Fifth grade Weather and Atmospheric Science

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    Air Pressure (Day 6 and 7)

    Lorin King from North Oakland Community Charter

    Location: Earth Science

    Objective: Students will compare and contrast differences between high and low pressure by doing: -An investigation on how air’s pressure affects a balloon in a p…

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
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    Convection Currents (Day 4 and 5)

    Lorin King from North Oakland Community Charter

    Location: Earth Science

    Objective: Students will create an air movement flow map detailing a local wind by doing an experiment on convection currents, discussing conclusions, and taking note…

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
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    Weather Maps (Day 11)

    Lorin King from North Oakland Community Charter

    Location: Earth Science

    Objective: Students will read a weather map to predict weather in different regions of the United States

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
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    The relationship between altitude and air pressure

    David Kujawski from Bird Middle

    Location: Meteorology

    Objective: YWBAT: 1) State and explain the relationship between altitude and air pressure 2) State and explain the relationship between altitude and temperature

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    Severe Weather (Day 12)

    Lorin King from North Oakland Community Charter

    Location: Earth Science

    Objective: Students will evaluate and take notes on each other's project presentations.

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
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    Unit Assessment (Day 13)

    Lorin King from North Oakland Community Charter

    Location: Earth Science

    Objective: Students will do their best on the Earth Science unit exam.

    • Fifth grade
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    Kaley Introduces Plaid Pete to Earth's Systems

    5th Grade Science » Unit: Plaid Pete is Modeling Earth's Systems
    5th Grade Science » Unit: Plaid Pete is Modeling Earth's Systems
    Amy Miller
    Lynden, WA
    Environment: Rural
    Big Idea: What are the major systems that make up our planet? What are their defining characteristics? Students work with picture cards and the List, Group, Label strategy to discover the answers!
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    Water Cycle (Day 8 and 9)

    Lorin King from North Oakland Community Charter

    Location: Earth Science

    Objective: Students will be able to diagram the water cycle (evaporation, precipitation, condensation) on a molecular level by doing investigations on condensation an…

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
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    Uneven Heating of Earth (Day 1 and 2)

    Lorin King from North Oakland Community Charter

    Location: Earth Science

    Objective: Students will be able to apply knowledge about the Sun and its relationship to the Earth with 80% accuracy on an exit ticket.

    • Fifth grade
    • Fifth grade
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    Ocean Currents (Day 10)

    Lorin King from North Oakland Community Charter

    Location: Earth Science

    Objective: Students will apply what they know about the affects of ocean on weather to the city in which they live.

    • Fifth grade
 
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