the Rock Cycle.

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p4

  • Complete Rock Cycle

  • “Extreme Cave Diving”

  • Vocabulary

    ***Rock Cycle Quiz---tomorrow?? Study….


Earth systems 11 2 11

Earth Systems--11/2/11

  • Most rocks are ________ -mineralic.

  • What are clasts? In what types of rocks are they found?

  • In what type of environment are sedimentary rocks formed?

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p4

  • Complete Rock Cycle

  • Vocabulary & Bingo

  • Extreme Cave Diving

    ***Rock Cycle Quiz---tomorrow?? Study….


Earth systems 11 2 111

Earth Systems--11/2/11

  • Most rocks are ________ -mineralic.

  • What are clasts? In what types of rocks are they found?

  • In what type of environment are sedimentary rocks formed?

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p4

  • Vocabulary & Bingo

  • Extreme Cave Diving

    ***Rock Cycle Quiz---tomorrow?? Study RockCycle & Notes


Mineral rock vocabulary3

Mineral & Rock Vocabulary

  • Mineral15.Rock cycle

  • Streak16. Magma

  • Luster17. Lava

  • Crystal form18. Weathering

  • Hardnes19. Sediments

  • Mohs scale 20. Deposition

  • Cleavage21. Cementation

  • Fracture22. Metamorphism

  • Density23. Compaction

  • Silicate

  • Rock24. Chemical Weathering

  • Igneous rock25. Soil

  • Sedimentary rock26. Erosion

  • Metamorphic rock


Earth systems 11 3 11

Earth Systems--11/3/11

Add these 3 Definitions to your “Rock” Vocabulary

27. Lichens- plants that “eat” rock through a chemical reaction.

28. Humus- Decayed organic material mixed in with topsoil.

29.Oxidation- Minerals combine with oxygen to form a new substance called rust.

→pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p4

  • Extreme Cave Diving

  • Vocabulary & Bingo

    ***Rock Cycle Quiz---tomorrow-- Study RockCycle & Notes


Earth systems 11 4 11

Earth Systems--11/4/11

Take out your Mineral & Rock Notes

  • What is the difference between Organic & Inorganic? Is a mineral made of organic or inorganic material?

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p7

  • Rock Cycle & Notes Quiz

  • Extreme Cave Diving

  • Interactive Rock Cycle—Media Ctr


Earth systems 11 7 11

Earth Systems--11/7/11

Read the Article on pp56-57 in your book.

  • What is the significance of corundum?

  • What changes the color of a gem?

  • What is the “parent” mineral of over a dozen gems? What do they mean by “parent”?

  • What is the difference in a precious or semi-precious gem?

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p7

  • Igneous Rock Lesson

  • Rock Lab

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Homeroom 8 8 13

  • Read pp70-74,

  • p74 Section 3.2 #1-7 CS


Homeroom 8 8 13

  • Come in quickly & have a seat

  • Find your “Interactive Rock Cycle from Friday”

  • Do Now when we get back.


Earth systems 11 8 11

Earth Systems--11/8/11

Read p78 in your book.

  • Describe the four major processes that work together to Form Sedimentary Rocks.

  • P 71-72. How does the rate of cooling of magma or lava affect the texture of igneous rocks?

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p7

  • Media Ctr: Complete & turn in Interactive Rock Lab

  • Igneous Rock Lesson

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip

  • TOD:

  • HW: Bring Objects tomorrow to Cast!


Es 11 9 11

ES --11/9/11

1- Pick a picture of one of the igneous rocks in the chapter (pp70-74).

2- Write a paragraph explaining how the igneous rock picked was formed.

→pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Casting/aka “Desert Sand Rose”

  • Reading Assignment:

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip

  • TOD:


Reading assignment1

Reading Assignment

  • Read pp80-84;

    p84, #1-8 CS

  • P89, #1-22, CS for “Understanding Concepts”


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Earth Systems--11/10/11

Pp70-71

  • Compare & Contrast intrusive & extrusive igneous rocks.

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p10

  • Media Ctr.

