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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.
Weather & Climate.
The Science of WEATHER JEOPARDY JEOPARDY EnergyHeat TransferWindAir Masses The making of Rain
Chapter 16 Section 3: Winds.
Mrs. Wharton’s Science Class
Heat & Wind by: Mrs. Wisher WRITE EVERYTHING IN BLUE!
Caused by... uneven heating of the Earth’s surface Winds are named by the direction they blow from. Direction indicated by... wind vane Speed measured.
Air Earth’s Atmosphere.
What causes the seasons to occur?
Heating the Earth Air Pressure
Movement of Air Chapter 14-4 Pages
Convection in Our Atmosphere
Earth’s Oceans and Weather Systems Weather Factors.
Air Pressure and Winds Notebook Page 78
Wind Causes of Wind.
Key Idea #18 The sun is the major source of energy for events that occur on the surface of the Earth.
16-2 Heat Transfer. (pages 548–551) 1
Mr. Nye’s Jeopardy RULES 1.There will be round robin play (start with team 1 and go to team 4). 2.The team who answers correctly wins the point value.
Weather Factors Chapter Two. Energy in the Atmosphere Most energy from the sun reaches Earth in the form of visible light and infrared radiation, and.
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