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Global Warming Lesson 1. Match these pairs of words. Carbon Dioxide Sulphur Dioxide Nitrogen Dioxide Methane CFCs Water. Acid Rain Global Warming Rain Ozone layer depletion Global Warming Acid Rain. Objectives. Link atmospheric gases with the effects on the climate

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    1. Global Warming Lesson 1

    2. Match these pairs of words • Carbon Dioxide • Sulphur Dioxide • Nitrogen Dioxide • Methane • CFCs • Water • Acid Rain • Global Warming • Rain • Ozone layer depletion • Global Warming • Acid Rain

    3. Objectives Link atmospheric gases with the effects on the climate Describe the process of global warming Write a conclusion about the validity of your experiment as a model of climate change

    4. Method • Teacher Instructions

    5. Investigating Global Warming What can I change? What can I keep the same? What can I measure? What can I change What can I change What equipment do I need? What do I think my results will look like?

    6. Investigating Global Warming What can I change

    7. How does Global Warming work • This link gives an simple animation showing the process of global warming • http://earthguide.ucsd.edu/earthguide/diagrams/greenhouse/

    8. Head to the left if you think your evidence is valid and can be used as a model of global warming Head to the right if you think your evidence is not valid and can not be used to show how global warming works.

    9. Assessment Triangle Justify whether you evidence is valid or not Give two sources of energy that cause the earth to heat up List three gases that can cause global warming