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2. Air is on the Move

Unit 1: Weather
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Objective: SWBAT describe how the Sun's uneven heating of the Earth causes air to move and form convection currents and global wind patterns.

Big Idea: Students will examine warm air rising and cold air sinking through an investigation to recognize different temperatures cause convection currents and global wind patterns to form and impact weather in an area.

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