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3 Science Science Science Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Technology Technology Technology Language Arts Language Arts Language Arts Language Arts Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics

4 EarthMeteorology Life

5 Water Cycle Water Cycle Water Cycle Water Cycle Clouds Clouds Clouds Precipitation Precipitation Precipitation Air Pressure/ Temperature Air Pressure/ Temperature Air Pressure/ Temperature Air Pressure/ Temperature Wind Wind Wind Storms Storms Storms

6 Stratus Cumulus Cirrus Cumulonimbus Nimbostratus

7 Precipitation Evaporation Condensation

8 Rain Snow Sleet Hail

9 Air pressure is affected by: Air pressure is affected by: –The air above it –Temperature Temperature Temperature –How warm is the air?

10 Wind is moving air Wind is moving air Wind speed – how fast the air is moving Wind speed – how fast the air is moving Caused by uneven heating of the earths air Caused by uneven heating of the earths air

11 Most common storm = thunderstorms Most common storm = thunderstorms United States has more tornados than any other country United States has more tornados than any other country Tropical storms become hurricanes if wind speed reaches 74 mph Tropical storms become hurricanes if wind speed reaches 74 mph

12 Weather affects our daily lives. How does it affect humans? How does it affect humans? How does it affect plants? How does it affect plants? How does it affect animals? How does it affect animals?

13 Uses instruments Uses instruments Forecasts weather Forecasts weather Weather patterns are observed Weather patterns are observed

14 Disasters Geography Personal

15 Hurricanes Tornados

16 Where you live will determine Where you live will determine –The seasons you will experience –The temperature –The amount and types of precipitation

17 Why do we care about the weather? It affects how you dress It affects how you dress It is dependent upon where you live It is dependent upon where you live It can affect what you eat It can affect what you eat

18 Has expanded our ability to study the weather. Internet Instruments

19 Thermometer Wind Vane Anemometer Barometer Rain Gauge

20 Local Weather Storm Tracking

21 Literature Research

22 Activities with this lesson: Song : include 4 elements of the water cycle Poem : include 4 types of precipitation Windy Writing : how wind works for us Tornado Novel, The Tornado Watches : creative stories

23 Trade Books Trade Books –The Cloud Book –The Weather Sky –The Magic School Bus Inside a Hurricane –The Magic School Bus Kicks Up a Storm –Wild Weather Blizzards –Hurricanes and Tornadoes Internet Internet –http://www.noaa.govhttp://www.noaa.gov –http://www.tornadoproject.comhttp://www.tornadoproject.com –http//www.weather.com

24 We will collect data and then construct graphs using the data.

25 We will measure: Temperature Temperature Wind speed Wind speed Amount of rainfall Amount of rainfall

26 We will graph the following: Bar graph of average temperature of each month Bar graph of average temperature of each month Line graph of anemometer readings (wind speed) Line graph of anemometer readings (wind speed)

27 Storm sounds on picture on slide 4 from CD package handed out in class (mouse over and click=different sounds) Storm sounds on picture on slide 4 from CD package handed out in class (mouse over and click=different sounds) Stratus cloud picture on slide 6 from mkcamel.w.interia.pl/images/ stratus%20st.jpg Stratus cloud picture on slide 6 from mkcamel.w.interia.pl/images/ stratus%20st.jpg Cumulus, cirrus and nimbostratus pictures on slide 6 from wcumulus.htm Cumulus, cirrus and nimbostratus pictures on slide 6 from wcumulus.htm Cumulonimbus picture on slide 6 from spaceplace.jpl.nasa.gov/ cumulonimbus.jpg Cumulonimbus picture on slide 6 from spaceplace.jpl.nasa.gov/ cumulonimbus.jpg Rain picture on slide 7 from q-aig/aig- c010.html Rain picture on slide 7 from q-aig/aig- c010.html Snow picture on slide 7 from pigallery.designheaven.com/winterscenes/ snowing-01.jpg Snow picture on slide 7 from pigallery.designheaven.com/winterscenes/ snowing-01.jpg Thermometer on Slide 8 from

28 Wind picture on Slide 9 from Storm sound on Slide 10 Storm sound on Slide 10 Thermometer picture on Slide 18 from Thermometer picture on Slide 18 from warm- cozy.shtml Anemometer picture on Slide 18 from Anemometer picture on Slide 18 from ergy/anemometer.html ergy/anemometer.html Barometer picture on Slide 18 from Barometer picture on Slide 18 from expertise.htmwww.runnymede.com/ expertise.htm Rain gauge picture on Slide 18 from Rain gauge picture on Slide 18 from rain_gauges.htmwww.tracker-outdoors.com/ rain_gauges.htm Weather maps on Slide 19 from Weather maps on Slide 19 from Graph picture on Slide 25 from


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