Let's see how well you've been working at home.
Check Homework 1.16 (Extra Check In Time)
Click on the Notes and Homework tab at the top of the page to check your homework from last night. Raise you hand if you have any questions.
Google Fu (5 min)
Let's take a break to learn about Google Keep. A great way to keep track of what you have to do.
What You Should Already Know (5 min)
Part of the material you're learning about will be self taught. Here are the topics you should already know. These are based on Homework 1.15 and 1.16 and the reading we did in Lesson 32. Some of it is also based on information you learned in other classes.
- What gases make up the atmosphere
- The five layers of the atmosphere
- Their location and important facts (flip book)
- Function of the ozone layer and ionosphere
- Atmospheric Pressure (Density)
- Energy transfer
- Convection, Conduction and Radiation
- The Water Cycle
Notes: Global Air Movement (30 min)
If we have any extra time in class you can use it to work on your Layers of the Atmosphere flip book.
Check Out (10 min)
Did you learn anything today? Fill out the form below to see what you remembered. Try and answer the questions without your notes first and then see what you need to look up. Whatever you look up make a note by it because it will give you something to study.
No homework tonight. This is a good opportunity to finish your Layers of the Atmosphere flip book if you haven't already.