  • Metamorphic Rock Lesson

  • Castings

  • Complete Reading Assignment from yesterday if you have not already. Diamond Factory: Nova Clip

    **Quiz Monday—Study over Notes & Assignments.


Reading assignment2

Reading Assignment

  • Read pp80-84;

    p84, #1-8 CS

  • P89, #1-22, CS for “Understanding Concepts”


Es 11 14 11

ES --11/14/11

1- Explain the 2 main types of weathering: Chemical & Physical Weathering.

2-Distinguish between regional & Contact Metamorphism.

3-Get out the following from last week:

-Reading Assignments pp84 &89

-Rock & Mineral Notes

-1 Clean Sheet of Paper

→pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Mini-Test:Rock & Mineral Quiz

  • Amazing Planet: Destructive Forces

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Es 11 14 111

ES --11/14/11

1- Explain the 2 main types of weathering: Chemical & Physical Weathering.

2-Distinguish between regional & Contact Metamorphism.

3-Get out the following from last week:

-Reading Assignments pp84 &89

-Rock & Mineral Notes

-1 Clean Sheet of Paper

→pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Mini-Test:Rock & Mineral Quiz

  • Reading Assignment pp94-117

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Es 11 15 111

ES --11/15/11

  • Pass back the Article in your Row.

  • Read the Article about “Blood Diamonds”

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Circle Map-- Blood Diamonds

  • P179, What Causes Sinkholes?

    Winter Park, Fl Sink Holes

  • Caves

  • Earthquake Vocab Activity—

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Es 11 16 111

ES --11/16/11

  • Write down the words in a straight line as on the board to the left: Aquifer, recharge, irrigation declines, jeopardy, dry-land farming, ecologically, economically

  • Turn to p 180

  • Read the article “Ogallala Aquifer: How Long Will the Water Last?”

    →pencil,

  • Ogalla Aquifer & Florida’s Aquifer

  • Life w/o Water?

  • “Blue Gold World Water War

  • Earthquake Vocab Activity—


Es 11 17 111

ES --11/17/11

  • Turn to p 208-209, Read “How the Earth Works: Erosion”

  • P209, Answer questions #1-2

  • NGCSU Clip

    →pencil

  • EQ: First Word…

  • Earthquake Vocab Activity—

    ***Vocabulary Quiz—Next Week, Study

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Es 11 18 11

ES --11/18/11

  • p 218, How many Earthquakes occur each year worldwide? How many of these are major earthquakes? When are Earthquakes most devastating?

  • Get out Definitions/Crossword from yesterday

    →pencil

  • Finish—Earthquake Activity

  • EQ: First Word…

  • Earthquake Shake around!

  • ***Vocabulary Quiz—Next Week, Study

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Es 11 21 11

ES --11/21/11

P 218-19

  • What is a fault?

  • What causes an earthquake?

    →pencil

  • Plotting Earthquakes Activity

  • EQ: First Word…

  • Earthquake Vocab– Sentence/Depiction

  • ***Vocabulary Quiz—tomorrow first 15 words.

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Es 11 22 11

ES --11/22/11

  • p 218, The point within the Earth where the earthquake starts is the ___________.

  • The energy released by the earthquake traveling in all directions from the focus is called ________ _________.

  • The epicenter is the location on ………

  • Get out Definitions/Crossword from yesterday

    →pencil, 1 clean sheet of paper, take out “Plotting EQ”

  • EQ: First Word…

  • ***Vocabulary Quiz—

  • Anatomy of an Earthquake--Safari

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Es 11 28 11

ES --11/28/11

  • p 219, How can the crust move?

  • If it moves vertically, what do geologists call this?

  • What does Figure 2 show?

    →pencil, 1 clean sheet of paper

  • EQ: First Word…

  • JigSaw pp218-227

  • Earthquake 101--NAtGeo

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


First word1

First Word

First Word

E_______________________

A_______________________

R________________________

T_______________________

H_______________________

Q _______________________

U_______________________

A_______________________

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Es 11 29 11

ES --11/29/11

  • p 220, What are 2 ways in which deformation affects rock?

  • What is the rock doing if it is experiencing Elastic Rebound?

