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8.10A The Sun's Energy

8.10A The Sun's Energy

Author: Whitney Isbell
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8.10A The student is expected to recognize that the Sun provides the energy that drives convection within the atmosphere and oceans, producing winds and ocean currents.

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Tutorial

Student Expectation Packet

In your student expectation packet under the fourth six weeks, find 8.10A.

Highlight the verbs and the content that you are expected to know at the end of this lesson.

8.10A The student is expected to recognize that the Sun provides the energy that drives convection within the atmosphere and oceans, producing winds and ocean currents.

8.10A Reference Text and Key Questions

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Source: based on www.stemscopes.com

The Sun's Energy

Cornell Notes

Using the reference text and the powerpoint create Cornell notes in your science journal. This will be part of your journal grade for this six weeks.

 

Be sure to include Convection, Wind, Surface Ocean Currents, Deep Ocean Currents