Posted by: mrborden | January 2, 2012

2012, Welcome Back!


Jan 6 Fri
QFD:That theory is worthless. It isn’t even wrong! ~Wolfgang Pauli
?FD: Wha type of climate has hot summers and cold winters?
ESS 5f.* Students know the interaction of wind patterns, ocean currents, and mountain ranges results in the global pattern of latitudinal bands of rain forests and deserts.
1) Day 3 of 3(Climate)
2) chapter test (all students) pick 25 out of 30 Qs to answer from pages 628/629 (NB) by Friday!
3) finish maps and writing
4) finish weather map and turn it in!

Jan 5 (Thur)
QFD: In all science, error pre
cedes the truth, and it is better it should go first than last. ~Hugh Walpole?
?FD: What type of climate has hot humid summers and cold winters and moderate precipitation?
ESS 5f.* Students know the interaction of wind patterns, ocean currents, and mountain ranges results in the global pattern of latitudinal bands of rain forests and deserts.
1) Day 2 of 3 Climate zones
2) chapter test (all students) pick 25 out of 30 Qs to answer from pages 628/629 (NB) by Friday!
3) finish maps and writing
4) finish weather map and turn it in!


climate maps






Jan 4 Wed
QFD: Science is built up of facts, as a house is built of stones; but an accumulation of facts is no more a science than a heap of stones is a house. ~Henri Poincure
?FD: What type of wind blows up the windward side of a mountain?
Objective:
ESS 6b.Students know the effects on climate of latitude, elevation, topography, and proximity to large bodies of water and cold or warm ocean currents. and
ESS 5f.* Students know the interaction of wind patterns, ocean currents, and mountain ranges results in the global pattern of latitudinal bands of rain forests and deserts.
1) quiz
1) Climate Zones – Day 1 of 3 Pairs (Tropical Rainy, Dry, Temperate Marine, Temperate continental Polar, Highlands)
2) One of you will identify and draw a map of your climate region and a animal that lives in that climate – include latitude and longitude of your country on your map (pgs608/609)
3) One of you will explain the climate and microclimates associated with your climate region by writing 500 words from the climate descriptions on pgs 606-615 and also answer questions 1-5 on pg 615

1) When altitude increases , temperature ____________
2) if you live near a large body of water, what will the climate be like during the summer?
3) The temperature on the leeward side of a mountain is ?
4) The temperature _____________ as latitude increases
5) Name the 3 factors that influence the temperature of an area?
6) How do winds affect the amount of precipitation in an area?
7) On which side of the mountain does precipitation fall – Leeward or windward
8) how does Earths tilt cause seasons>
9) How would Earths temperature change if we did not have a tilt?
10) Describe a land breeze

Jan 3 2012 (Tues)
QFD: For man, autumn is a time of harvest, of gathering together. For nature, it is a time of sowing, of scattering abroad.
Edwin Way Teale
?FD What was the most fun thing you did on vacation?
Objective: ESS 6b.Students know the effects on climate of latitude, elevation, topography, and proximity to large bodies of water and cold or warm ocean currents.
1) check missing assignments and Weather Map ( 200 pts)
2) explain procedure for this month ( 2nd Semester)
3) Thinking map
4) read about climate









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  1. This guy is funny at the begining , just saying . He is talking about climate change & he wants to know if human caused global warming . He says there are two posablilities of it being true and false.


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