    →pencil, Get out JigSaw paper

  • JigSaw pp218-227 Part 2

  • Earthquake 101 —NAtGeo

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” Article/Summarizer

  • EQ & Plate Tectonics Vocab cont’d


Eq plate tectonics vocab cont d

EQ & Plate Tectonics Vocab (cont’d)

  • Outer Core

  • Inner Core

  • Moho

  • Pangaea

  • Wegener (use book)

  • Sonar

  • Deep Ocean Trench

  • Rift Valley

  • Subduction

  • Continental drift

  • Sea-floor spreading

12. Paleomagnetism

13.Ritchter Scale

14.Plate

15. Plate Tectonics

16. Divergent boundary

17. Convergent boundary

18. Transform fault boundary

19. Continental volcanic arc

20. Volcanic Island arc

21. Convection Current


Es 11 30 111

ES --11/30/11

  • Take out your vocab from yesterday. Complete & get checked off.

    →pencil, Get out JigSaw paper

  • NOVA: Deadliest Earthquakes

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” Article/Summarizer


Es 12 1 111

ES --12/1/11

  • Read pp 238-39, “Effects of Earthquakes”

  • Complete the “Assessment” p 239, #1b,c,d; 2; 3; 4

    →pencil

  • Media Ctr: Volcano Activity

  • EQ & Plate Techtonic Lesson & Practice

  • P & S Wave Practice..

  • EQ & Plate Tectonics RA


Es 12 2 11

ES --12/2/11

  • Draw a Circle on your paper, write Effects of Volcanoes in the middle & draw a Circle around it.

  • P 298-99, Read 4 areas in the Article: “Effects of Volcanoes”

  • List 2 facts about what was read for each of the 4 areas you chose & put them around the center circle.

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Activator: “Effects of Volcanoes”

  • Volcano Project –

    -Research & PlanCheck off Poster?s

  • P & S Wave Practice


How to cite sources correctly1

How to Cite Sources Correctly

  • Book

    Gorman, Elizabeth. Prairie Women. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1986.

  • Online Magazine

    Elliott, Michael. "The Biggest Fish of Them All." Time. 8 March 2003. 11 March 2003. <http://www.time.com/time>.

    More Examples:

    http://www.studyguide.org/MLAdocumentation.htm


Reading assignment3

Reading Assignment

  • Read the Section; Answer using CS

    p237, #1-3

    p252, #1-4

    p260, #1-5


Es 12 5 11

ES --12/5/11

  • P 248-50, What did Wegner propose?

  • What does Pangaea mean?

  • Name three evidences that supports Continental Drift.

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Volcano Project –

    -Research & PlanCheck off Poster

  • Volcano Activity—Turned in?....

  • “EQ Information”--P & S Wave Practice-- CW/HW


Es 12 6 11

ES --12/6/11

  • P 248-52, Name three evidences that supports Continental Drift.

  • Why did scientists reject Wegener’s hypothesis of Continental Drift?

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Volcano Project –

    -Poster & questions pp285 & 294—(25 min)

  • Volcano Activity—Turned in?....

  • Solar System Project

  • “EQ Information”--P & S Wave Practice– HW


Es 12 6 111

ES --12/6/11

Take out yesterdays HW: “EQ Information”--P & S Wave Practice–

  • P 248-52, Name three evidences that supports Continental Drift.

  • Why did scientists reject Wegener’s hypothesis of Continental Drift?

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Volcano Project Poster

    -Complete p285 & 294 (20 min)

  • Solar System Project

  • “Magnetic Storm: Earth’s Invisible Shield”--Safari


Es 12 7 11

ES --12/7/11

  • P 254- 257 , Describe mid-ocean ridges and deep-ocean trenches.

  • Explain what occurs during sea-floor spreading.

  • Get out Earthquake Notes…

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Plate Tectonic Lesson

  • Mt. St. Helens: Back from the Dead? Nova

  • Solar System Book—Cover Page, TOC setup


Es 12 8 11

ES --12/8/11

  • Read Pp 258-259, “Magnetic Strips” & “Earthquake Patterns”

  • After reading, write down 2 questions for each Section read.

