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Transcript: Severe Weather A warm front is where a warm air mass is pushing into a colder air mass. weather vs. climate weather:pertains to occurrences from hour to hour, or day to day, in a specific location. Climate:pertains to average weather over an extended period of time, in a specific region or on a larger scale. Climate can correspond to averages over a season, year, or century and over a county, state, country, or the globe. Difference: weather is given from a specific location and climate is from a large area of places --A large body of air with a uniform temperature --There are different kinds of air masses 1.maritime polar 2.maritime tropical 3.maritime 4.continental polar 5.continental tropical Fronts weather webquest powerpoint-leslie Air masses Air Pressure -Air pressure: the force put into a surface by the weight of air -Scientist use a barometer to measure air pressure -Low pressure is caused when are is warmed up and it descends -High pressure is caused when air is cooled and it ascends humidity A front is a transition zone between two air masses Warm Front --Humidity is the moisture in the atmosphere --Humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air --Relative humidity is the amount of water present in the current air --Specific humidity is an extremely useful quanity Cold Front Cold fronts form when a cooler air mass moves into an area of warmer air -Hurricanes begin as tropical storms over the warm moist waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans near the equator -Most tornadoes form from thunderstorms. You need warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico and cool, dry air from Canada. When these two air masses meet, they create instability in the atmosphere


Transcript: The Planet Earth is 92.96 million miles from the Sun. One rotation takes 24 hours, or a day. One evolution is a year or 365 days. Some characteristics of its surface are that it's covered mostly by water. Its tectonic plates are always moving and constantly changing the surface. The earth was an atmosphere which make the earth have gravity. The earth also has some features such as living things and different land forms. The earth's atmosphere has four layers. They each get hotter the deeper it goes. The mantle is the largest one. The inner and outer core are the hottest, and the crust is the coldest and thinnest. It is not known who discovered Earth, some say it was created by gods, others say that a volcanic eruption formed it. The spacecrafts always visit earth, heck they live in it! Some unique features of Earth is that its one of the only known planets to have living things. The earth only has one moon, the distance apart is about 238,900 miles MARS From an average distance of 67 million miles (108 million kilometers), Venus is 0.7 astronomical units away from the sun. Venus takes 243 Earth days to complete a full rotation. It takes 225 Earth days to do a full revolution.Venus has mountains, valleys, and tens of thousands of volcanoes. The highest mountain on Venus, Maxwell Montes, is 20,000 feet high (8.8 kilometers), similar to the highest mountain on Earth, Mount Everest. The landscape is dusty, and surface temperatures reach a scalding 880 degrees Fahrenheit (471 degrees Celsius). Venus is covered in craters, but none are smaller than 0.9 to 1.2 miles (1.5 to 2 kilometers) across. Small meteoroids burn up in the dense atmosphere, so only large meteoroids reach the surface and create impact craters. Venus' atmosphere consists mainly of carbon dioxide, with clouds of sulfuric acid droplets. The thick atmosphere traps the sun's heat, resulting in surface temperatures higher than 880 degrees Fahrenheit (470 degrees Celsius). The atmosphere has many layers with different temperatures. At the level where the clouds are, about 30 miles up from the surface, it's about the same temperature as on the surface of the Earth. Venus has no moons. Galileo pointed his telescope at Venus in 1610, so Galileo discovered Venus. On December 15, 1970 an unmanned Soviet spacecraft, Venera 7, became the first spacecraft to land on Venus. EARTH'S MOONS Mars is about 141.6 million miles away from the Sun. It takes 24 hours, 39 minutes, and 35.244 seconds to do one full rotation, but it takes 687 days to do one full revolution. The common surface features of Mars include dark slope streaks, dust devil tracks, sand dunes, Medusae Fossae Formation, fretted terrain, layers, gullies, glaciers, scalloped topography, chaos terrain, possible ancient rivers, pedestal craters, brain terrain, and ring mold craters. The atmosphere of Mars is about 100 times thinner than Earth's, and it is 95 percent carbon dioxide. Here's a breakdown of its composition: Carbon dioxide: 95.32 percent. Nitrogen: 2.7 percent. The atmosphere of Mars is the layer of gases surrounding Mars. It also has 2 moons, the Phobos and Deimos. Because of this, we don't know who exactly discovered Mars. We do know it was named after the Roman god of war, because its reddish color reminded people of blood. In 1659, Christian Huygens discovered a strange feature on the surface of the Red Planet. It was later called the Syrtis Major. Many spacecrafts have visited mars, one of them is called MAVEN launched on 18 November 2013 to futher explore mars. Mars is also called the red planet. Venus vs. Earth Mars is smaller than Earth Mars is farther away from the sun, being the 4th planet and Earth being the 3rd Mars' surface is red and drier than Earth, Earth's surface is mostly water Mars' atmosphere consists of approximately 96% carbon dioxide, 1.9% argon, 1.9% nitrogen, and traces of free oxygen, carbon monoxide, water and methane, among other gases, for a mean molar mass of 43.34 g/mol. Mars' gravity is 3.711 m/s² Mars' Moons: Monday, February 17, 2014 Headline 5 EARTH ABOUT THE EARTH Earth only has one moon Venus is smaller than the Earth From an average distance of 67 million miles (108 million kilometers), Venus is 0.7 astronomical units away from the sun. So it's closer to the sun Venus' surface is pretty rocky and hot, unlike earth's which is mostly water Mars vs. Earth: Venus Vol XCIII, No. 311 POWERPOINT WEBQUEST


