You can test out your knowledge by trying these Kahoots. They will also help you prepare for the test:
You need to review and learn the following for your Year End Assessment:
Read through the following two articles and answer the questions that follow:
Answer the following questions on a document, convert the completed document to PDF and upload it to Jupiter Grades:
Due Date: Wednesday, June 7
In order to understand the climate change debate, we first need to understand what the carbon cycle is. Just as there is a water cycle, there is also a carbon cycle.
Click here to watch the TED Ed lesson on the carbon cycle and then complete the Think questions. This is a graded assignment.
Once completed, work through the EDpuzzle video on What is Climate Change? and answer the questions embedded in the video. This is also a graded exercise.
You can navigate to the lesson by clicking here. or view embedded below.
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For the year End assessment you will need to study the following sections:
For students wanting to improve their grade by submitting an extra credit assignment, please view the outline below:
Extra Credit - Educational Video
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The weather is always changing, and its change is fast.
Climates also change, but their change is gradual.
A debate has been raging for many years, a debate known as Climate Change.
The fundamental question of the debate is whether or not humans are responsible for affecting climate change in a way that harms the earth and all living creatures on the Earth.
For this, you are going to be working in groups of 3.
As a group you will need to research and develop an argument for AND against climate change.
A helpful website you might like to use to develop your arguments is climatechange.procon.org.
- Opening constructive - 4 minutes
- Question and response 1 - 3 minutes
- Question and response 2 - 3 minutes
- Summary - 2 minutes
- Open question time - 3 minutes
Each debate will take approximately 27 minutes.
A rubric for the debate can be found on Jupiter Grades.
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These videos might help you formulate your ability to develop a strong debate:
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To help you learn the vocabulary, I have a quizlet prepared on weather and climate.
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The study of social
relationships and the functioning of society.
This can include history, government, economics, civics, sociology, geography, and anthropology.
Blocks & Lots
Qatar Beach Brochure
World Earthquake Map
World Population Map