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UNIT ONE: Toward Independence

Lesson 28

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WEATHER AND CLIMATE

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PAGE 62

1
PLEASE DO NOW!

What type of information does a weather report provide?

Write a minimum of five (5) lines.

 
 
 
 
 
3
READ Section 1-3, pages 34-36
On a SEPARATE piece of paper,
create your own notes (cornell, web, or outline).

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PAGE 63

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2
OBJECTIVES:
  • Define weather and climate.
  • Explain how climate is described.

 
 
 
 
 
 
4
ATTACH the Handout on Weather and Climate.

 
  • Weather and Climate
    • Weather
      • Definition
        • conditions in the atmosphere at this time
      • Describing Weather
        • Temperature
          • measurement of heat energy
          • current measurement
          • high and low
          • wind chill
          • heat index
        • precipitation
          • any form of water that falls to the ground
            • rain, snow, sleet, hail
        • air pressure
        • humidity
        • wind
    • Climate
      • Definition
        • long-term weather patterns in an area
      • Describing Climate
        • Temperature
          • hot (a lot of heat energy)
          • mild, moderate, warm (moderate heat energy)
          • cool, cold (a little heat energy)
        • Moisture
          • precipitation
            • dry, arid (a little rainfall)
            • wet (a lot of rainfall)
        • Times of the year
          • usually summer and winter
          • sometimes year round

Add the Following Item to Your Glossary (68-70)
 
Weather
Precipitation
Climate