# Metric Mania Worksheets for Teachers

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```					                              Subject: __Nature of Science__________________________________________

Strand: Nature of Science                                         Standard: Characteristics and Processes of Science

Days Topic/Subtopic         Assessment               Frameworks                                        Resources

3      Making               Hands on Data-           NS 1.7.1 Interpret evidence based on          Glencoe Lab Worksheets Page 5 -
Observations         Students will describe a observations                                  6
new product or service
to the class, brainstorm                                               United Streaming Video: How
ideas to advertise the                                                 Scientists Work: What is the
product                                                                Scienific Method? 21 Minutes,
Teacher Guide and quiz included.

1      Lab Safety           Lab Safety Quiz          No Framework                                  Teacher Resource—Legal
“Identify Potential                                                    Obligations for the Teachers
Problems in a Lab”                                                     http://www.csss-

Lab Quiz                                                               “Mini Lab” Page 14

Observation Lab- Small items in
boxes. Students guess based on
observations.

Lab Safety Contract (See
Supplemental)

“Identify Potential Problems in a
Lab” (See Supplemental)

Lab Activity Quiz (See
Supplemental)

2   Measurement   NS 1.7.1 Interpret evidence based on   United Streaming Video: Lab
observations                           Safety Awareness: 44 minutes
Teacher’s Guide, Black line
Master’s

Measurement Conversion (See
Supplemental)
Sciencespot.net “metric mania”
Days   Topic/Subtopic      Assessment                Frameworks                                      Resources

5      Scientific          Teacher discussion:       NS.1.7.7
Questioning         Science must be           Distinguish between questions that can and
observable, measurable,   cannot be answered by science
and repeatable

NS.1.7.9
Compare and contrast hypotheses, laws, and      “Fast File” resources,
theories                                        create foldable for Venn
Diagram for Hypothesis,
Law, and Theory.

“Inquiry Lab” Page 16
“Science Online” Page 16

“Visual Learning” Page 17

“Daily Intervention” Page
18

NS.1.7.4
Construct and interpret scientific data using   “10 Steps to Better
Graphs Scientific                                • histograms                                 Graphs” (See
• circle graphs
Thinking                                                                                      Supplemental)
• scatter plots
• double line graphs
• line graphs by
approximating line of                    Graphing, Statistics, and
best fit                                Probability, The Basic
Not Boring Series. Pg 12,
13, 14, 20, 21, 24, 25,
28,29, 30, and 36.
NS 1.7.1
Interpret evidence based on observations        United Streaming: “The
Magic School Bus Shows
and Tells Archeology” 24
minutes

“Archeological Dig”
Hands on Activities Page 7
(1 day)

“Problem Solving and a
7                                                                                            Scientific Method” Hands
on Activities page 9 (2
day)

NS.1.7.3                                        “Probability” Hands-on
Interpret scientific data using mean, median,   Activities Page 11 (2-3
Scientific Thinking                mode, and range using SI units                  days)

United Streaming Video:
“Statistics” 21 minutes

ongoing                         Lab Folder   NS.1.7.6                                        Students will keep a lab
Develop and implement strategies for long-      folder
term, accurate data collection
United Streaming Video:
“How to Prepare a Science
Fair Project” 24 minutes.
NS.1.7.5                                          Black line Masters,
Communicate results and conclusions from          Teacher’s Guide.
scientific inquiry

MCO: Hands on Data-Students will describe a new product or service to the class, brainstorm ideas to advertise the product –
Socialization, Ethnicity and Culture, Intercultural Competence
Observation Lab- Small items in boxes. Students guess based on observations.—Socialization, Intercultural Competence
“Inquiry Lab” Page 16-- Socialization, Ethnicity and Culture, Intercultural Competence
“Daily Intervention” Page 18-- Socialization, Ethnicity and Culture, Intercultural Competence
“Archeological Dig” Hands on Activities Page 7 (1 day) -- Socialization, Ethnicity and Culture, Intercultural Competence,
racial/discrimination
“Problem Solving and a Scientific Method” Hands on Activities page 9 (2 day) Socialization, Ethnicity and Culture, Intercultural
Competence
“Probability” Hands-on Activities Page 11 (2-3 days) Socialization, Ethnicity and Culture, Intercultural Competence
“Cultural Diversity” pg 9
Subject _________Life Science________________________________________________

Strand:                                                              Standard:

Days Topic/Subtopic         Assessment           Frameworks                                            Resources

1
Organization of                        LS.2.7.1
living things                          Illustrate the hierarchical relationships of cells,   Students will draw the hierarchical
tissues, organs, and organ systems                    relationships of cells, tissues, organs, and
organ systems

United Streaming Video: “The Basics of
Biology: How Living Things are
Structured” 11 minutes. Black line
Master’s Teacher’s Guide

Chapter 8 Page 230

United Streaming Video: “Cell Division”
19 minutes. Black line Masters, quiz.
LS.3.7.10
Explain the role of cell division
“Modeling Cell Division in Early
Development” Hands on Activity Chapter 10
Page 9
Lab Demonstration Page 280

Fun Bugs Activity (See Supplemental)

Fast File resources Create Venn Diagram
foldable for sexual and asexual reproduction

Chapter 10 “Why is Cell Division
Important?” Page 276
Glencoe Text

Chapter 10 Section 2 Glencoe Text

Chapter 10 Section 2 “Transparency
Activity” Page 43

“Oops! Accidents in Science” Page 298
Glencoe Text.

“Fast File” Resources, Create foldable for
vocabulary.

“Mini lab” for scabs

“Exercise and Circulation” Meeting
Individual Needs Page 32.

“Visual Learning” Page 372 Glencoe text
United Streaming Video: Greatest
Discoveries with Bill Nye.” 44 minutes.
Teacher’s Guide

“Have a Heart” Science and History page
392

LS.2.7.6 Identify human body systems: nervous,    “Recognizing why you Sweat” Fast Files
ntegumentary   digestive, circulatory, respiratory, excretory,   page, 3
integumentary, skeletal/muscular, endocrine,
and reproductive                                  “Measuring Skin Surface” Fast Files Page, 5
and 6

“Skin Sensitivity” Fast Files Page, 7 and 8

“The Skin” Reinforcement Fast Files, Page
27

Fast File Resources Create “KWL” foldable

United Streaming Video: “Human Body
Systems: The Circulatory System” 23
minutes. Black line masters, Teacher’s
guide.

United Streaming Video: “The Body’s
Defense Against Disease” 23 Minutes Black
line Masters, Teacher’s Guide.

Transparency activity page 46
LS.3.7.7                                        “Visual Learning” activity page 401
Differentiate between sexual and asexual
Digestion,         reproduction in                                 “Digestive system Activities” (See
respiration, and      • vertebrates                                Supplemental)
Excretion             • plants
United Streaming Video: “Human Body
Systems: The Digestive System” 21
minutes. Black line masters, Teacher’s
guide, Quiz.

“Helibactor pylori Is an Enrichment,
Meeting Individual Needs

United Streaming Video: “Human Body
Systems: The Respiratory System” 23
minutes. Black line masters, Teacher’s
guide.

United Streaming Video: “Human Body
Systems: The Excretory System” 17
minutes. Black line masters, Teacher’s
Skeletal                                                           guide.

“Transparency Activity” Page 48

LS.3.7.8                                        “Comparing Surface” Mini Lab Page 415
Identify the number and source of chromosomes
in human body cells                             “Curriculum Connection” Page 416

“The Muscular System” Enrichment, Fast
Files Page, 32
United Streaming Video: “Our Flexible
Frame: The Skeletal and Muscular
Systems” 22 minutes. Black line Masters,
Teacher’s Guide, quiz.
Muscular
“Muscle Action” Fast Files Page 1

Students will memorize the following bones:
Skeletal   Skull/cranium
Scapula
Clavicle
Sternum
Vertebrae
Ribs
Humerus
Ulna
Pelvis
Fibula
Tibia
Patella
Metacarples
Carples
Tarsles
Metarles
Phalanges
Femur
“Bone Strength” Glencoe Textbook, page
445

“Dissolving Minerals From Bone” Glencoe
Textbook page 445 or “Analyzing Bones”
Fast Files page, 13-15.

“Overview” Fast Files page, 29

“The Nervous System” Fast Files Page, 30

United Streaming Video: “The Human
Body: The Nervous System” 27 Minutes
Black line Masters, Teacher’s Guide.