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Solar System Book—Cover Page, TOc

  • Magnetic Storm: Earth’s Invisible Shield– Video Notes…

  • Media Ctr: Solar System Research


Es 12 9 11

ES --12/9/11

  • Read Pp 261. In your own words, briefly explain the theory of plate tectonics.

  • Read Pp 269, “Plate Tectonics into the Future”

  • Write a 3-4 sentence summary about what you read.

    →pencil, Volcano Activity

  • Eyewitness: Planets

  • Solar System Research


Es 12 13 11

ES --12/13/11

  • What is a caldera? How does magma form?

  • Most of the active volcanoes on the earth are located in _______ __ _______.

  • What causes the season’s on Earth?

  • Which of the following is NOT a form of Electromagnetic radiation? (radio waves/gravity)

  • Which color of the visible spectrum (rainbow) has the longest wavelength?

  • Gamma rays, xrays, visible light, and radio waves are all types of ___________ radiation.

    →pencil, Video Notes—label below: Magn Storm

  • Solar System Research

  • Magnetic Storm: Earth’s Invisible Shield– Video Notes…


Es 12 14 11

ES --12/14/11

  • Round depressions on the moon’s surface are called (craters/meteorites)

  • Which is not a terrestrial planet? Mars or Jupiter

  • What is the Nebular Theory?

  • What does a prism do?

    a. Separate sunlight in UV and infrared radiation

    b. Separates visible light into several colors

  • The sun’s surface is made up mostly of (Hydrogen/Oxygen)

  • Why do sunspots appear dark?

    →pencil

  • Research

  • Solar System Research--Media ctr 2nd half…

    Get your Pictures…No more than 15/30


Es 12 15 11

ES --12/15/11

  • The planet with the greatest temperature extremes is (Earth/Mercury)

  • The atmosphere of Venus is composed primarily of (Hydrogen/Carbon Dioxide)

  • _________ is referred as the “Red Planet”.

  • _________ is second only to the moon in brillance in the night sky.

  • Which planet has the greatest mass?

    →pencil

  • Solar System Research

  • Contact


Es 12 16 11

ES --12/16/11

  • Which planet might be described as a large, dirty iceball? (Venus/Pluto)

  • Which planet is the smallest? (Mars/Mercury)

  • What is Jupiter’s Great Red Spot?

  • Why is Pluto not considered to be a planet?

  • What “small, rocky bodies” orbit between Mars & Jupiter?

  • In what direction does a comet’s tail always point?

  • What are the small particles producing a streak of light when it enters the Earth’s atmosphere?

  • The remains of extraterrestrial particles that are found on Earth’s surface are (meteoroids/meteorites)

    →pencil, Get Notebook in order for Tuesday

  • Contact

  • Solar System Research

  • Solar System Book Due today


Es 12 19 11

ES --12/19/11

  • The source of the sun’s energy is (Nuclear fission/Nuclear fusion)

  • The sun will continue to exist in it’s present state for another (5.5 billion yrs/15.5 billion yrs)

  • Most shield volcanoes grown from the ocean floor to form (canyons/islands/tectonic plates)

  • What is an aftershock? Which seismic wave is most destructive ( Pwave/Surface wave)?

  • What is the minimum number of seismic stations needed to determine the location of an earthquake’s epicenter?

  • What is the scale scientist use to measure earthquakes?

  • Why do earthquakes usually cause fires? What did Wegner’s Hypothesis state?

  • The particles produced in volcanic eruptions are (laccoliths/pyroclastic material)

    →pencil

  • Contact

  • Notebook materials…. For tomorrow…


Es 12 20 11

ES --12/20/11

  • The source of the sun’s energy is (Nuclear fission/Nuclear fusion)

  • The sun will continue to exist in it’s present state for another (5.5 billion yrs/15.5 billion yrs)

  • Most shield volcanoes grown from the ocean floor to form (canyons/islands/tectonic plates)

  • What is an aftershock? Which seismic wave is most destructive ( Pwave/Surface wave)?

  • What is the minimum number of seismic stations needed to determine the location of an earthquake’s epicenter?

  • What is the scale scientist use to measure earthquakes?

  • Why do earthquakes usually cause fires? What did Wegner’s Hypothesis state?

