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  • 1. weather 
 & climate T1W2 - Factors affecting temperature
  • 2. by the end of the lesson, I am able to… 1) Describe differences 2) Suggest reasons why the temperature of two places
 are different.
  • 3. 1) Refer to handout from last week (pg 2) ! Self Marking
  • 4. ! a) Using the information from Figure 2, describe how the absorption of solar energy is distributed in June 2007.
  • 5. ! a) Using the information from Figure 2, describe how the absorption of solar energy is distributed in June 2007. = how is it arranged. What pattern is formed?
  • 6. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student = Female Student
  • 7. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student Back Front = Female Student Describe the distribution of the students in the class.
  • 8. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student Back Front = Female Student Describe the distribution of the students in the class. Most Male Students are at The back Most Female students are in front
  • 9. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student Back Describe the distribution of the students in the class. Most Male Students are at The back Increasingly more female students / Less Male Students Front = Female Student Most Female students are in front
  • 10. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student Back = Female Student Describe the distribution of the students in the class. Most Male Students are at The back Generally, the closer to the front, the more the number of female students. Increasingly more female students / Less MAle STudents Front Most Female students are in front
  • 11. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student Back Front = Female Student Describe the distribution of the students in the class. Most Male Students are at The back Most Female students are in front Generally, the closer to the front, the more the number of female students.
  • 12. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student Back = Female Student Describe the distribution of the students in the class. Most Male Students are at The back Generally, the closer to the front, the more the number of female students. The place with the highest number of female students are in front. Front Most Female students are in front
  • 13. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student Back = Female Student Describe the distribution of the students in the class. Most Male Students are at The back Generally, the closer to the front, the more the number of female students. The place with the highest number of female students are in front. Front
  • 14. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student Back = Female Student Describe the distribution of the students in the class. Most Male Students are at The back Generally, the closer to the front, the more the number of female students. The place with the highest number of female students are in front. Front The place with the least number of female students are at the back.
  • 15. Example: In a classroom… = Male Student Back = Female Student Describe the distribution of the students in the class. Generally, the closer to the front, the more the number of female students. The place with the highest number of female students are in front. Front The place with the least number of female students are at the back.
  • 16. Describe the distribution= how is it arranged. = What pattern is formed? What’s the general pattern? Generally, the closer to / further away from something, the factor will…. The place with the highest ….is at…..… The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 17. ! Generally, the closer to / further away from something, the factor will…. The place with the highest ….is at…..… The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 18. ! Amount of solar energy received gets lesser and lesser Most of the highest are at tropics of cancer and capricorn Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The place with the highest ….is at…..… The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 19. Lowest at North Pole ! Amount of solar energy received gets lesser and lesser Most of the highest are at tropics of cancer and capricorn Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The place with the highest ….is at…..… The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 20. Lowest at North Pole ! Amount of solar energy received gets lesser and lesser Most of the highest are at tropics of cancer and capricorn Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The place with the highest ….is at…..… The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 21. Lowest at North Pole ! Most of the highest are at tropics of cancer and capricorn Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The place with the highest ….is at…..… The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 22. Lowest at North Pole ! Most of the highest are at tropics of cancer and capricorn Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The place with the highest ….is at…..… The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 23. Lowest at North Pole ! Most of the highest are at tropics of cancer and capricorn Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The area with the highest amount of solar energy absorbed are at the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 24. Lowest at North Pole ! Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The area with the highest amount of solar energy absorbed are at the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 25. Lowest at North Pole ! Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The area with the highest amount of solar energy absorbed are located at the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The place with the lowest ….is at…..…
  • 26. Lowest at North Pole ! Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The area with the highest amount of solar energy absorbed are located at the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The area with the lowest amount of solar energy absorbed are located at the North Pole.
  • 27. ! Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. The area with the highest amount of solar energy absorbed are located at the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The area with the lowest amount of solar energy absorbed are located at the North Pole.
