Today, students will take some notes as Benson explains how "wind barbs" work, and then we will do a map activity together. If you were gone, check out the resources posted below for Nov. 17. Attention honors students: The MESPOWs for this week are #2, #47, and #88.
We will go over the Map Activity: Prevailing Winds, and then do a map activity related to high and low pressure systems. If you were gone, check out the resources posted below for Nov. 18
We will review for the test. A review sheet will be provided. The review sheet is posted here.
Students will take the test.
Students will do a lab (Understanding Fronts). If you were gone, do questions 1-7 on page 570 (honors students do "concept check" questions on page 558), and check out the resources posted below for Nov. 21
Question(s) of the week: What is the weather like along a cold front, and why is it often more intense than weather along a warm front?