“Nerve Impulses” Glencoe Textbook, page
450

“Curriculum Connection” Glencoe Textbook
Page, 451

“Find the Blind Spot” Glencoe Textbook,
page 453

Transpearancy Activity page Glencoe
textbook Pg 468.
Endocrine

United Streaming Video: “The Human
Body: The Endocrine System” 17 Minutes
Black line Masters, Teacher’s Guide.
Reinforcement, Fast Files page, 25

Pages 470 and 471 Glencoe Textbook

“Sperm Shapes” Glencoe Textbook Page,
474

Reproduction
“Endocrine and Reporductive Systems” Fast
Files page, 18

“Repropduction” Fast Files Page 26.

United Streaming Video: “The Human
Body: The reproductive System” 17
Minutes Black line Masters, Teacher’s
Guide.

“Graphing Hormone Levels” Glencoe
Textbook page 476

“Interpreting Diagrams” Glencoe Textbook”
page 478

“Mini Lab” Fast Files Page 4.

“Changing Body Proportions” Fast Files
Page 7 and 8
“Human Life Stages” Fast Files Page, 27

“Interpreting fatal development” Glencoe
Textbook page 482

LS.3.7.9                                          See above
Identify the number and source of chromosomes
in human sex cells

LS.3.7.10
Explain the role of cell division                 “Science Journal” Glencoe Textbook Page
517
LS.3.7.11
Investigate careers, scientists, and historical
breakthroughs related to reproduction             “Sweet Celery” Fast Files page 26.

“Observing Water Moving in a Plant”
Glencoe Textbook pg 513

“Observing Angiosperm Life Cycles”
Glencoe Textbook, Page 519

LS.2.7.10
Investigate careers, scientists, and historical
breakthroughs related to life systems
LS.2.7.8
Investigate functions of human body
systLS.2.7.2
Analyze how two or more organs work together
to perform a function (e.g., mouth and stomach
to digest food)

LS.2.7.9
Describe interactions between major organ systems

LS.2.7.4
Analyze the structure and function of tissues,
organs, and organ systems of a vertebrate and
an angiosperm using various models or methods
of dissection

L.3.7.12
Summarize the interactions between organ
systems in the maintenance of homeostasis

LS.3.7.1
Explain that the fertilized egg cell carries
genetic information from each parent and
multiplies to form a complete organism

LS.3.7.2
Distinguish between sperm cells and egg cells

LS.3.7.3
Compare and contrast the structure and function
of the sperm cell and the egg cell in vertebrates
and plants and their role in sexual reproduction

LS.3.7.4
Investigate and analyze the development of
embryos

LS.3.7.5
Dissect a poultry egg to analyze its structure
(e.g., paper, plastic, or clay models, virtual
dissection, or specimen dissection)

LS.3.7.6                                          http://www.middleschoolscience.com/flower
Dissect a flower to analyze the reproductive      .pdf
system of angiosperms (e.g., paper, plastic, or
clay models; virtual dissection; or specimen
dissection)

Students will write a paragraph explaining
the role of reproduction in the continuation
of a species.

LS.4.7.1
Explain the role of reproduction in the
continuation of a species
MCO: “Modeling Cell Division in Early Development” Hands on Activity Chapter 10 Page 9-- Socialization, Ethnicity and Culture,
Intercultural Competence
“Have a Heart” Science and History page 392 –Ethnicity, Intercultural Competence
“Recognizing why you Sweat” Fast Files page, 3-- Socialization
“Measuring Skin Surface” Fast Files Page, 5 and 6-- Socialization
“Skin Sensitivity” Fast Files Page, 7 and 8- Socialization
“Find the Blind Spot” Glencoe Textbook, page 453 Socialization
“Changing Body Proportions” Fast Files Page 7 and 8—Socialization
“Sweet Celery” Fast Files page 26.-- Ethnicity, Intercultural Competence
“Observing Water Moving in a Plant” Glencoe Textbook pg 513-- Ethnicity, Intercultural Competence
“Observing Angiosperm Life Cycles” Glencoe Textbook, Page 519-- Ethnicity, Intercultural Competence
“Cultural Diversity” Pg 517, “Cultural Diversity” pg 456, “Cultural Diversity” pg 486, “
“Cultural Diversity “pg 278
“Cultural Diversity “pg 382
“Cultural Diversity” pg 414
“Cultural Diversity” pg 409
Subject _______________Physical Science__________________________________________

Strand: Physical Science                                             Standard: Matter: Property and Changes

Days Topic/Subtopic            Assessment                 Frameworks                                          Resources
Properties and Matter                              PS.5.7.1
Explain how a small number of naturally-occurring   United Streaming Video:
elements can result in the large variety of         Physical Science: Elements,
substances found in the world                       Compounds, and Atoms. 19
minutes. Black line Master’s
Teacher’s Guide

