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PreAP Thursday 9-19-13 Fast Plants – Observations – Label parts of flower and bee – Pollinate flowers according to instructions. – Glue Pod data tables.

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1 preAP Thursday Fast Plants – Observations – Label parts of flower and bee – Pollinate flowers according to instructions. – Glue Pod data tables into spiral fast plant log book. Return quizzes, labs, & other WSs Grade Review HW: study for test with PowerPoint on wiki

2 Thursday WU: 1.What season is it in the southern hemisphere? 2. What is the main thing that causes a season to be warm or cold?

3 Thursday WU : How many days does it take the moon to go from: a)Full moon to full moon? b)New moon to full moon? c)1 st quarter moon to full moon?

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5 Friday WU : How many days does it take the moon to go from: a)Full moon to full moon? b)New moon to full moon? c)1 st quarter moon to full moon? 27.3 days days days

6 Moon, Tides & Seasons Review Write answer on your white board. Hold it up so that your teacher can see it Tally up the number you get right and the number you get wrong. No using your notes But you can write down reminders of things you need to remember on a sheet of paper.

7 Seasons Identify the Season in the Northern Hemisphere. visualSeasons visual Winter

8 Seasons Identify the Season in the Southern Hemisphere. visualSeasons visual Winter

9 Seasons What date(s) does the following represent? visualSeasons visual Equinox day Spring Equinox = March 21 st Fall Equinox = September 21 st

10 What season is it in the Northern Hemisphere at the star? Spring

11 Which person is in a warmer climate? List all the reasons why. Person A More direct sunlight (90 o angle) Located at subsolar point Lower Latitude (A is at 10 o N, B is at 65 o N) A B 65 o N 10 o N

12 What season is it in the Northern Hemisphere? Fall Subsolar point is on Equator so it is an equinox. Earth will be pointing away from the sun as it continues to move to the left. Therefore it is headed towards the winter.

13 List the 3 things that cause seasons. Tilt of Earth on Axis Revolution of Earth around Sun How direct the sunlight is. Tilted away from sun Tilted toward sun

14 27.3 days (almost 4 weeks.) How long does it take for moon to make one complete cycle?

15 How long to go from a Full to New Moon 2 weeks

16 How long to go from a Full to last Quarter Moon 1 week

17 If March 4 th was a last quarter moon what did the moon look like on the 26 th ? Full Moon

18 Which moon is closest to the Sun in this picture?

19 19 Waxing crescent full 1st quarter Last quarter new Waxing gibbous Waning gibbous Waning crescent Redraw this picture showing what each moon would like like from the earth, and name each moon.

20 Which Moons would be associated with big tidal ranges?

21 F & B What is the name associated with a big difference between high and low tide? Spring

22 Which letters are associated with Neap tides? A & E Why does it have such a small tidal range? Sun Moon & Earth are perpendicular to each other

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24 What type of Tide? Low Tide Low Tide High Tide High Tide

25 Tides? High Tide High Tide Low Tide Low Tide

26 What type of tide? Spring Tide High Tide High Tide Low Tide Low Tide

27 What type of tide? Neap Tide High Tide High Tide Low Tide Low Tide

28 28 Waxing crescent full 1st quarter Last quarter new Waxing gibbous Waning gibbous Waning crescent Neap SpringSpring Neap How often do we have spring tides? When are they? Every 2 weeks

29 Tides How often do we have high tides? When are they? Twice a day! When moon is directly above or on opposite side of Earth.

30 Eclipses Draw a lunar eclipse. What can you not see? Earth in the middle. Can not see the Moon.

31 Define Waxing Waning Crescent Gibbous Getting Bigger Getting Smaller Less than ½ visible More than ½ visible

32 What Moon Phase Is This? And… How Do You Know? © Copyright M. J. Krech. All rights reserved.

33 Waxing Crescent Light on the right. Less than half lit.

34 What Moon Phase Is This? And… How Do You Know?

35 Waning Gibbous Light on the left. More than half lit.

36 What Moon Phase Is This? And… How Do You Know?

37 Waxing Gibbous Light on the right. More than half lit.

38 What Moon Phase Is This? And… How Do You Know?

39 Waning Crescent Light on the left. Less than half lit.

40 What Moon Phase Is This? And… How Do You Know?

41 Third (Last) Quarter Light on right. Less than half lit.


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