Question your partner’s understanding of the weather variables air temperature, air pressure, wind speed, humidity, and precipitation. Use cause and effect signal words such as consequently, thereby, and as a result of to describe the water cycle and weather relationship.
Use the terms continental air mass, polar air mass, maritime air mass, tropical air mass, and arctic air mass in written work.
Use the sentence frame “When a _____ air mass moves toward a _____ air mass, a _____ front forms” in conversations and written work.
Use scientific terms in written work.
Groups create and illustrate flash cards of each of the weather variables.
Activity: You have to have a heart
Create a graphic organizer to show the relationship between the water cycle and weather patterns
Quiz- Chapter 11 lesson 3
Quiz on Atmosphere
Groups create a collaborative poster illustrating and explaining how air masses form and what weather they bring as they move around 5 stations.
Groups use sentence frame to sort four types of fronts from pictures provided and describe the weather each front might cause.
Test on concepts and vocabulary of Atmosphere and Weather (Chapter 11 and 12)