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Bayou View Middle School – Weekly Lesson Plans
Teacher: Michelle Lee
Class Periods: 3
Week of: August 22, 2016
Subject: 6th Science
heat transfer & winds
Essential Question: What affects does weather have on the Earth’s surface and climate?
Classroom News/Due Dates:
HOMEWORK: Article of the Week #3
•
6-8 RST2 and 6-8 RST.4
Standards:
6-8.RST.2
Determine a central idea or conclusions of a text; provide an accurate summary of the text distinct from prior knowledge or opinions.
6-8.RST.3
Follow precisely a multistep procedure when carrying out experiments, taking measurements, or performing technical tasks.
6-8.RST.4
Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical
context relevant to grades 6-8 texts and topics.
Students who demonstrate an understanding can:
1. Collect data to provide evidence for how the motions and complex interactions of air masses results in changes in weather conditions.
2. Develop and use a model to describe how unequal heating and rotation of the Earth cause patterns of atmospheric and oceanic circulation
that determine regional climates.
4c PLD-ADV Predict a change in weather based on differences in pressure, heat, air movement, and humidity.
7.4cDescribe the causes and effects of heat transfer as it relates to the circulation of ocean currents, atmospheric movement, and global wind
patterns (e.g., trade winds, the jet stream). Provide examples of how these global patterns can affect local weather:
c. Effects of heat transfer to the movement of air masses, high and low pressure areas, and fronts in the atmosphere
8.4c Examine weather forecasting and describe how meteorologists use atmospheric features and technology to predict the weather.
a. Temperature, precipitation, wind (speed/direction), dew point, relative humidity, and barometric pressure
b. How the thermal energy transferred to the air results in vertical and horizontal movement of air masses, Coriolis effect
c. Global wind patterns (e.g., trade winds, westerlies, jet streams)elements of study.
Day/Date
Bell
Schedule
Bell Work
Monday
8-22-16
Regular
Schedule
DCA
Testing
Objectives
(“The student will…”)
Students will
demonstrate
prior knowledge
on District
Common
Assessment.
Procedures
TI = Teacher Input, M = Modeling, GP = Guided Practice, IP = Independent Practice
TTW = “The teacher will…”
TSW = “The students will…”
ANTICIPATORY SET: Directions for test and video clip
DCA Testing
Assessment
Observation, Activotes
Project, Quiz, Unit Test,
DCA, etc.
Closure
Students will be
formally
assessed
through DCA
Students
will read if
they finish
early.
Tuesday
8-23-16
Regular
Schedule
DCA
Testing
Students will
demonstrate
prior knowledge
on District
Common
Assessment.
Wednesday
8-24-16
Regular
Schedule
Students
will read
the
procedure
of the
activity
and set up
lab report.
8-25-16
Why is
Earth’s
atmosphere
so warm?
The students will
use a campus map
and bubbles to
generate a map of
air currents
flowing around the
exterior of the
building.
8-26-16
Regular
Schedule
DCA Testing
Students will read Article of the Week #3 when they
finish the test.
The student
will be able to
describe how
energy
transfer by
radiation.
The student
can observe
convection, as
well as
illustrate it
and explain
why it occurs.
Students will
predict which
substance
(sand or
water) will
The student
can identify
the global
wind patterns
Students will be
formally
assessed
through DCA
Students
will read if
they finish
early.
Teacher
observations and
questions
throughout
activity and lab
report.
When your
bubbles
reached a
corner of
the building
what
changes in
movement
did you see
with the
bubbles?
Students will be
assessed by
questions and
answers.
How does
energy travel
in the
atmosphere?
Class discussion
and Socratic
questions in lab
Why is it
hotter at the
equator?
Why is it
directions for lab
Inquiry Activity: Blowing in the wind
Students will map the air flow around the school
using bubbles.
•
RST.3
RST.3
Friday


ANTICIPATORY SET:
Thursday
Regular
Schedule
ANTICIPATORY SET: Directions for test and video clip
ANTICIPATORY SET : Nasa Video-Radiation
http://www.neok12.com/video/Radioactivity/zX414d5a587676487071567
3.htm
Each group will conduct a demonstration demonstrating heat transfer and
create a class poster about their demonstration they will present their
findings to the class.

Students will conduct an experiment using light radiation on black
and silver cans.

Ice placed in hot water

Warm water placed in cold water

Convection in air
Homework:

Article of the week due Friday
ANTICIPATORY SET:
Students will be introduced to the crime.
The class will conduct an experiment demonstrating how the heat from
the sun hits the earth at different angles and causes temperature
changes.
heat up
quicker, while
under a heat
source, and
lose the most
heat after a
heat source
is removed.
and why we
have different
global wind
patterns.
 The students will construct a diagram of global winds
The class will conduct an experiment demonstrating the heat capacity of
sand to water. Students will draw conclusions and relate to local wind
patterns
 Students will illustrate sea and land breezes and explain how
convection cycle in each illustration
Homework:
Article of the week due Friday
colder at the
poles?