PS.5.7.2
Create models of common compounds:
• water
• carbon dioxide
• salt
• iron oxide
• ammonia

PS.5.7.3
Identify compounds as substances consisting of
two or more elements chemically combined

PS.5.7.4
Compare and contrast properties of compounds
to those of the elements that compose them:
• salt: sodium, chlorine
• water: hydrogen, oxygen
•   carbon dioxide: carbon, oxygen

PS.5.7.5
Demonstrate techniques for forming and            Glencoe Textbook, page 621
separating mixtures:
• mixing                                       United Streaming Video:
• magnetic attraction                          Physical Science: Mixtures and
Solutions. 1 minutes. Black line
• evaporation                                  Master’s Teacher’s Guide
• filtration
• chromatography
• settling

PS.5.7.6
Classify substances as                            “Marbles and Balls of Clay”
• elements                                     Glencoe Textbook page 621
• compounds
• mixtures

PS.5.7.7
Distinguish among solvent, solute, and solution

“Observing Gas Solubililty”
Chapter 21 Fast Files Page 5

“Dissolving Rates and Solutions”
Fast Files, page 9

“Determining Solubility” Fast
Files, past 13-15

“What is Solution and
Solubility” Fast Files, page 20

“What is a Solution” Fast Files,
Page 27-28

“Room for Aqueous Solution”
Fast Files, page 31
PS.5.7.8
Investigate the effect of variables on solubility   “Electrolyte Solutions” Fast Files
page 32
rates
PS.5.7.9
Interpret solubility graphs                         “Observing Solubility” Glencoe
Textbook pg 628

“How can you compare
concentrations?” Glencoe
PS.5.7.10                                           Textbook Page 631
Investigate scientists, careers, and historical
breakthroughs related to elements, mixtures,        Glencoe Textbook, page 629
and compounds

MCO:
“Observing Gas Solubililty” Chapter 21 Fast Files Page 5 –Socialization, Intercultural Competence,
“Marbles and Balls of Clay” Glencoe Textbook page 621-- Socialization, Intercultural Competence
“Observing Solubility” Glencoe Textbook pg 628-- Socialization, Intercultural Competence
Use Fast file Folder for “Newton’s Law’s- Socialization, Intercultural Competence -
“Thermal Energy” Glencoe Textbook page 718 -- Socialization, Intercultural Competence
“How Much do you use” Fast Files Chapter 24, Page 28-- Socialization, Intercultural Competence
“Building a Solar Collector” Glencoe Textbook Page 733 -- Socialization, Intercultural Competence
“Cultural Diversity” Page 571
“Cultural Diversity” Page 573
“Cultural Diversity” Page 638
“Cultural Diversity” Page 698
“Cultural Diversity” Page 732
“Cultural Diversity” Page 734
Subject _______________Physical Science__________________________________________

Strand: Physical Science                                             Standard: Motion and Forces

Days Topic/Subtopic           Assessment                  Frameworks                                           Resources
PS.6.7.1                                             Use Fast file Folder for
Compare and contrast Newton’s three laws of          “Newton’s Law’s
motion

PS.6.7.2
Conduct investigations demonstrating Newton’s
first law of motion

PS.6.7.3
Demonstrate Newton’s second law of motion

PS.6.7.4
Conduct investigations of Newton’s third law
of motion

PS.6.7.5
Explain how Newton’s three laws of motion
apply to real world situations (e.g., sports,
transportation)

PS.6.7.6
Investigate careers, scientists, and historical
breakthroughs related to laws of motion
PS.7.7.1                                            “Thermal Energy” Glencoe
Identify natural resources used to supply           Textbook page 718
energy needs                                        “What is Energy” Fast Files
Chapter 24, page 25

“Chemical Energy” Glencoe
Textbook page 719

“Chemical Energy” Glencoe
Textbook Page 719

PS.7.7.2
Describe alternatives to the use of fossil fuels:   “Science Journal” Glencoe
•   solar energy                                Textbook page 730
•   geothermal energy                           Quick Demo “Chain Reaction”
•   wind                                        Glencoe page 731
•   hydroelectric power
“How Much do you use” Fast
•   nuclear energy                              Files Chapter 24, Page 28
•   biomass
“Building a Solar Collector”
Glencoe Textbook Page 733

