Posted by: mrborden | April 21, 2013

Week 31 CST Review 3


April 24 2013
QFD: We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak. ~Epictetus
?FD: Explain the carbon oxygen cycle in a paragraph
Objective: Students will retain knowledge demonstrated this year on all of the California Earth Science Standards and perform at a level of proficient or better on the state exam and final exam.
1) notes on standards 6 + 7
2) make up 3 questions from each standard at 3 different levels ( explained in class)
April 23 2013
QFD: The most precious gift we can offer anyone is our attention. ~Thich Nhat Hanh
?FD: Which directions do winds blow in the northern hemisphere? Southern?
Objective: Students will retain knowledge demonstrated this year on all of the California Earth Science Standards and perform at a level of proficient or better on the state exam and final exam.
1) notes on standards 5 and 8
2) notes on standards 6 + 7

April 22 2013
QFD: Silent” and “listen” are spelled with the same letters.
?FD: How much ultraviolet radiation hits Earths Surface? How much bounces back off the ozone layer?
Objective: Students will retain knowledge demonstrated this year on all of the California Earth Science Standards and perform at a level of proficient or better on the state exam and final exam.
1) notes on standards 5 and 8
2) notes on standards 6 + 7
6. Climate is the long-term average of a region’s weather and depends on many factors. As a basis for understanding this concept:
a. Students know weather (in the short run) and climate (in the long run) involve the transfer of energy into and out of the atmosphere.
b. Students know the effects on climate of latitude, elevation, topography, and proximity to large bodies of water and cold or warm ocean currents.
c. Students know how Earth’s climate has changed over time, corresponding to changes in Earth’s geography, atmospheric composition, and other factors, such as solar radiation and plate movement.
7. Each element on Earth moves among reservoirs, which exist in the solid earth, in oceans, in the atmosphere, and within and among organisms as part of biogeochemical
cycles. As a basis for understanding this concept:
a. Students know the carbon cycle of photosynthesis and respiration and the nitrogen cycle.
b. Students know the global carbon cycle: the different physical and chemical forms of carbon in the atmosphere, oceans, biomass, fossil fuels, and the movement of carbon among these reservoirs.
c. Students know the movement of matter among reservoirs is driven by Earth’s internal and external sources of energy.
d.* Students know the relative residence times and flow characteristics of carbon in and out of its different reservoirs.
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