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Unit Portfolio Presentation Kimberly Maynard
In this lesson, students will gather data from around the world to compare various weather trends to the weather in North Carolina. Students will be responsible for collecting data, compiling it into digital graphs, communicating with other students around the world to learn more information about the climate in their area, and sharing their information via a multimedia presentation. Students will be asked to reveal any patterns and trends that they notice and evaluate why these trends exist.
Essential Questions How does change affect me? How does climate around the world affect me? Unit Questions How do global climate trends affect the weather in North Carolina? Content Questions What is climate? What are global climate trends and how do they impact the local climate? How do we synthesize data to find trends and patterns amongst our information? How do I collect information and display it in a graph?
This project will allow students to develop 21 st century skills by: Collaborating with peers. Analyzing climate data and drawing conclusions to answer Unit Questions Solving problems and making decisions about their findings. Communicating with others in a podcast.
At end of project W-O-W Chart Reflective Blog Post Podcast Presentation During project Blog Posts Questioning Group & Self Assessment Conference Prior to start of project Questioning W-O-W Chart Project Plan Wordle Document
My goals for this project are to…. allow students to work collaboratively (locally and globally) to gain a greater understanding of climate trends. allow students to learn how to create digital graphs, podcasts, and blogs. allow students to effectively communicate their findings.
Student goals for this project include…. learning how to compile scientific data and construct a digital graph collaborating with peers (local and global) to learn about global weather patterns creating a podcast to share findings presenting information to a group of peers