Learn about visible light in the Electromagnetic spectrum. Did you know that visible light is represented by only 1 inch on an electromagnetic scale of over 2,000 miles?
Learn about albedo and how it is related to global warming.
Learn about types of energy such as such as mechanical, heat, chemical, radiant, electrical, sound, and nuclear.
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To increase reading comprehension, activate prior knowledge, develop collaboration and communication with peers, and determine how key vocabulary words relate to one another using Text Scan.
To describe images using words using the Visual Literacy strategy.
Come up with questions about a topic and learn new vocabulary words to determine answers using an Ask, Answer, Learn table.
Students will learn about current scientific research connecting Terrestrial Gamma Rays with lightning, explore the two ways that scientists are collecting this data,participate in a weather prediction simulation, and analyze the stage of the scientific method that this research is currently in.
Students learn the potential effects of a solar storm would have on our world, look at current solar weather data, and use real data to practice measuring and predicting solar storms themselves.
If lightning is in the area, avoid it. If you can't get away, there are ways to protect yourself.
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