posted by Kevin Pughsley on Apr 23

page 1 study guide answers page 2 study guide answers page 3 study guide answers page 4 study guide answers

posted by Kevin Pughsley on Apr 21

We will have our weather unit test and spelling test on Friday please study all of the entries 1-11 to be ready for the test.  Thanks

posted by Kevin Pughsley on Apr 21

IMG

Create a forecast for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday

Choose which ever city you would like but it must stay the same for all week.

You must include

  • temperature
  • air pressure
  • precipitation
  • fronts
  • day and night forecast
  • any other information you want to list

Due on Thursday

posted by Kevin Pughsley on Mar 18

Global Wind Notes 3/18/15

Global wind notes

Wind Notes 3/12/15

Land and Sea Breeze Notes

Heating and Cooling Notes 3/10/15

Wind Notes

Heating and Cooling Notes continued 3/10/15

Heating and Cooling Notes

posted by Kevin Pughsley on Mar 18

Troposphere

Stratosphere

Mesosphere

Thermosphere

Exosphere

posted by Kevin Pughsley on Mar 10

The words for our spelling/definition test are below:

Radiation

Convection

Conduction

Procedures

Reflection

Make sure you work on the spelling and correct meaning of each word.

posted by Kevin Pughsley on Feb 4

Oceans study guide page 1

Oceans study guide page 2

posted by Kevin Pughsley on Feb 2

Here are the notes for Tides incase you need them.

Tides Notes Tides Notes back

posted by Kevin Pughsley on Feb 2

Don’t forget to study entries 1-5 for your oceans test on Wednesday.  I will be out tomorrow home with my son who has a stomach bug.  I will be back on Wednesday.  If you have any questions about your study guide post them under comments.  See everyone on Wednesday.

posted by Kevin Pughsley on Jan 28

Waves coming and going answers

Click on the link and you will have all of the answers to entry four waves coming and going notes.

Today’s notes on waves and beach erosion.

Erosion: The process of breaking up rock and carrying it away.

Barrier Beach: A long natural landfrom made of sand deposits that protects the shoreline from wave action.

Sand Dunes: Wind blown hills of sand with dune plants growing on them for added resistance to erosion.

Groin: A wall of rocks or concrete that extends out from the beach out into the ocean.

  • Erosion  is decreased in front of the groin
  • Erosion is increased behind the groin