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  1.   Air Masses
Air Mass, Humidity, Polar, Tropical, North America, Cold Front, Warm Front, Cumulus, Stratus, Cirrus
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  2.   Atmosphere
Atmostphere, Troposphere, Stratosphere, Weather, Climate, Latitude, Patterns, Greenhouse, Agriculture, Ozone
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  3.   Meteorology
Equator, Era, Forswear, Infiltrate, Irreversible, Meteorological, Penetrate, Precise, Synthetic, Thaw
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 400 for Meteorology
  1.   Meteorology - How's The Weather
_ _ Search About this Site Email this Search the Teachnet Site Teachnet Site Meteorology- How's the Weather? Project URLs: http://www.teachersnetwork.org/teachnetnyc/bglasgold/weather.htm Bonnie Glasgold teaches http://www.teachnet-lab.org/ps101/bglasgold/wind.htm enrichment classes at PS101 http://www.teachnet-lab.org/ps101/bglasgold/airpressure.htm in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn and is a TeachNet Proj...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  2.   Fahrenheit vs Celsius
Fahrenheit vs Celsius Grade Level: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Objectives: The student will: read and learn the use of unfamiliar words using knowledge of root words and prefixes. work with a small group of classmates to make a meteorological tool. use effective communication skills in group activities. present a brief oral report. convert Fahrenheit temperature into Celsius temperature. convert Celsius temperature into Fahrenheit temperature. Estimated Time for Completing Activity: 45-60 minutes Type of Activity: Exploratory National Science St...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Air Pressure is Powerful
Air Pressure is Powerful Grade Level: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Objectives: The student will: read and learn the meanings of unfamiliar words using knowledge of root words and prefixes work with a small group of classmates to make a meteorological tool use effective communication skills in group activities present a brief oral report convert inches of Mercury to hectopascals Estimated Time for Completing Activity: 45-60 minutes Type of Activity: Exploratory National Science Standards: Standard A Item 3 Standard E Item 4 and Item 5 Standard G Item 1 V...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   The Storm that Led to the Saguenay Flood
...in small groups, to search geographic resources to differentiate among storms, cyclones, and hurricanes. Outline the Opportunity Students will explore the topic to discover information about the severity of the storm that led to the Saguenay Flood. They will then complete a Web search to define the meteorological terms listed below, then write a narrative description of the stages of development of a severe thunderstorm with a comma cloud. Hurricane Cyclone Severe thunderstorm Comma cloud Synoptic scale Cyclonic rotation Revisit and Reflect Have students share their narratives with the class. Together, students can...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   Ocean Currents and Meteorology
OCEANS CURRENTS AND METEOROLOGY QUEBEC – MIDDLE SCHOOL Ocean Currents and Meteorology Lesson Overview This activity helps Grades 6-8 students to understand how ocean currents affect climate. Using statistics, they will compare Quebec and France which, although situated at similar latitudes, have very different climates. Why? Quebec is influe...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  6.   Meteorology Madness
METEOROLOGY MADNESS Grade Level: Written by: Length of Unit: 4th Grade Adina Felten, Crown Pointe Academy, Westminster, CO Seven lessons (approximately 6 weeks (31 days); 1 day = 45 minutes) I. ABSTRACT Our weather is ever changing, can be extremely unpredictable and exciting, and often includes some of the most fascinati...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Meet Meteorology
MEET METEOROLOGY Grade Level or Special Area: Fourth Grade Written by: Maria Jelinek and Janelle Johnson, Lincoln Academy Charter School, Arvada, Colorado Length of Unit: Nine lessons (each lesson approximately 50 minutes in length) I. ABSTRACT This unit is designed to provide fourth graders with an overview of meteorology and...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  8.   Surface Meteorological Observation System (SMOS)
Tools of the Atmospheric Scientist Lesson 3 - Surface Meteorological Observation System (SMOS) Recording surface weather conditions Target Level - Middle School/Junior High When we watch a weather report on television or listen to NOAA Weather Radio we most often hear about surface weather conditions. The reports describe such factors as temperature, heat index, windchill, a...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  9.   Meteorology - What Is It?
Home About Us Contacts Help Feedback Australian Government - Bureau of Meteorology SEARCH Search Global Australia NSW Vic. Qld WA SA Tas. ACT NT Ant. Weather & Warnings Hydrology Climate Numerical Prediction About Services Learn About Meteorology Registered User Services Lesson Plan 8 Earth and space sciences (The changing Earth) Year Level: 5/8 Key learning area: Science Meteorology - What...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  10.   Father of Satellite Meteorology
Home WI Weather Stories banner Contact/Feedback About the Project Severe Weather Stories Sayings/Beliefs Occupation/Meteorology Introduction Father of Satellite Meteorology Focus Questions Learning Objectives Preparing to Teach Dr. Verner Suomi this Lesson 1916-1995 Suggested Activities Adapted with permission from an original text by Russell Hall, Editor, Ocupational Jargon UW-Madison Space Science and Engineering Center Working as a...
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    Grade Level: 3-12


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