  • The particles produced in volcanic eruptions are (laccoliths/pyroclastic material)

    ***PASS BACK SCAN TRONs and fill out.

    →pencil

  • Fill out Scan Tron

  • Final Exam


Es 12 1 112

ES --12/1/11

  • Read pp 238-39, “Effects of Earthquakes”

  • Complete the “Assessment” p 239, #1b,c,d; 2; 3; 4

    →pencil, Get out JigSaw paper

  • Media Ctr: Volcano Activity

  • EQ & Plate Techtonic Lesson & Practice

  • NOVA: Destructive Earthquakes

  • “The Science of Earthquakes” Article/Summarizer

  • EQ & Plate Tectonics Vocab cont’d


Reading assignment4

Reading Assignment

Read pp94-117

Complete the following w/CS.

  • p101, #1-5 CS

  • P107, #1-6, CS

  • P112, #1-6

  • P116, #1-7


Reading assignment5

Reading Assignment

Read pp94-117

Complete the following w/CS.

  • p101, #1-5 CS

  • P107, #1-6, CS

  • P112, #1-6

  • P116, #1-7

  • “Understanding Concepts”


Es 11 14 112

ES --11/14/11

1- Explain the 2 main types of weathering: Chemical & Physical Weathering.

2-Distinguish between regional & Contact Metamorphism.

3-Get out the following from last week:

-Reading Assignments pp84 &89

-Rock & Mineral Notes

-1 Clean Sheet of Paper

→pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes

  • Mini-Test:Rock & Mineral Quiz

  • Reading Assignment pp94-

  • Diamond Factory: Nova Clip


Earth systems 11 7 111

Earth Systems--11/7/11

Take out your Mineral & Rock Notes

  • What is the difference between Organic & Inorganic? Is a mineral made of organic or inorganic material?

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p7

  • Igneous Rock Lesson

  • Rock Cycle & Notes Quiz

  • Extreme Cave Diving

  • Interactive Rock Cycle—Media Ctr


Add to vocabulary words

Add to Vocabulary Words

27. Lichens- plants that “eat” rock through a chemical reaction.

28. Humus- Decayed organic material mixed in with topsoil.

29.Oxidation- Minerals combine with oxygen to form a new substance called rust.


Earth systems 11 1 111

Earth Systems--11/1/11

  • In your Notes, 6 physical properties of Minerals were given, look on p50-53. What are 2 other physical properties

  • How do these 2 properties help to identify minerals?

  • P52, look at Figure 19. Answer the question in the caption. Remember on the Mohs Hardness Scale from 1-10 which is soft and hard.

    →pencil, Mineral & Rock Notes p4

  • Complete Rock Cycle

  • Igneous Rock Lesson

  • Vocabulary

    ***Rock Cycle Quiz---tomorrow??


Mineral rock vocabulary4

Mineral & Rock Vocabulary

15.Rock cycle

16. Magma

17. Lava

18. Weathering

19. Sediments


Earth systems 10 25 111

Earth Systems--10/25/11

  • P592-What is the Koppen Climate Classification system?

  • What are the characteristics of polar climates?

    Climate Scientist

    →pencil, notebook, book

  • Complete & submit to H drive:

    Global Warming: What is Causing it? P587

  • GLobal Warming: EXTREME ICE


Earth systems 10 26 112

Earth Systems--10/26/11

  • What are the trade winds? Where are they located?

  • What is El Nino and La Nina?

    DERECHO!?

    →pencil, Weather Notes

  • Global Warming & Hurricanes


Homeroom 8 8 13

  • Ggggg links

    Climate Change & Ice

    Global Warming & Hurricanes


Earth systems 10 6 111

Earth Systems--10/6/11

  • P536, #1, 5 answer w/CS.

    DERECHO!?

    →notebook, paper, pencil, ESRT Notebook

  • Weather Hangman & other activities

  • “Observing Wind Patterns” 550-551

  • Bill Nye?


Word wall

Word wall!

  • Precipitationevaporation

  • Condensationdeposition

  • Sublimationmeltingfreezing

  • Humiditysaturatedlatent heat

  • Dew pointpsychrometer


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