PS.7.7.4
Investigate alternative energy sources

PS.7.7.3                                            “Lab Demonstration” Glencoe
Conduct investigations to                           Textbook Page 722
identify types of potential energy and kinetic
United Streaming Video: Basics
energy                                              of Physics: Exploring Energy”
40 minutes. Black line Master’s
Teacher’s Guide
PS.7.7.5
Investigate careers, scientists, and historical     United Streaming Video:
breakthroughs related to natural resources,         Animated Hero Classics:
Benjamin Franklin: Scientist
alternative resources, electricity, and magnetism   and Inventor. 25 minutes.
Subject _______________Earth Science_________________________________________

Strand: Earth Science                                            Standard: Earth Systems

Days Topic/Subtopic      Assessment                  Frameworks                                              Resources

ESS.8.7.1                                               Fast Files -Meeting Individual
Describe the composition and physical                   Needs- “Reinforcement” Pg. 23
characteristics of the atmosphere

ESS.8.7.2                                               United Streaming Video:
Investigate the influence of global patterns on local   Exploring Weather: The
weather:                                                Atmosphere in Motion. 21
• movement of air masses                            minutes. Black line Master’s
• Coriolis effect                                   Teacher’s Guide, quiz.
• jet stream
• global wind belts

Fast Files - “Air Movement”
Chapter 4, Page 25

National Geographic: Pg 105

Activity: “Wind Direction” pg
106

Differintiated Instruction –
“Learning Disabled” pg 106

“ Assessment” Glencoe
Textbook page 107

LAB: The Heat is On Pg 108
and 109

ESS.8.7.3                                             (To Integrate Literacy)
Conduct investigations demonstrating the effects of   Bellringer Activity: Song of the
solar energy on the atmosphere                        Sky Loom pg 110.

ESS.8.7.4
Investigate the effect that oceans have on climate    “Identifying Misconceptions” Pg
111

“Use Science Words” Pg. 100

ESS.8.7.5                                             Fast Files “How do Oceans
Identify elements of weather:                         affect Climate?” Lab 1 page 9-
• temperature                                     11.
• air pressure
• wind speed                                      Curriculum Connection-
• wind direction                                  Geography pg 149
• humidity

ESS.8.7.6
United Streaming Video:
Conduct investigations using weather measurement
“Weather Smart: Forecasting
devices:
and Weather Instruments” 15
• anemometers
minutes. Black line Masters
• barometers                                      Teacher’s Guide
• sling psychrometers
• thermometers                                    Build weather instruments and
• weather charts                                  use them schools who have
weatherbug may use weatherbug.

pg. 137

Study weather maps from the
local newspaper.
United Streaming Video:
“Understanding: Weather” 50
minutes. Teacher’s Guide

United Streaming Video: “
Hands-On Weather I: Weather
Experiments” 19 minutes.
Black line Masters Teacher’s
Guide

ESS.8.7.7
Predict weather conditions using data on the         “Virtual lab: How do
following:                                           Meteorologists Predict the
• temperature                                   Weather
• air pressure: highs, lows, fronts
• clouds
• wind speed
• wind direction
• humidity                                      National Geographic:

ESS.8.7.8                                            National Geographic:” Visuizing
Identify the causes and effects of weather-related   Acid Precipitation” Page 636
phenomena:
• thunderstorms                                  United Streaming Video:
• tornadoes/ hurricanes/cyclones/ typhoons       “Exploring Weather: Severe
•   drought                                          Weather: 18 Minutes Black line
•   acid precipitation                               Masters, Teacher’s Guide, Quiz.

ESS.8.7.9
Explain tornado belt weather patterns using a            National Geographic:
map of the United States                                 Mapping Tornadoes Activity

ESS.8.7.10
Describe ways human beings protect themselves,
others, and their property from adverse weather
conditions

Describe and map climates of major Earth regions         Content Mastery” Pg 19

Virtual Lab: “How can Location
be Identified by Their Climate
and Topography?”

Fast Files: Section 2 Enrichment
“The Steppe Climate”

ESS.8.7.12                                               Mini Lab: “Observing Solar
Analyze the effect of the shape of Earth and the tilt    Radiation” pg 149
of Earth’s axis on climate

ESS.8.7.13                                               Lab Demonstration: pg 164
Identify and explain the effects that human activities
have on weather and atmosphere

ESS.8.7.14                                               United Streaming Video:
Describe causes and effects of acid precipitation   “Weather Smart: Ozone and
Pollution” 15 Minutes. Black
line Masters, Teacher’s Guide.

