2 Content Area : Social Studies Grade Level : 2Summary : The purpose of this instructional power point is to inform students of the five oceans and quiz them on the information given in the slides.Objective/Target : Given the names and descriptions of the five oceans, the student will be able to identify them with 100% accuracy.Standard : 2.14 Construct a globe of the four hemispheres, seven continents and five oceans using the equator and prime meridian.Accomplishment : Gain knowledge of the location and characteristics of the five oceans.
3 Pacific Ocean The Largest Ocean Spans across from South America to Australia and West AsiaCovers more than 30% of the Earth’s surface.The Ring of Fire
4 Atlantic Ocean The 2nd largest ocean About Half the size of the Pacific OceanLocated between the continents of North America, South America and Africa.
5 Indian Ocean The 3rd Largest ocean Located between Africa, Southern Asia and AustraliaLargest Breeding grounds for Humpback whales
6 Arctic Ocean Located around the North Pole across the Artic Circle The Coldest of all the oceansPolar Bears live on the Arctic Ice
7 Southern OceanLocated around the South Pole along the Antarctic circleHome to Emperor Penguins
8 Which ocean is the largest breeding ground for Humpback whales? Arctic OceanIndian OceanPacific Ocean
9 Correct!Yes! The Indian Ocean is the largest breeding ground in the world for Hump Back Whales.
10 What ocean is the 2nd Largest Ocean? Atlantic OceanIndian OceanAnarctic Ocean
11 Correct!!The Atlantic Ocean is the 2nd Largest Ocean in the world.
12 Which ocean is known for the Ring of Fire? Southern OceanIndian OceanPacific Ocean
13 Correct!!!The Pacific Ocean is know for an area full of volcanic eruptions known as the Ring of Fire
14 ConclusionGood job! You have now learned about the 5 oceans and the important facts. Now lets set sail!