Unit 4 Handouts

 

Handout # Section # Page # Question # Content
Link Physics Notebook Page with Explanations (docx file)
Link Physics Notebook Page with Explanations (pdf file)
Each class Link Physics Notebook Page (docx file)
Each class Link Physics Notebook Page (pdf file)
Weeks 7-9 Link EPP5ELessonPlanTemplate.docx
Link EPPUnit4equipment.docx
Link EPPUnit4HandoutGuide.docx
U4H1 Link Template for Exit Tickets
U4H2 II.A Link 4.1 Diagnostic Question about Global Climate
U4H3 III.A, III.B Link 4.4, 4.6 Table IV.1
U4H4 IV.A, IV.B Link 4.7, 4.8 Greenhouse gas figures
U4H5 V.A. Link 4.9 Table IV.2 Central Ideas about evidence that the Earth’s average global temperature is increasing
U4H6 V.A.1. Link 4.9 Exploring Internet Resources about Evidence Climate Change is Occurring
U4H7 VI.A Link 4.11-4.12 Exploring Internet Resources about Rising Sea Levels (small groups use in class)
U4H8 VI.A. Link 4.11-4.12 Table IV.3 Central ideas about rising sea levels (individuals use at end of class or at home)
U4H9 VI.B Link 4.13 Exploring Internet Resources for Calculating One’s Carbon Footprint
U4H10 VII.A Link 4.14 Graph analogy: tossed ball
U4H11 VII.B Link 4.15 Graph analogy: Greenland glacier mass loss
U4H12a VII.C Link 4.16 Table IV.4a Analogy between moving and melting phenomena
U4H12b VII.C Link 4.16 Table IV.4b Analogy between moving and melting phenomena
U4H12c VII.C.2 Link 4.16 Table IV.4b Analogy between moving and melting phenomena
U4H13 VIII Link 4.17 Exploring Internet Resources for Taking Action about Climate Change
U4H14 IX Link 4.18 Table IV.4 Relevant NGSS disciplinary core ideas for teaching about climate change

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