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Transcript
Climate
Change: An
Introduction
Monday, November 10, 2014
-You need a sheet of paper.
-You do not need to write the questions.
-You do need to clearly write the heading
for each section.
-You need to complete this assignment by
the end of class.
-It will be taken up then.
The Earth is a complete,
single system
 Preview Questions (1 minute)
 What does interconnected
mean?
 What does the atmosphere do?
 What do the oceans do?
 What does the land do?
 What does plant life do?
The Earth is a complete,
single system
http://oeta.pbslearningmedia.org/resour
ce/ess05.sci.ess.earthsys.hologlobe/ea
rth-as-a-system/
The Earth is a complete,
single system.
 Answer Questions (7 minutes)
 What does interconnected
mean?
 What does the atmosphere do?
 What do the oceans do?
 What does the land do?
 What does plant life do?
We are able to track the
changes in the earth .
Preview Questions (1 minute)
What is landsat?
When did it start?
What are two things landsat
photographs have shown?
We are able to track the
changes in the earth .
http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/resource/a4496
c33-dfd2-4736-ba67-d2b283a1bd03/a-planetaryperspective-with-landsat-and-google-earthengine/
Stop video at 2:37
We are able to track the
changes in the earth.
Answer Questions (6 minute)
What is landsat?
When did it start?
What are two things landsat
photographs have shown?
Climate Change: What is it? How does it work?
What impact does it have?

Preview questions (1 minute)

An increase in carbon dioxide levels causes what
to happen?

What caused the dramatic increase in carbon
dioxide levels?

How much carbon dioxide do we produce per
year?

What are two major contributors to the increase
in carbon dioxide levels?

What does cataclysmic mean?

What are two things that are now noticeable that
are caused by global warming?
Climate Change: What is it? How does it work?
What impact does it have?
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/videos/category/
3play_1/climate-change-101-with-bill-nye-thescience/?no-ist
Climate Change: What is it? How does it work?
What impact does it have?

Answer questions (Rest of class; due at end of
hour)

An increase in carbon dioxide levels causes what
to happen?

What caused the dramatic increase in carbon
dioxide levels?

How much carbon dioxide do we produce per
year?

What are two major contributors to the increase
in carbon dioxide levels?

What does cataclysmic mean?

What are two things that are now noticeable that
are caused by global warming?