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10.13.14 Forces Impacting Earth Word Wall. OBJ: We will learn our vocabulary on factors impacting Earth’s systems by defining our vocabulary and creating a word wall word. S. According to the graph is car A or car B traveling faster? Justify your answer. B. A. P.

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10 13 14 forces impacting earth word wall
10.13.14 Forces Impacting Earth Word Wall

OBJ: We will learn our vocabulary on factors impacting Earth’s systems by defining our vocabulary and creating a word wall word.

S

According to the graph is car A or car B traveling faster? Justify your answer.

B

A

read and summarize what you should be able to do by the end of the week

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Read and summarize what you should be able to do by the end of the week

Earth and space. The student knows that natural events and human activity can impact Earth systems. The student is expected to:

(A) predict and describehow different types of catastrophic events impact ecosystems such as floods, hurricanes, or tornadoes;

catastrophic event

A

Catastrophic Event
  • An event such as a hurricane, flood, or tornado that causes a sudden or dramatic change to the Earth’s surface
hurricane

A

Hurricane

A violent tropical cyclone storm with torrential rains and high winds caused by temperature difference of ocean water and air.

salinity

A

salinity
  • The amount of dissolved salt in a body of water
storm surge

A

Storm surge
  • An abnormal rise of the sea along a shore, caused primarily by the winds of a storm
tornado

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Tornado
  • A violent, spiraling cyclone storm seen as a funnel shaped cloud that causes lots of damage.
mechanical weathering
Mechanical Weathering
  • The breaking down of rocks into small particles by physical means. .
chemical weathering
Chemical weathering
  • The process in which rocks are broken down into smaller pieces by chemical reactions.
erosion
Erosion
  • The movement of small rock particles from one location to another by means of water, ice, or wind.
deposition
Deposition
  • When particles carried by water, ice, or wind are deposited (dropped) in another location
watershed
Watershed
  • the land area that drains into a particular lake, river, or ocean.
runoff
Runoff

Water that flows over Earth’s surface.

groundwater
Groundwater

Water that is stored in cracks and pores beneath Earth’s surface.

surface water
Surface water

The water that fills lakes and rivers.

porosity
Porosity

The measure of a rock’s ability to hold water.

water table
Water table

The upper limit of the underground region in which the cracks and pores within rocks and sediment are completely filled with water.

recharge zone
Recharge zone

process where water moves downward from surface water to groundwater.

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Create a word wall:

Front: Word and Colored Picture

Back: Definition, sentence, name and class period

Besides the catastrophic events that we wrote today, what other catastrophic events can you think of? How would they affect an ecosystem?

E

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10.14.14 Catastrophic Events and Ecosystems

Use the graph to answer the following questions:

  • If the volume of the object is 20 cm3, what is its mass?
  • What is the density of the object in question #1?

S

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Use the Info below to answer the questions: 1. What 2 things impact Earth systems? 2. What are three catastrophic events that affect ecosystems?

Earth and space. The student knows that natural events and human activity can impact Earth systems. The student is expected to:

(A) predict and describehow different types of catastrophic events impact ecosystems such as floods, hurricanes, or tornadoes;

10 15 14 severe weather bkwk
10.15.14 Severe Weather BKWK

OBJ: We will predict and describe how catastrophic events impact ecosystems by reading our science textbooks and completing graphic note organizers.

S

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Before you read complete the THINK PAIR SHARE on page 208 in your textbook

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A – Lesson 5.3 Severe Weather

- Read Pages 208 – 217

- Complete the following tasks

- Identify 209

- Identify 210

- Describe 211

- Sequence 213

- Describe 214

CE- Complete and turn in page 218

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10.16.14 Severe Weather Foldable

OBJ: We will predict and describe how catastrophic events impact ecosystems by creating a severe weather foldable from our book research.

S

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Give two reasons people should leave coastal areas when a warning is issued that a strong hurricane will strike land.
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A - Severe Weather Foldable pages 215 and FL12

- Use pages 214 – 216 for research

- Follow the instructions for the foldable

in the book

C - Write 3 test questions that your partner can answer using your foldable.

E - Write a summary of what you did today in class and what you learned.

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10.17.13 Write to Learn Hurricanes

We will predict and describe how catastrophic events impact ecosystems by completing a KWL chart while we watch a video.

S- Find the longest food chain in this food web and write it down.

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Use the Info below to answer the questions: Describe how hurricanes, floods and tornadoes impact ecosystems

Earth and space. The student knows that natural events and human activity can impact Earth systems. The student is expected to:

(A) predict and describehow different types of catastrophic events impact ecosystems such as floods, hurricanes, or tornadoes;

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Explain how it is possible for catastrophic events can impact ecosystems positively and negatively.