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1. Objective (READ) SWBAT describe the effects of the Chernobyl accident. 2. Question of the Day. (TURN OBJECTIVE INTO A QUESTION) 3. Warm-up (ANSWER) 1. What is wrong with the Aral Sea? 2. CLASSROOM PROCEDURES REVIEW – What is the conversation level during teacher instruction?
ConversationYes, whisper, to help kids HelpNO Orso, notebook, text, other kids Activity1.Question of the Day 2.Answer focus q’s (3 mins) MovementYes, get notebook as you enter No, use hand signals ParticipationRight = sitting, writing, helping Wrong = no binder, no Q of Day Activity WARM-UP
ConversationNone, raise a hand to speak, write comments in the margin to say during a commercial break HelpRaise hand, notebook, text, NO other kids ActivityTaking notes, hearing directions, explaining info, important news MovementNO, no bathroom during TI YES, hand signal for pencil ParticipationRight = silent, writing, awake Wrong = talking, not writing Activity TEACHER INSTRUCTION (TI)
ConversationYes, whisper, to help kids, be on task HelpOrso, notebook, text, other kids ActivityViewing websites, creating products MovementYes, get laptop when approved No, use hand signals after seated ParticipationRight = typing, writing, helping Wrong = anything other than what is assigned Activity LAPTOPS
ConversationYes, whisper, to YOUR GROUP, be on task HelpOrso, notebook, text, group members ActivityCreating products MovementYes, to get with group, desk olympics No, use hand signals after seated ParticipationRight = whispering, working, helping Wrong = talking to other groups, not participating, not helping Activity GROUPS
Table of Contents DateTitleLesson # 11/16European Union38 11/18EU DBQ39 **RUSSIA (EURASIA) UNIT** 11/23Cover Page40 11/24Cut-Away Boxes41 11/30Human-Environment Interaction 42 1. Go to the next fresh page. 2. Write the title “HEI”
Case Study #3 – Chernobyl Note: You must be logged- in as a student today. Admin will not work.
A. Background During the Cold War the US and Soviet Union had an arms race. Both sides rapidly built nuclear power plants for energy and weapons.
HEI IssueCausesEffects Create this chart in your notebook and complete each column. Chernobyl – nuclear power plant explosion
CAUSES 1. To rapidly industrialize the Soviet Union built infrastructure quickly and poorly. 2. In 1986 the power plant at Chernobyl in Ukraine exploded.
Causes 3. Nuclear radiation contaminated the environment. Bumper cars at an abandoned amusement park near the power plant.
Clip #1 Question: 1.What are the effects of the accident? 2.How did the Soviet Union react to the situation?
Map Showing Contaminated Areas The Chernobyl nuclear accident affected a huge area. This map shows areas that have elevated levels of cesium 137 in Northern Europe area, in the years after the Chernobyl accident. READ ONLY
EFFECTS 1. Radiation spread throughout Eurasia and Europe. 2. Ukrainians were forced to migrate, abandon their land and homes. An abandoned school in the city near the plant.
EFFECTS 3. Radiation causes major health problems like high cancer rates and birth defects.
Laptop Directions You must log in as a Student. Don’t X off of Novell, you need it to access Google Earth. Once you access Google Earth agree to the LanDisk thing. When it loads, do what the power point slide with the direction says.
Directions Pretend you visited the Chernobyl nuclear power plant and took the following pictures (1-6) Pretend you are creating a facebook photo album of each picture. Write a caption for each picture.
1. This is an aerial photo of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant taken two or three days after the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear plant explosion which spread clouds of radioactive dust across the western part of the Soviet Union and Europe. READ ONLY
2. The power station, which rendered the town uninhabitable for centuries, looms on the horizon, two- and-half kilometers away. READ ONLY
3. Nature has been reclaiming the abandoned town. Wild boars roam the streets at night. Birch trees have been growing at random, even inside some apartment blocks. READ ONLY
4. A cemetery of radioactive vehicles is seen near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in this Nov.10, 2000 nuclear accident at Chernobyl. READ ONLY
5. Then five-year- old Alec Zhloba, suffering from leukemia, looks on in a children cancer unit at a hospital in Gomel, Belarus, in this March 19, 1996 file photo. Some 70 percent of the fallout from the 1986 Chernobyl disaster fell on Belarus. Health Effects READ ONLY
6. Ukrainian biology professor Vyacheslav Konovalov demonstrates a foal horse mutant in his laboratory in Zhytomyr, 120 km west of Kiev, Ukraine on March 11, 1996. He collected plant and animal mutants and human embryos and planned to create a warning museum. Effects on Nature READ ONLY
Pictures 7-10 Click the link here: Chernobyl PhotosChernobyl Photos Choose four more pictures from the website. Briefly sketch each picture and include a caption to complete your fictional facebook album.
Google Earth Field Trip Click on the Novell window at the bottom by the start button. Open Google Earth Type 51 24 N, 30 03 E in the Search box and hit enter. Zoom out and locate the abandoned city Prypiat to the Northeast. Click the blue buttons to check out the pictures. You must have the Geographic Web layer clicked. The Chernobyl plant is to the SW of Prypiat.