Reflection: Real World Applications Global Climate Models (Part 1) - Section 3: Wrap-up


It is important that students develop the ability to read and interpret graphs, especially prior to taking the ACT test in high school.  The more experience students get analyzing graphs and drawing conclusions on their own, without prompting questions, the better they will get at this type of task.  I do recommend using this as a discussion starter and having students share and defend their conclusions using the graphs.

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Global Climate Models (Part 1)

Unit 10: Design a Resilient, Self-Sustaining Community
Lesson 4 of 11

Objective: SWBAT analyze data generated from a global climate model to make predictions about future climate.

Big Idea: Students gain a first hand experience using climate models to make predictions as they analyze and interpret data.

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