Science Week 4/12 - 4/16
All documents can be found on the daily assignment in Teams unless otherwise posted.
I can explain the natural process of cloud formations. I can observe the weather in a natural phenomenon.
- Read the “The Whys of Weather – Clouds” passage
- Answer the comprehension questions for “The Whys of Weather – Clouds”
- Complete Lesson Mystery Science lesson Summer Ice Storm
- Create a see-think-wonder chart (see video for example and discussion)
I can observe and explain the natural process of cloud formations.
- Warm-up: Write 2 take-aways about clouds and water particles from yesterday’s lesson." (Complete in writing notebook)
- Participate in Mystery Science lesson Where Do Clouds Come From? Exploration
- Complete Hands-On Activity (experiment) (Where Do Clouds Come From? )(If you are at home, you can use a clear glass and a plate on top as the lid).
- Answer questions on Gas Trap Experiment Sheet
- Exit ticket: How does the model in the experiment help you understand how clouds are formed? Describe how clouds are formed?
I can make predictions about the weather based on the clouds and wind.
- Play Mystery Science Exploration video and take guided notes in Storm Spotter’s Guide.
- Complete Mystery Science Activity . Use the Storm Guide Book to answer the questions on the Will It Storm Worksheet.
I can collect weather data to determine the origin of the Summer Ice Storm phenomenon.
- Mystery Science: Where do clouds come from? Anchor Connection Answer corresponding questions in the Summer Ice Storm Clue Book
- Mystery Science Stormy Skies- Anchor Connection Answer corresponding questions in the Summer Ice Storm Clue Book