Nt1310 Unit 3 Lab Report

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Earth Systems Quarter 3 Credit Recovery

Overview
Reference textbook: Glencoe Earth Science (2008) + Ecology Module (2005 or 009) Pre-Assessment 3 English versions 1 Spanish version Answer keys Modules 12 Assignments 3 Labs 1 Answer Key document that includes all assignments and labs Final Assessment 3 English versions Answer keys Materials List For lab work. Most materials are re-useable, but there are a few consumable items that will need replacing.

newspapers or old magazines, scissors, large paper, glue stick 2 pieces of black construction paper, 2 shoe boxes, 2 thermometers, plastic wrap, masking tape, source of sunlight or lamp rectangular cookie sheet with rim, 3 sticks modeling clay, marker, newspaper, blue and red construction paper, bendy drinking straws, about 2 cups (400 ml) of blue colored water, chalk, hole punch, ruler

Name

Earth Systems Quarter 3

Assignment #1

13 Points

2
Figure 1
Cold air
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Materials newspapers or discarded magazines, scissors, large paper, glue stick

Procedure
1. Collect pictures from magazines and newspapers of a variety of land areas around the world. 2. Sort the pictures into categories according to common weather characteristics. (climate regions such as desert, tropical, etc…)

Think It Over
1. Choose several words that describe the typical weather for each category. 2. What words would you use to describe the typical weather where you live?

Answer
Accept all answers that are based on some logical classification system. Some students might use actual climate names to describe their pictures.

Name _____________________

Earth Systems Quarter 3

LAB #2

13 Points

What Is the Greenhouse Effect?
Materials
2 pieces of black construction paper, 2 shoe boxes, 2 thermometers, plastic wrap, masking tape, source of strong sunlight or lamp

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