01 10-2012-warm up – page 94-complete
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  • 1.
    • Copy today’s date and EQ. Also copy the following vocabulary words:
      • Evaporation – liquid to gas – needs energy (for water cycle from the sun)
      • Condensation – gas to liquid – loses energy/cools (for water cycle, forms clouds and dew)
      • Precipitation – rain, sleet, hail, and snow falling from clouds
      • Transpiration – trees give off water vapor through their leaves (tree sweating)
      • Run off – water that flows over the land
      • Groundwater – water underground
      • Collection/Accumulation – any place water is stored
  • 2.  
  • 3.
    • With the part of your team at your table, discuss the word list. Decide where each process occurs on the water cycle diagram.
    • Label your diagram with each process.
    • Define the terms on page 94 in your own words.
  • 4. Example of Team Columbus Patch
  • 5.
    • With your entire group, brainstorm things that you have in common. Some things to think about
      • What are your goals for science class?
      • What are your favorite parts about science?
      • Can you incorporate your names?
    • Start thinking about patch designs. You may want several people to come up with ideas and then incorporate them all together.
    • Remember, symbolism is important. What does the information your illustrate on your patch mean about your team?
    • You may want to incorporate your team name or some way of referencing your team name in your patch design.
    • Your patch can be any shape.