What are we learning and why are we learning this? Content, procedures, or skills.
Tier II: High frequency words used across content areas. Key to understanding directions & relationships, and for making inferences.
Tier III: Low frequency, domain specific terms.
Building on what we already know
Make connections to prior knowledge. This is where we build from.
From Earth Science, Tarmuck and Lutgens
Entire chapter as a PDF file:
Moisture Clouds and Precipitation
changes of state
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Great photos here: http://www.geogrify.net/GEO1/Lectures/Weather/Cloud.html
The Bergeron process
Some description here: http://snowbrains.com/snowflake-forms-2-simple-steps/
One of the largest hailstones ever. 194 pounds. 8.0 inch diameter.
7/23/2010, Vivian, South Dakota.”
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