Fronts (Day 1/2)

Unit 5: Meteorology
Lesson 15 of 17

Objective: SWBAT define a front as an interface where air masses meet and identify the four (4) major front types, including their symbols

Big Idea: In the first day of this two-day lesson, students learn about fronts and then begin to create a poster for a front type that they've been assigned and "expert" role in. These will later be used in a gallery walk so all students have the opportunity to lear

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