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200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 Inside Earth Unit---- Jeopardy Review Category 1Category 2 Category 4 Category 5Category 3
Category 1--$200 True or false: Oceans make temperatures on land less extreme? What is…….false - it makes them MORE extreme!
Category 1--$400 Name the local winds. What are…….sea breezes and land breezes.
Category 1--$600 Why do sea breezes occur? What is…….because the air over the land heats up more quickly so the air over the water blow in.
Category 1--$800 What are all winds caused by? What is…….differencies in air pressure
Category 1--$1000 What produces global winds? What is…….the movement of air between the equator and the poles (the Coriolis Effect)
Category 2--$200 Name the three types of heat transfer. What are…….radiation, convection, and conduction.
Category 2--$400 Define conduction. What is…….the direct transfer of heat from one substance to another that is touching
Category 2--$600 Give an example of convection in your daily life. What is…….a house heated by a furnace.
Category 2--$800 Explain what creates a land breeze. What is…….during the night, the air over the land is cooler than the land over the ocean, so the cooler air blows out toward the sea.
Category 2--$1000 Contrast the three ways in which heat is transferred. What are…….conduction is touching, convection is through currents, and radiation is through empty space.
Category 3--$200 What measures air temperature? What is…….a thermometer
Category 3--$400 What causes most of the heating of the troposphere?. What is…….convection Daily Double!!
Category 3--$600 Define Coriolis Effect.. What is…….the way Earths rotation makes winds curve.
Category 3--$800 Explain what creates a land breeze. What is…….At night cooler air moves from the land to the sea. Daily Double!!
Category 3--$1000 The south end of Earths axis is tilted towards the sun in which month? March, June, September, or December? What is…….December.
Category 4--$200 What measures wind speed? What is…….an anemometer.
Category 4--$400 How are winds named? What is…….from the direction they come from.
Category 4--$600 What instrument indicates wind direction? What is…….a wind vane.
Category 4--$800 What is the upward movement of warm air and the downward movement of cool air called? What are…….convection currents
Category 4--$1000 What are the seasons caused by?… What is…….the tilt of the earths axis as Earth travels around the sun.
Category 5--$200 What is latitude? What is…….the distance away from the equator
Category 5--$400 What is the boiling point of water in Celsius? What is…….100ºC.
Category 5--$600 What is the freezing point of water in degrees Fahrenheit? What is……32ºF.
Category 5--$800 What instrument measures mass? What is….….a pan balance.
Category 5--$1000 What causes extreme weather? (3 things) What are…….the sun, the water in the atmosphere, and the rotation of the Earth.
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