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Earth Science second semester Bell ringer exercises Jan 27 to Feb 17

Earth Science second semester Bell ringer exercises Jan 27 to Feb 17

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  • 1. 1st Period Raw Score Distribution1210 10 9 8 7 6 4 3 2 0 <40% 40% TO 52% 53% TO 65% > 65%
  • 2. 2nd Period Raw Score Distribution65 54 4 4 43210 <41% 41% TO 51% 52% TO 63% > 63%
  • 3. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 1/23/121. The chemical formula for water is H2O. What elements are in water?2. How many atoms of each element are there in a water molecule?
  • 4. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 1/23/121. The elements in water are hydrogen and oxygen.2. There are two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom in each molecule of water.
  • 5. Earth and Environmental Science Bell Ringer 1/24/12Draw this schematic diagram in yourNotesChange of State: Freezing
  • 6. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 1/25/12 (Pgs 505-506)1. What happens to Heat during a change of State/Phase?2. What happens to temperature during a change of State/Phase?
  • 7. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 1/25/121. Heat goes to changing the state of water during a change in state.2. Temperature does not change in water as it changes state.
  • 8. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 1/26/121. In what state/phase is the water in the air?
  • 9. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 1/26/121. The water in the air is in the gaseous or vapor phase
  • 10. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 1/27/12
  • 11. Earth and Environmental Science Bell Ringer 2/8/121. What happens to air as it is allowed to expand?2. What happens to air as it rises?3. Put these two things together with what we know about water in the atmosphere and write a paragraph (5 complete sentences) about how clouds
  • 12. Earth and Environmental Science Recommendation Day Assignment 2/8/121. Read Chapter 18.3 (pages 517-522)2. Do the worksheet.3. Add the vocabulary terms on Page 517 to your vocabulary list4. Write out the vocabulary terms you have used and/or plan to use in. in your video.5. Turn in all of the vocabulary terms, and
  • 13. Images on Worksheet 18.3 B A
  • 14. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 2/9/12
  • 15. Earth and Environmental Science Bell Ringer 2/13/121. What type of air lifting is associated with mountains?2. What is the importance of unstable air? That is what tends to happen when air is unstable?3. Put these two things together write a paragraph (5 complete sentences) about it tends to rain or snow more in
  • 16. Earth and Environmental Science Bell Ringer 2/13/12Mountains cause air to rise throughorographic lifting. Rising air is unstable.Unstable air tends to lead to rain and snow.So mountains tend to get more rain andsnow than low lying areas.
  • 17. Descriptive Poll 1A. Wispy ? B. Fluffy?
  • 18. Descriptive Poll 2A. Horizontal ? B. Vertical ?
  • 19. Descriptive Poll 3A. Dense ? B. Scattered ?
  • 20. Descriptive Poll 4A. High ? B. Low ?
  • 21. Exercise 1Describe this image
  • 22. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 2/14/12
  • 23. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 2/15/12
  • 24. Todays Bell Schedule8:55-9:33 1st Period9:39-9:45 Homeroom9:51-10:28 2nd Period10:34-11:11 3rd Period11:17-11:54 4th Period12.00-12:37 5th Period12:43-1:20 6th Period1:20 Begin dismissal / lunch pick-up by buildings 1:45 Buses Leave
  • 25. Earth and Environmental ScienceBell Ringer 2/17/12