Wind Erosion Teacher Resources
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Sea to Sky
Students investigate the Earth's major landforms and how they occur, and how engineers apply this knowledge for the design of transportation systems, mining, and measuring natural hazards. They listen to a teacher-led lecture, match vocabulary words with definitions, and answer discussion questions.
3rd - 5th Social Studies & History
The Dirt We Depend On; Soil Destruction and Conservation Reading Comprehension Worksheet
In this soil destruction and conservation worksheet, students read a three page non-fiction article. They answer 10 fill in the blank questions and 1 short answer question based on the reading about soil building methods.
5th - 6th Science
What's the Connection?
Ninth graders identify the relationship between the ocean and the weather. In this meteorology lesson, 9th graders research the relationship between the ocean, lithosphere, and atmosphere. They create a multimedia poster to illustrate the connections.
9th Visual & Performing Arts
Dust In The Distance
Students are introduced to the events of the Dust Bowl. Using a map, they locate and label all of the states surrounding and including Oklahoma. After also labeling the counties in Oklahoma, they use the internet to research the weather conditions that led to the Dust Bowl.
3rd - 4th Social Studies & History
What's the Connection
Ninth graders identify and describe some, but not all relationships, among oceans, lithosphere and atmosphere. This includes students using data and information collected from their research to explain relationships among weather patterns, geographic locations and geographic features.
Aerology- The Study of Mars
Students investigate various aspects of the planet Mars. They examine a core sample that is simulated to make observations. Then compare the known sample with one that is unknown and differentiate between the two. Students hypothesize how core samples help scientists determine the planet's historical life.
5th - 8th Science
The Hazardous Waste Dilemma
Young scholars discuss the characteristics of a hazardous waste site and how they can cause health problems to humans. In groups, they research the various ways to deal with the hazardous materials and read recent articles on the subject. To end the lesson, they discuss the role of environmental groups and the government in dealing with this issue.
5th - 6th Science