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UNSW : UNSW Atmosphere Study Guide
Atmosphere Study Guide 43 Atmosphere word search T M E R E H P S O S E M X A G N H A S V N E R G A L B T R L P S E R U T O N A Q F M T E O O R D R A O I L D I O L R T B C K E M M N H I C S N V O I A G A I S T O O N P Y A H P L L K L R H S X S H E P C P O L A C R G B I U E P O E D U S E L A I C D O R R U H K R R P T T L L E S E N R E B E O G H A I G N I M R A W O R K R T E S T Y N I T R O G E N E R E R E U O X Y G E N O Z O A T D E V D T A C I D T M O E G J A P S E S T R A T O S P H E R E W S N Find the following words hidden backwards, forwards, diagonally, downwards and upwards. acid, altitude, atmosphere, carbon, climate, cyclone, dioxide, earth, global, greenhouse, lightning, mesosphere, nitrogen, oxygen, ozone, pressure, rain, satellite, stratosphere, thermosphere, troposphere, vapour, warming, water Create your own atmosphere quiz 1. Ask each student to call out a word related to the atmosphere. Record these on the board. 2. Each student must pick six words from the board and write a definition for each. 3. Students then pick four more words from the board and write a paragraph describing them. They should highlight their chosen words in the paragraph. 4. Students create a concept map showing all they have learnt about the atmosphere using at least half the words from the board. They should show links between words and write along lines connecting words to show how the terms are related. Evaluate