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CLIMATE CHANGE (SF)

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CLIMATE
how dangerous is our
changing

to our planet?
FEEDBACK
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What is climate change?
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The resources in this module cover the basics of climate change, including an introduction to the science behind climate change theory. As you explore, it will be helpful to record some of the big ideas, key terms and definitions, and questions you have that may lead to further exploration. Using a tool such as a mind map, Cornell Notes, or another note-taking device you are comfortable or familiar with will help you find information you may need later and allow you to easily connect the information to its source.
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How do we know climate change is real?
Let's explore the science of climate change. We'll take an in-depth look at the greenhouse effect and the gases the cause it.
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What data do we have about climate change?
Use the resources below to explore the data collection methods scientists use to test their hypotheses about climate change.
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What is the controversy about climate change?
Use the resources below to explore the data collection methods scientists use to test their hypotheses about climate change.
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LIBRARY!
DIRECTIONS:
This Exploration offers several book choices! Go to Google Classroom to find your
Summer Book Journal
, make your book selection, and get started. Enjoy!
Weather vs. Climate: What's the big deal?
When discussing climate change, people often misunderstand the difference between climate and weather. Use the resources below to learn about the difference, and explore how the two are interrelated.
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Do you find a consistent relationship between sea surface temperature and hurricane strength? Does the graph support the hypothesis that warmer ocean temperatures increase hurricane strength? Explain why or why not!

SCIENCE LAB:
Do warmer seas make stronger hurricanes?
SCIENCE INVESTIGATION
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How does climate change impact people & the planet?
How is climate change impacting our planet, and how is it impacting us as people inhabiting the planet? Is it really making any difference to our lives? Let's explore this issue using the resources below!
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GAME TIME!
Can you stop climate change?
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Let's go, Philadelphia!
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What is the scientific method?
The scientific method is an important step-by-step process for investigation important questions. Learn more using the resources below!
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How do greenhouse gases cause CC?
Use the resources below to explore the data collection methods scientists use to test their hypotheses about climate change.
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What will the end product look like?
This learning activity guide, Analyzing Exemplars, will help you study the features of a high quality task - no matter which task you're working on!
How do I develop an evidence-based argument?
Whether an essay, speech, documentary film, or Opinion Editorial, arguments are a powerful tool for change-making.In this student guide, you'll be guided through a process for creating, revising, and sharing your own argument- no matter what topic or issue you are exploring!
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CREATE
Not yet ready to design your own experiment? That's OK! We have a few different options for science experiments listed for you below! Be sure to check the materials list before starting!
INVESTIGATE
MAKE MEANING
MAKE MEANING
MAKE MEANING
INVESTIGATE
INVESTIGATE
INVESTIGATE
INVESTIGATE
INVESTIGATE
CREATE
CREATE
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