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11.11 Bell Ringer. Take out Meteorology Review Sheet Page #1 and Page #2 should be complete What will the weather be like in Southern Florida based on the map below? Write your claim and evidence. Standard.

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11 11 bell ringer

11.11 Bell Ringer

  • Take out Meteorology Review Sheet

    • Page #1 and Page #2 should be complete

  • What will the weather be like in Southern Florida based on the map below? Write your claim and evidence.


Standard

Standard

  • S6E4. Students will understand how the distribution of land and oceans affects climate and weather


Objectives

Objectives

  • Students should be able to demonstrate mastery (80% or above) of standards in Unit 2, or Meteorology.

  • Students will have a deep understanding of Meteorology, or the study of weather as they prepare for their unit assessment.

  • Students will be assessed through their participation in the Meteorology Sink or Swim Review game, and a cloze paragraph exit ticket.


Meteorology review sheet

Meteorology Review Sheet

  • Page #1 and #2

  • Vocabulary Section

    • Correct Answers that are incorrect. Make sure you are listening!


Unequal heating

Unequal Heating


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Unequal Heating


Coriolis effect

Coriolis Effect

  • Coriolis Effect: Earth’s rotation causes winds to blow in a ______________ path. Winds in the northern hemisphere move _______________, while winds in the Southern Hemisphere move ___________________.


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Coriolis Effect

  • Coriolis Effect: Earth’s rotation causes winds to blow in a curved path. Winds in the northern hemisphere move clockwise/right, while winds in the Southern Hemisphere move counterclockwise/left.


Waves currents tides

Waves, Currents, Tides


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Waves, Currents, Tides


Factors affecting climate

Factors Affecting Climate

Latitude, Proximity to Water, Altitude, Ocean Currents, Global Winds

  • __________________Areas near large bodies of water typically have more mild winters and summer because water heats up and cools down slower than land.

  • __________________Areas that are higher above sea-level are typically cooler.

  • __________________Polar easterlies may bring dry, cooler climate to areas; Prevailing Westerlies may bring moist climate to areas (United States); Trade winds may bring moist, warm climate.

  • __________________Areas that are located near the equator are typically warmer than areas located near the poles.

  • __________________Areas near constant moving masses of warm-water heat up climate, while areas near constant moving masses of cold-water cool down climate.


Factors affecting climate1

Factors Affecting Climate

Latitude, Proximity to Water, Altitude, Ocean Currents, Global Winds

  • Proximity to Water: Areas near large bodies of water typically have more mild winters and summer because water heats up and cools down slower than land.

  • Altitude: Areas that are higher above sea-level are typically cooler.

  • Global Winds: Polar easterlies may bring dry, cooler climate to areas; Prevailing Westerlies may bring moist climate to areas (United States); Trade winds may bring moist, warm climate.

  • Latitude: Areas that are located near the equator are typically warmer than areas located near the poles.

  • Ocean Currents: Areas near constant moving masses of warm-water heat up climate, while areas near constant moving masses of cold-water cool down climate.


U s a test prep sink or swim rules

U.S.A Test Prep: Sink or Swim Rules

  • You MUST discuss the question and answer with all group members. If discussion is not occurring (example: one person is answering questions on their own), question will be marked incorrect

  • No talking while questions are being read or answers are being explained

  • Only one person from each group should be out of their seat at any given time

    • 50 points deduction for not following rules

    • 1st place= 5 spaces, 2nd=3 spaces, 3rd= 1 space


Cloze paragraph exit ticket

Cloze Paragraph: Exit Ticket

  • Silently fill out cloze paragraph exit ticket

  • Add the word “Wind” in the word bank

  • Turn in on your way out the door


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11.12 Bell Ringer

  • Take out page #3 and page #4 of review packet (homework)

  • Match the cause with the word.


Reading weather maps

Reading Weather Maps

  • 1. List 2 areas that have nice, fair weather, based on where the pressure systems are located. TX, AB

  • 2. List one area with bad, lowsy weather based on pressure system: MI, NV

  • 3. What type of front is in Georgia? Cold

  • 4. Why type of weather would this bring? Heavy Rain, Thunderstorms

  • 5. What type of front is just passed through the Northeast, such as Maine? Warm

  • 6. What type of weather would this bring? Light and Steady Rain


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  • Name two types of low-level clouds.

  • What type of clouds are called “fair weather clouds” and look like floating cotton?

  • Which type of clouds brings lightning, thunder, and tornadoes?

  • Are stratus clouds or cirrus clouds found closer to the ground?

  • What type of cloud is often formed by fog lifting in the morning? What are cirrus, cirrostratus, and cirrocumulus clouds made of?


11 11 bell ringer

  • Name two types of low-level clouds. Stratus, Nimbostratus, Cumulus

  • What type of clouds are called “fair weather clouds” and look like floating cotton? Cumulus

  • Which type of clouds brings lightning, thunder, and tornadoes? Cumulonimbus

  • Are stratus clouds or cirrus clouds found closer to the ground? Stratus

  • What type of cloud is often formed by fog lifting in the morning? Stratus

  • What are cirrus, cirrostratus, and cirrocumulus clouds made of? Icy Crystals


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