Transcript: Title: following the footsteps of a martyr called Paul Title: following the footsteps of a martyr Paul Description: This webquest will help students follow the historical path of a christian martyr who had a great influence in the christianism. Grade Level: 5 Keywords: cristianism, martyr, missionary, gospel, divine calling Introduction Paul set the tone for Christianity, including its emphasis on celibacy and the theory of divine grace and salvation, as well as eliminating the circumcision requirement. It was Paul who called the New Testament evangelion, 'the gospel'. Paul met James, the brother of Jesus, and Peter, the Apostle, in Jerusalem. He then went on to Antioch where he converted Gentiles. This helped make Christianity a universal religion. Attachment Description: This video illustrates a short biography of Paul of tarsus: the apostle Duration: 2 minutes Tasks currently you will be researching online the life and times of one of the most influential early Christian missionary. Paul of Tarsus Task 1: The first task will be to research what are the most important aspects of Paul´s life. Task 2: For the second task, students are required to research the conversion of Paul. Task 3: After Paul's conversion, the expansion of gospel was glorious and very fast. Task 3 will be focused on understanding the experience of Paul during his missionary journeys. Task 4: The final task asks students to search the causes of Paul's Death and what is the historical evidence. Please proceed to the "Process" section to see how you will go about accomplishing these tasks. Process Let's get started! The most important aspects of Paul´s life. Click here to answer these questions. where was he born? What date was he born on? Did Paul ever get married? If so, to whom? what do you think? what were the professions of Paul? mentions his titles. why was he an important Jewish? what was his thought before his conversion? the conversion of Paul clik here to answer these questions;&version=TNIV and watch the short video. 1.what is the most important event in Christianity history apart from the life, death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth? 2. what were the Paul's intentions when he went to Caiaphas (4:6) and receives letters of introduction to the synagogues in Damascus, some 140 miles northeast? 3. what did happen when Saul traveled to Damascus at midday? 4. what is the meaning of Saul blindness? Missionary journeys Click here to answer these questions. Paul's Death and the historical evidence of his influence in the christian world. 1. who was Nero? 2. how many letters did Paul Write in prison? 3. what is the influence of these letters in christian world? 4. what are the Dead Sea Scrolls? Evaluation For this task you will be assessed on the completion of the webquest. This includes answering the questions in full sentences in your own words. DO NOT REPEAT ANSWERS WORD FOR WORD FROM THE WEBSITES! conclusion Conclusion Congratulation, Now that you are familiar with the most important man for the christian world, because he influenced in many aspects of this religion- you will have a better understanding of the origin of your possibly faith. funny questionnaire click here to access Resources 1. what were the places visited by Paul during his first journey 2. why is important the second journey. 3. how many books did Paul write during his missionary journeys? make a list. 4. why did Paul decide to live in Rome and continues to preach the gospel? why it is a relevant event? 5.why is Paul´s journeys important for the christian ism? click here, watch the video and answer the questions THANK YOU

Finance WebQuest PowerPoint

Transcript: It's important to know how to use a checkbook because you need to keep track of where your cash goes, and how much you have, so that you don't have to end up making mistakes and entering debt or bouncing checks. An ATM makes bank use much more convenient, so it's optional. It allows you to move money in your account without needing to be at the bank, and you can withdraw/deposit on the go. Checks can be endorsed by you or others by writing your signature, and stating the purpose of the check. (For deposit only, any use, for (insert name) and/or (insert name) to cash) You must enter the date, transaction amount and deposit amount. Subtract the transaction from your bank balance, or add the deposited money to that balance. * The Way Checks can be Endorsed By Joshua Neal How to Write a Check * * How to Use an ATM You must have your credit card, and enter your pin when prompted. After entering your pin, you can choose to withdraw cash from your account, and if you have a check or cash, you can just insert them into the ATM to deposit the money into your account. * Reconcile the balances by taking the ending balance and subtracting all pending withdrawals. How to use a Check Register You must reconcile a bank statement once every month, when your bank statement arrives in the mail. Check your beginning and ending balance, going transaction by transaction. Add all of your check register deposits, and they should equal deposits on your bank statement. Why is it important? Sources: How to Reconcile a Bank Statement You must enter a date, total cash being given (as close to the dollar sign as possible, total cash being given in worded form (dashed lines at the end to prevent tampering), state the purpose of the check, and then finally sign it when you're ready to finish writing it and hand it off. Finance WebQuest PowerPoint

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