We will go over and review the concepts covered on the pressure WS from last week. If you were gone check out the links listed below for November 10. Attention honors students: The MESPOWs this week are #23, #41, #88.
Students will take notes as Benson explains global circulation (wind belts). If you were gone, read pages 540-542 (honors 535-538). Also, get the notes handout from Benson and copy the notes from a classmate. If you were gone watch this video.
Students will take notes as Benson explains several wind topics. If you were gone check out the links listed below (Nov. 11). Assignment: Prevailing Winds WS due SOC tomorrow. You can print a copy of the WS from this web page.
Students will watch a video about WWII balloon bombs (related to the jet stream), and then take notes as Benson explains jet streams. If you were gone check watch this video, read this Wikipedia page, carefully read this web page, and carefully read this web page.
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 get a copy of the map activity (Jet Streams) from Benson and copy it from a classmate (we did it together in class). Also, copy the notes from a classmate, and read this web page.
Question(s) of the week: What are the three factors that cause the global pattern of prevailing winds?
|Nov. 9: Boiling Water With Ice|
|Nov. 11: Wind Generator Demo||Nov. 11: Why is Livingston, MT so windy?|
|Nov. 13: Weather Balloon Launch|
|Nov. 13: Jet Streams Video|
|Nov. 13: Image of current jet streams|