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In this Science Nspired module, students will explore the topic of Atmospheric Circulation through simulations, formative assessments and summative assessments. This Lesson Guide is a TI-Nspire PublishView™ document.
Published on January 15, 2014
This Science Nspired Bell Ringer introduces the topic of atmospheric circulation and asks students to consider how it can result in extreme weather. The Bell Ringer is a TI-Nspire PublishView™ document.
Published on January 10, 2014
In this lesson, students will observe air movement in high and low pressure systems. Students will use observations to determine wind direction in a specific region and recognize how the rotation of the earth affects air circulation.
In this lesson, students will make observations of the effect of the unequal heating of the earth on the atmosphere and use their observations to describe trends in winds and weather.
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