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1 NAME DATE The Unit Organizer BIGGER PICTURE LAST UNIT/Experience CURRENT UNIT NEXT UNIT/Experience UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS is about... UNIT RELATIONSHIPS Student Activities or Assignments UNIT MAP CURRENT UNIT > Weather Dynamics Science 10: Scientific Literacy > 1. What is the different between weather and climate? 2. How does severe weather impact our environment? 3. How are scientific principles used to explain global weather conditions? 3. How do meteorologists forecast local and global weather? 4. How can natural and human factors influence climate change? 5. How are global climate changes affecting our environment? causes and impact of severe weather meteorological data consequences of global weather change by exploring the by analyzing by identifying local weather conditions by forecasting principles of weather by explaining the Sequence Explanations Compare / Contrast Cause / Effect Problem / Solution gaining an understanding of scientific principles which affect weather

2 NAME DATE The Unit Organizer NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Expanded Unit Map is about Weather Dynamics causes and impact of severe weather meteorological data consequences of global weather change by exploring the by analyzing by identifying local weather conditions by forecasting principles of weather by explaining the gaining an understanding of scientific principles which affect weather

3 NAME DATE The Unit Organizer NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS Expanded Unit Map is about Weather Dynamics causes and impact of severe weather meteorological data consequences of global weather change by exploring the by analyzing by identifying local weather conditions by forecasting principles of weather by explaining the gaining an understanding of scientific principles which affect weather weather climate blizzard flood drought ice storm tornado thunderstorm cyclone monsoon humidity relative humidity atmospheric pressure temperature dew point wind speed / direction barometer thermometer anemometer wind vain rain gauge front (warm, cold, stationary, occluded) isotherms isobars jet stream gradient lithosphere hydrosphere atmosphere conduction convection radiation heat capacity precipitation dew cloud water cycle Coriolis effect weather balloon weather satellite weather radar Doppler radar probability climate change greenhouse effect greenhouse gases global warming ozone smog


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