Climate and Change Self Assessment

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Climate and Change Self Assessment

  1. 1. TOPIC 2: CLIMATE AND CHANGE Complete the ‘traffic light’ assessment of your learning during this topic. Use the key for guidance. You should know... RED AMBER GREEN • How climate has changed in the past • The timescales of climate change • How scientists know about past climate changes • The natural causes of climate change • How climate change affected people and the environment during the Little Ice Age • How large, long term climate change contributed to extinction at the end of the last ice age • How the greenhouse effect works • The types of human activities increasing greenhouse gases • How greenhouse gas levels have changed over time • Who the main producers of greenhouse gases are • What scientists think might happen to climate and sea levels in the future • How the UK’s climate could change in the future • The challenges our changing climate might bring • How climate change might affect people in the developing world RED: I don’t understand KEY AMBER: I understand most of it, but am not confident GREEN: I totally understand Reflect on your assessment of your learning during this topic. Think about those statements that you identified as RED. Set two targets that will help you to improve your knowledge and understanding of this statement. You must decide HOW you are going to ensure that you meet the target and WHEN you intend to achieve it. How are you going to achieve your target? When will you MY TARGET What are you going TO DO? achieve your target? 1. 2. Assessment for Learning

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