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Temperatures - The Highs and Lows . A presentation of some fun ways to show you more about Temperature. Discovery movie. Directions:. You will need your notebook, a pencil, and a thermometer.

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Temperatures - The Highs and Lows

A presentation of some fun ways to show you more about Temperature

Discovery movie


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Directions:

  • You will need your notebook, a pencil, and a thermometer.

  • You will be placed into groups of 4. Look on the board for your group and go to that place to do the activities.


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Discussion:

  • With your group, discuss the following:

What is temperature?


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What is a HIGH temperature?

  • We all know when it is hot, write down a temperature that has been seen in Easton that is known to be HOT,HOT,HOT….


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When it is cold, what temperature is it? Write a temperature that you think iscold…..


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Farenheit and Celcius temperature that you think is

Take a look at the thermometers…what do you see?

When does F = C?

What happens to F when the temperature goes below 0F?

What happens to C when F goes below 0F?


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Did you know? temperature that you think is

According to SOME scientists, the Earth is warming - this is called Global Warming.

2005 and 1998 have been tied for the hottest years yet in the Northeast.

The causes may be from pollution from power plants and cars.


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Figure this one out…. temperature that you think is

If the Earth is warming at 2F each year, in 2004, the average temperature is 65F what will the temperature be in the year 2005? 2006? 2010? 3011?

(Hint: Make a T chart to help)


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Let’s Use The Thermometers temperature that you think is

Using the thermometers:

  • Find 40F, what is the temperature (about) in C?

  • Find -20F what is the temperature in C?

    3. Find -5F what is the temperature in C?


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What about….. temperature that you think is

  • 13C is what temperature in

    F?

  • 55C is what temperature in

    F?


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Take it one step further…. temperature that you think is

In your group, figure out this….

If you flew from Easton and the temperature was 70F and you landed in Snake Canyon, Utah where it was 110F, what is the temperature difference?


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Let’s take a look at it….. temperature that you think is

What did you do?

110F  70F = 40F difference


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Journaling Time temperature that you think is

Write three (3) important things that you learned about temperature in your journals.

Also, write a word problem using temperature…


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Created By: temperature that you think is

Jen Goodyear

Prime Workshop 2006