ESS.8.7.15
Investigate careers, scientists, and historical     United Streaming Video:
“Exploring Weather: The Job of
breakthroughs related to atmosphere and             a TV Metorologist” 20 Minutes
weather                                             Black line Masters, Teacher’s
Guide.

ESS.8.7.16
Conduct investigations demonstrating the water      United Streaming Video: “The
cycle                                               Cycle Series: The Water Cycle:
10 Minutes Black line Masters,
Teacher’s Guide.

Lab “The Water Cycle” pg .665

ESS.8.7.17                                          Teacher’s who have been
Explain the relationship between the water cycle    trhough Project WET may
and ground water                                    conduct “The Incredible
Journey” pg 161

ESS.8.7.18                                          Fast Files: Effect of
Investigate cloud formation                         Temperature on Cloud
Formation” Pg 9

ESS.8.7.19
Conduct investigations demonstrating the            Lab: “The Greenhouse Effect”
greenhouse effect                                   pg 577
ESS.8.7.20
Research how human activities may contribute to
global warming

ESS.8.7.21
Explain examples of actual events that cause
temporary climate changes:
• volcanic dust
• drought
• meteor impact

ESS.9.7.1
Analyze charts to infer past atmospheric conditions   United Streaming Video:
based on the organisms found in the fossil record     “Fossils: Windows into the
Past” 20 Minutes Teacher’s
Guide
ESS.9.7.2
Demonstrate that Earth has a magnetic field that is   United Streaming Video:
detectible at the surface with a compass              “Science Investigations:
Physical Science: Investigating
Electricity and Magnatisim.
Segments on Earth’s Magnatic
Field.

United Streaming Video:
“Understanding and Using Maps
and Globes” Black line Masters,
Teacher’s Guide, Quiz

ESS.9.7.3
Compare and contrast Earth’s magnetic field to
those of natural or human-made magnets with
• North and South poles
• lines of force
ESS.9.7.4                                             United Streaming Video:
Analyze evidence of sea floor spreading:              “Greatest Discoveries with Bill
• magnetic reversal                                Nye: Earth Science” Segment
• molten material                                  on Earth Science on the Sea
• drilling samples                                 Floor is Spreading.

ESS.9.7.5
Research ways in which people have used
compasses

ESS.10.7.1
Identify and model the causes of night and day

ESS.10.7.2
Compare and contrast Earth’s day to those of other
planets in our solar system
United Streaming Video: “Space
Exploration: Our Solar System.
31 minutes Black line Masters,
Teacher’s Guide, Quiz

ESS.10.7.3
Identify and model the cause of planetary years

Fast Files “Overview Earth and
Space” Meeting Individual
ESS.10.7.4                                            Needs page 19
Compare and contrast Earth’s year to those of other
planets in our solar system

ESS.10.7.5
Identify and model the causes of seasons
ESS.10.7.6
Investigate careers, scientists, and historical
breakthroughs related to rotations and revolutions of
bodies in space

United Streaming Video:
“Animated Hero Classics:
Galileo” 28 Minutes.

MCO:
Fast Files - “Air Movement” Chapter 4, Page 25
Activity: “Wind Direction” pg 106—Socialization
Differintiated Instruction –“Learning Disabled” pg 106--Socialization
LAB: The Heat is On Pg 108 and 109 – Socialization, Intercultural Competence
(To Integrate Literacy) Bellringer Activity: Song of the Sky Loom pg 110 -- Socialization
“Identifying Misconceptions” Pg 111 -- Socialization
Fast Files “How do Oceans affect Climate?” Lab 1 page 9-11. Socialization, Intercultural Competence
Curriculum Connection- Geography pg 149 Socialization,
Build weather instruments and use them schools who have weatherbug may use weatherbug. -- Socialization, Intercultural Competence
Lab: Reading a Weather Map pg. 137 Socialization, Intercultural Competence --
Study weather maps from the local newspaper. Socialization, Intercultural Competence --
Mini Lab: “Observing Solar Radiation” pg 149 - Socialization,
“Cultural Diversity” Page 96
“Cultural Diversity” Page 124
“Cultural Diversity” Page 157
“Cultural Diversity” Page 182
“Cultural Diversity” Page 188

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