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  • 1. February 27, 2012
    • EQ : How do different air masses affect weather in Georgia? S6E3
    • Objective : I can explain how the four kinds of air masses influence weather in the United States.
    • Warm-Up : What type of cloud indicates the potential for severe weather?
    • Agenda
      • EQ/I Can/Warm-Up
      • Finish ALL VOCABULARY for Weather and Climate
      • Notes—Water Cycle/Weather Introduction
      • Homework: Water In The Atmosphere
  • 2. Answer: Cumulonimbus
  • 3. February 28, 2012
    • EQ: How are the types of fronts formed? S6E3; S6E4
    • Objective: I can explain how the four different types of fronts form.
    • Warm-Up: What type of storm is associated with strong winds, heavy rains, thunder, and lightning?
    • Agenda
      • EQ/I Can/Warm-Up
      • Complete Notes
      • Possible Quiz
  • 4. Answer
    • Thunderstorms
  • 5. February 29, 2012
    • EQ: How do fronts affect weather ? S6E4
    • Objective: I can explain how fronts cause weather changes.
    • Warm-Up: How do volcanic eruptions affect the climate?
    • Agenda
      • EQ/I can/Warm-Up
      • Bill Nye—Weather
      • Foldable/Notes
      • Homework: Precipitation
  • 6. Answer Volcanic ash blocks the radiate energy from the sun causing the global temperatures to drop.
  • 7. March 1, 2012
    • EQ: How do anticyclones and cyclones affect the weather? S6E4
    • Objective: I can explain how cyclones and anticyclones affect the weather.
    • Warm-Up: Draw an anticyclone (label) and a cyclone (label).
    • Agenda
      • EQ/I can/Warm-Up
      • Foldable Notes
      • Class work/Homework: Air Masses and Fronts
  • 8. Answers:
  • 9. March 2, 2012
    • EQ: Why are tornadoes not hurricanes? S6E4b
    • Objective: I can identify how tornadoes form and how hurricanes form.
    • Warm-Up: Identify the storm type:
    • News Alert: A giant “engine” that uses warm,
    • moist air as fuel has formed over warm ocean
    • waters and is heading for the coast. Expect
    • landfall in a week !
      • Agenda:
      • EQ/ I Can/ Warm-up
      • Standards Mastery Check
      • Quiz/Notes/Video
      • Homework: Review over the types of air masses
  • 10. Answer: Hurricane!!!!!!!! http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/hurricanes/