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# Water and Weather Unit Week 14 Directions 1.Prepare your desk for science. Put your signed test face down on your desk. 2.Use voice level 2 (conversation)

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Water and Weather Unit Week 14 Directions 1.Prepare your desk for science. Put your signed test face down on your desk. 2.Use voice level 2 (conversation) to share with each other what you would do to improve the states of water experiment in the future.

Targets & Warm Up Targets: Students will discover how and why water changes state. Students will identify the tools of a meteorologist. Warm Up: Collect tests

Conclusion – Hypothesis reflection Was your hypothesis correct or incorrect? Why? What did you see happen to the state of water as heat energy was taken away and then added? – Areas of improvement How could you improve this experiment in the future? – Application section What did the experiment teach you about the states of water and heat energy? How can you use this information in real life ? – ** HINT: Water cycle!

Targets (Revisited) Targets: Students will discover how and why water changes state.

What is a meteorologist? Meteorologist: A scientist who studies and measures weather conditions Meteorologists use readings from tools to tell about the weather today and to predict future weather Question: What weather conditions might meteorologists need to measure?

What do you think these tools do?

Table of Contents DateTitlePage Weather Tools42 Once you are finished with the Table of Contents, go to page 42 and add the title and date to the top of the page.

Activity #1 1.Cut out all 6 weather tools. 2.Paste the weather tools into your notebook. The tools should be evenly spaced. Leave room to write the tool name and what the tool does.

ThermometerBarometerAnemometer Wind Vane Rain GaugeHygrometer

Activity #2 Read textbook pg. 194 to 195 out loud in your table group. After reading each section, see if you can identify the function of a tool. Decide what the function of the tool is and write it underneath or next to the tool name (ex. Thermometer: Measures _____________) Air temperature

Water and Weather Unit Week 14 Directions 1.Prepare your desk for science. Put your signed test face down on your desk. 2.Use voice level 2 (conversation) to reread textbook pg. 194 to 195. If you did not finish writing down the functions for the instruments, work with your table group to finish the activity from yesterday.

Targets & Warm Up Targets: Students will identify the tools of a meteorologist. Warm Up: What tools did we identify yesterday? What is the function of each tool?

ThermometerBarometerAnemometer Wind Vane Rain GaugeHygrometer

Thermometer Measures air temperature

Barometer Measures air pressure

Anemometer Measures wind speed

Wind Vane Measures wind direction

Rain Gauge Measures rainfall

Hygrometer Measures humidity

Weather Tools Video

Weather Tools Slideshow http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jam s/science/weather-and-climate/weather- instruments.htm

Questions What tool would he or she use? 1.Gina wants to know whether it’s hot or cold outside. 2.Gerald wants to know how much rain has fallen over the past three days. 3.Anna wants to know if it will be a windy day. 4.Claire wants to know if it will be a cloudy day or a sunny day. 5.Allen wants to know if the wind is blowing towards the north or south. 6.Eric wants to know if the air is going to feel wet or dry.

Targets (Revisited) Targets: Students will identify the tools of a meteorologist.

Homework SubjectHomeworkDue Date ScienceWeather Instruments wksht Monday

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