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Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5
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Full Geography Secondary 3 Express- Weather and Climate 5

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  • 1. + 3 Express Pure Geog: Types of Climate 28th March 2012 Reconsolidation Arman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 2. + 2 What did we learn last lesson? Climograph  Climatic Graph  graph of average temperatures and average rainfall for a place over the twelve months of a year  drawn by reference to data presented in a climatic tableArman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 3. + 3 Climograph: Inferring ClimateArman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 4. + 4 What did we learn last lesson? Expert Group Learning  After completion of case study, Expert A, B, C, D will come together to form a Learning Group  Each Learning Group works on one final assignmentArmanAlluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 5. + 5 Getting to Know Me:  Return all Getting to Know Me worksheets privately  The mapArman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 6. + 6 How is Weather different from Climate?  Weather refers to the conditions of the atmosphere at a specific place over a relatively short period of time, whereas climate refers to the average atmospheric conditions over a specific place over a considerable period of time, usually 30 to 35 years.Arman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 7. + 7 How is Weather different from Climate?  Must be written in full prose  Either choose specific characteristics or use conjunctions of contrast eg. while, but etc.  Weather refers to the conditions of the atmosphere at a specific place over a relatively short period of time, whereas climate refers to the average atmospheric conditions over a specific place over a considerable period of time, usually 30 to 35 years.Arman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 8. + 8  Evaporation  a process where water from water bodies is converted into water vapor as the Earth’s surface is heated up  Relative Humidity  Increases as the amount of water vapor in the air increasesArman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 9. + 9  Condensation  process in which cooled water vapour changes into water droplets  Relative Humidity  increasing and approaching saturation pointArman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 10. + 10  Saturation  air is carrying the maximum amount of water vapour it can hold at that temperature  Relative Humidity  100 per cent *but shouldn’t the rising air reach saturationArmanAlluwie TP2 SHSS point before condensation? -> pg 96
  • 11. + 11Arman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 12. + 12 Questions  What are the characteristics of relief rain?  How does a typhoon occur?  How is lighting formed?  Where is the saturation level?  Are HDBs considered high relief?  Why doesn’t the land feel cold when warm air rises?  Why does it rain when its bright and sunny?Arman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 13. + 13 Relative Humidity: Varies with LocationArman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
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  • 18. + 18 “Condo Fog”Arman Alluwie TP2 SHSS
  • 19. + 19  Precipitation  water falling from the atmosphere onto the Earth’s surface  Relative Humidity  Decreases, water vapour has condensed and thus its amount has reducedArman Alluwie TP2 SHSS *do not mention temperature changes

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