Cloze - Natural Disasters 1 Science Literacy Workbook
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Weather Lesson Plans

  • Breaking Weather Report - The learner will be able to identify North, South, East, West, Hawaii, and Alaska and act out the part of six meteorologists in different parts of the U.S.
  • Cloud Types - There are different types of clouds. Varying cloud types have distinguishing characteristics.
  • Cloud Watching- Students will examine, identify, and record cumulus, cumulonimbus, cirrus, and stratus cloud formations.
  • Clouds- The students will understand what a cloud is, how it is formed and the various types of clouds.
  • Conversation About the Weather - To be able to broaden the vocabulary when talking about the weather so the student can broaden their conversation.
  • Core Environmental Factors - To introduce students to the basic properties of earth, air, water, fire.
  • Differentiate between Weather - The learner will differentiate between different types of weather.
  1. Geography Weather Symbols - Students need to learn how to read, translate, and analyze the activities and how it affects a particular country in the scientific, political, and geographical areas.
  2. How Does the Wind Blow?- Children will discover how air makes things move and how different forces make things move more.
  3. Identifying Erosion- Students will be able to identify erosion and explain the causes of erosion.
  4. Mad About Meteorology- .pdf file. Entire Unit.
  5. Measuring Rainfall- Students can make a gauge to measure rainfall and see how much rain falls over several days.
  6. Northwest Weather Watch- A complete on-line unit.
  7. The Seasons- In this activity students develop an understanding of the seasons by naming the seasons of the year, considering physical change over time, and analyzing environmental changes.
  8. The Weather - All students in class will have learned about today's topic at their own pace and according to their individual levels.
  9. The Wonders of Weather - The study of weather patterns and how they differ throughout the United States.
  10. Tracking Local Weather- Every day for one week (Monday through Friday), take your class outside and measure as many of these variables as you can: temperature, daily precipitation, wind direction, and wind speed.
  11. Understanding Weather- The greenhouse effect is important to life on Earth because it provides our planet with the warmth it needs for animal and plant life to thrive.
  12. Weather Elements - The student will be able to identify the types of clouds. The student will be able to identify types of precipitation
  13. Weather Forecasting - To gain an understanding of how to forecast weather, the students will be able to use weather reports for their personal benefit.
  14. Weather Report - The objective of this lesson is for students to use correctly weather related vocabulary, numbers, cardinal points, period of day and days of the week in target language.
  15. Weather and Seasons Concepts - Students will understand targeted opposite pairs. Students will understand nouns and verbs. Students will construct complete sentences containing a noun and a verb.
  16. What's the Weather- This is a series of experiments about weather and the air. This unit was designed for use in the third grade.
  17. Where Does the Wind Come From?- Students will be introduced to the effects that heat has on creating wind.
  18. Wind Direction- A homemade weather vane.
  19. Wind Observation- Make a wind gauge and observe how the wind affects the things around you.