Posted by: mrborden | November 6, 2011

Energy In the Atmosphere


Thur Nov 10
QFD: The future depends on what we do in the present. – Mahatma Gandhi
?FD: Name the 3 ways in which Earths atmosphere regulates heat
Objective: Ess 4 b. Students know the fate of incoming solar radiation in terms of reflection, absorption, and photosynthesis by drawing and labeling pictures.
1) Day 2 of 2 Draw color and label pgs figure 2 pg 499, 514 (figure13), 528 and 535 or old book – pg 487, 488, 489, and 491 (figure16-7)
2) write 50 words explaining each picture on the back. Divide 1 piece of white paper into 4 equal areas for drawings
Due: website, chapter test, and picture by the end of the period

Be Nice to Sub and Go Raiders!

Wed Nov 9
QFD: Autumn is a season followed immediately by looking forward to spring. Doug Larson
?fd: What is smog?
Objective: Ess 4 b. Students know the fate of incoming solar radiation in terms of reflection, absorption, and photosynthesis by drawing and labeling pictures.
1) Draw color and label pgs figure 2 pg 499, 514 (figure13), 528 and 535 or old book – pg 487, 488, 489, and 491 (figure16-7)
2) write 50 words explaining each picture on the back. Divide 1 piece of white paper into 4 equal areas for drawings
Due: website, chapter test
Tue Nov 8
QFD: The spring, the summer,
The chilling autumn, angry winter, change Their wonted liveries; and the mazed world By their increase, now knows not which is which.
William Shakespeare
?FD: Name the 4 main gases and their proportions in our atmosphere
Objective: 8c. Students know the location of the ozone layer in the upper atmosphere, its role in absorbing ultraviolet radiation, and the way in which this layer varies both naturally and in response to human activities.
1)Pgs 522/523 pick 25 questions to answer
2) Notesclimate

Mon Nov 7
QFD: Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are. John Wooden
?FD: What is the formula for photosynthesis? Respiration?
Objective: 8a. Students know the thermal structure and chemical composition of the atmosphere
8c. Students know the location of the ozone layer in the upper atmosphere, its role in absorbing ultraviolet radiation, and the way in which this layer varies both naturally and in response to human activities.

Word of the Day : soltice = longest day or longest night depending on the hemisphere you are in
1) Energy in the atmosphere pg 526
2) the air around you pg 498
3) Notes
4) HW:SR all







It is a characteristic of wisdom not to do desperate things. Henry David Thoreau


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