Pressure Systems

Unit 5: Meteorology
Lesson 11 of 17

Objective: SWBAT identify weather conditions associated with pressure systems | SWBAT identify and describe how the Coriolis Effect changes the movement of pressure systems

Big Idea: Students analyze the Coriolis Effect and examine how it changes the direction of air movement around both high and low-pressure systems. Additionally, they match up specific weather features with both low and high-pressure systems

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