  • 28. Qns 4: Predict the temperature Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. We came to this conclusion just now.
  • 29. Qns 4: Predict the temperature Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. We came to this conclusion just now. So between 2 locations, if one is closer to the Tropics, the other one is further, which one has a higher temperature?
  • 30. Qns 4: Predict the temperature Generally, the nearer to the Tropics of Cancer and Capricon, the higher the amount of solar energy absorbed. We came to this conclusion just now. So between 2 locations, if one is closer to the Tropics, the other one is further, which one has a higher temperature? If we know the temperature of one, can we guess the temperature of another?
  • 31. 4) ! 32.5ºC
  • 32. 4) ! 32.5ºC Singapore (1.3ºN)
  • 33. 4) ! Seoul (37.5ºN) 32.5ºC Singapore (1.3ºN)
  • 34. 4) ! Montreal (45.5ºN) Seoul (37.5ºN) 32.5ºC Singapore (1.3ºN)
  • 35. 4) ! Montreal (45.5ºN) Seoul (37.5ºN) 32.5ºC Singapore (1.3ºN) Bueno Aires (34.6ºS)
  • 36. 4) ! Montreal (45.5ºN) Seoul (37.5ºN) 32.5ºC Singapore (1.3ºN) Bueno Aires (34.6ºS) Melbourne (37.7ºS)
  • 37. 4) !
  • 38. 4) ! Singapore (1.3ºN)
  • 39. 4) ! Seoul (37.5ºN) Singapore (1.3ºN)
  • 40. 4) ! Montreal (45.5ºN) Seoul (37.5ºN) Singapore (1.3ºN)
  • 41. 4) ! Montreal (45.5ºN) Seoul (37.5ºN) Singapore (1.3ºN) Bueno Aires (34.6ºS)
  • 42. 4) ! Montreal (45.5ºN) Seoul (37.5ºN) Singapore (1.3ºN) Bueno Aires (34.6ºS) Melbourne (37.7ºS)
  • 43. 4) ! Montreal (45.5ºN) Seoul (37.5ºN) 32.5ºC Singapore (1.3ºN) Bueno Aires (34.6ºS) Melbourne (37.7ºS)
  • 44. 4) Able to estimate the rest now? (need not be exact. Just show which is higher and lower) ! Montreal (45.5ºN) Seoul (37.5ºN) 32.5ºC Singapore (1.3ºN) Bueno Aires (34.6ºS) Melbourne (37.7ºS)
  • 45. ok so far? If so, let’s move on
  • 46. ! This is the distribution of the temperature of the world
  • 47. Now we’ve learnt from the previous exercise… Latitude determines the amount of solar energy received
  • 48. If that is the case, why is it that places with the same latitude can have different temperatures?
  • 49. If that is the case, why is it that places with the same latitude can have different temperatures? •z warmer Cooler
  • 50. If that is the case, why is it that places with the same latitude can have different temperatures? •z warmer Cooler
  • 51. If that is the case, why is it that places with the same latitude can have different temperatures? warmer •z Cooler
  • 52. If that is the case, why is it that places with the same latitude can have different temperatures? warmer •z Cooler
  • 53. If that is the case, why is it that places with the same latitude can have different temperatures? warmer •z Cooler
  • 54. So latitudes are not the only reasons why there are different temperatures in this world. other factors?
  • 55. instructions Consider the following scenarios Answer them in the Google Form at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ssP6ctLzpMGC7Lj7NvhBBkDMImfmSSEbhSZQW03d0Y/viewform
  • 56. scenario A1 I heat up an empty metal cup and a metal cup with water. (ans qns on google form)
  • 57. scenario A2 Ans qns on Google Form.
  • 58. scenario A2 A Ans qns on Google Form.
  • 59. scenario A2 A Ans qns on Google Form. B
  • 60. scenario B I was on top of a mountain. (ans qns on google form)

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