Air Pollution Teacher Resources
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Explore earth science by completing an environmental math activity. Environmentally aware learners discuss how air pollution begins, whom it affects, and how it can be prevented. They utilize graphic organizers to visualize pollution statistics and later complete a pollution worksheet in class.
A fantastic lesson on urban air pollution problems throughout the world is here for you. Learners understand that there are many factors involved in creating pollution, that there are many health effects brought on by air pollution, and that fixing the problem is not an easy task. This amazing lesson has maps, photographs, worksheets, and all sorts of terrific educational tasks for groups to perform. Top-notch!
Learners investigate the effects of types of pollution in a closed system of a glass of water. In this Earth science lesson, students use a glass of water as model for air. Learners introduce different materials to represent types of air pollutants. Students then consider ways to reduce their impact on air pollution.
Plenty of background information about how air pollution affects much more than just our lungs is included on this attractive handout. After reading, pupils make a working model of a lung and diaphragm. Junior physicians place a small piece of cotton in the lung to find out what happens. Since there is so much reading, consider creating a comprehension instructional activity to make sure you class is absorbing the relevant information.
Students locate on a map the potential areas of air pollution in their community. They identify the possible sources and types of air pollution in the community based on observations and predict and locate on a map potential areas of pollution in the community.
Eleventh graders consider air quality. In this environmental stewardship lesson plan, 11th graders consider the impact of air pollution on asthma and identify ways that they can work to reduce air pollution.
Students explore the topic of air pollution. They complete a KWL chart, answer discussion questions, and define key vocabulary terms.
Seventh graders examine how the use of electricity affects air quality. In this pollution lesson students complete a handout and a column chart showing the air pollutants they had generated.
In this air pollution worksheet, students watch a video about asthma and indicate the triggers of asthma. They also use a web site to get real time data about the ozone, particle pollution and air quality to answer four questions. Students use the American Lung Association data to answer five questions about diseases related to air pollution and answer two questions to complete the worksheet.
New Review Smogasbord
When your environmental or earth science class is studying air pollution, you will want to take the time to go over this resource. Pupils peruse the history of air pollution regulations and examine outstanding diagrams of what contributes to smog in American cities.
New Review Ozone Alert
The hole in the ozone layer may "scaereosol" to death! Meteorology, environmental, or atmosphere students read about the atmosphere's ozone content and the sources of air pollution. This is a valuable reading resource for your atmosphere unit.
New Review Investigation: Ozone Snaps
This investigation of the effect of air pollution on rubber bands is a snap! After closely observing the properties of a fresh rubber band, learners let them sit outdoors, both sealed off from and exposed to, open air. After a week, observations are made again to determine if being exposed to possible polluted air has made a difference. The intent is to demonstate that ozone has an effect on rubber.
Eighth graders study air pollution and identify some causes, effects and solutions. In this air pollution lesson plan students complete several activities.
Students participate in a baseball game in which they answer questions related to air pollution. They answer true and false questions as well. They discuss the impact of air pollution on the environment.
What is the air quality index? Start by discussing pollution and air quality with your budding environmentalists. A list of instructional activities are provided here from inviting a guest speaker into your classroom to discussing asthma. Challenge your class to think of new ways to control air pollution.
Learners identify the causes and effects of air pollution and how to reduce air pollution.
Students read two different articles which present the scientific issue of asthma, the causes, and the rising rates in our society. Students read for facts and examine whether or not the scientists have a political point of view. Students complete a worksheet about one article and have a discussion on the issue of air pollution's role in asthma.
Students explore air pollution. For this environmental studies lesson, students work with a partner to create a Venn diagram comparing and contrasting possible solutions to prevalent indoor air pollution problems. Students discuss and compare Venn Diagrams.
Students review terms associated with air pollution and complete a word search.
Students investigation how air pollution affects their surroundings. In this air quality activity, students experiment through a variety of stations that focus on vegetation, soil, water, visibility, property, and human health.