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This product teaches students how to read and analyze climographs. Then this product has students create their own climograph from the data provided. Finally, students analyze three climographs to answer questions. This is a create lesson that can be taught in one period and/or used for homework.
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Based on the climograph of a mystery location, students investigate which location best fits with the climograph.
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In this activity, students will make use of Google Sheets (Google's equivalent of MS Excel) to create climographs (climate graphs) for their choice of three given United States cities. This activity includes a detailed step-by-step "How-To" guide as a Google Document, and it also includes the Goo
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In this activity students are given average temperatures and average precipitation for Rome, Italy. The students are to use the attached blank climograph to graph the information and create a key. Then the students are to answer the questions about the graph. This is a great resource for homework or
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Ocean Climates and Currents MS-ESS2-6 Earth Systems Middle School 6-8 Created By: Brenda Lantinga Develop and use a model to describe how unequal heating and rotation of the Earth cause patterns of atmospheric and oceanic circulation that determine regional climates. [Cl
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This is a problem based learning bellringer (activity) where the students have to discern between two climographs to write a memo to the Department of Agriculture (students take on the roll as an agriculture expert). This simple activity can be used to introduce climographs (climates), as a bellrin
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Easy way for students to understand different climate zones and graphing. Students will use the tables to graph both temperature and precipitation for six cities in six different climate zones. They can then use a climate zone map to determine which cities are located in which climate zones. The gra
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Description This is a worksheet that has students create a climograph comparing the average temperature and the average precipitation for the city of San Diego. It also has the students calculate the yearly average temperature, the yearly average precipitation and the ranges for both. The students t
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Using climate data, students will predict which city matches the data provided.
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A quick and easy activity to practice using and analyzing climographs.
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This 105-slide PowerPoint is everything you need to get your students pumped about this upcoming global event. Your students will love learning about the XXIII winter games, the host city and country, and all about the 15 sports that will be played. Reasons You'll Love It: -It's completely editabl
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This fantastic bundle of Historical Skills Activities and Worksheets covers all the essential skills your students need to understand for studying history! It makes for fantastic back to school activities to help your students grasp the skills they will be using all year long! The worksheets cover
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This 62-slide PowerPoint can be used for many different purposes such as teaching students how to read different types of charts & graphs, reviewing chart & graph skills, bell ringers/daily starters, etc. Pie charts, bar graphs, line graphs, population pyramids, climographs, cartograms, and
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What's the weather like in Rome in January? When you travel to a new location, one of the first things that you want to know about the place is the weather. Will it be warm or cool? Rainy or clear? A climate graph (also called a "climograph") is a graph that shows the average monthly temperatu
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If you're looking for a fun way to help your AP students master vocabulary, this is the crossword puzzle bundle for you! I give these to my students before each unit test, and each puzzle helps them review without just mindlessly copying definitions. If you're like me, you want to do everything you
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St. Patrick's Day is a great opportunity for students to practice their data analysis and interpretation skills. Lucky them! These activities focus on gathering, observing, and understanding data patterns. The package includes: "Lucky Charm Lab" - In this lab, students predict and determine the rat
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In this COMPLETE lesson from InspirEd Educators, students will be able to explain the difference between weather and climate, and study climographs to show their understanding of the concepts. Lesson warm up, teacher instructions, teacher answers, guiding discussion questions, all student handouts
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This 51-slide PowerPoint includes everything you and your students need to know about the geography, culture, government, and economics of South Korea. Now is the perfect time to teach your students about the host country of the 2018 Winter Games. Reasons you'll love it: -It's completely editable
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Welcome to Soccerography! Combining the world's most popular game with key geography standards and skills. The students will refine their skills in research, data collection, graph making, graph reading, plotting absolute location and critical thinking. This project can be used as a year end proje
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15 Questions (fill in the blank and short answer) Ice Age vocabulary - migrate, Bering Strait, Ice Age Early American Cultures - Mound Builders, drought, archaeologists, artifacts, Four Corners, mesa) climograph Also short questions!
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In this project, students will explore one of the 11 sub-climates of the world: Tropical Wet, Tropical wet and dry, Arid, Semiarid, Marine West Coast, Mediterranean, Humid Subtropical, Humid Continental, Subarctic, Ice Cap, Tundra, and Highlands. Students will work in small groups (I had groups of
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* Aligns with MS-ESS2-3 "Develop and use a model to describe how unequal heating and rotation of the Earth cause patterns of atmospheric and oceanic circulation that determine regional climates" In this lab activity students will use real-world data to create climographs for 3 coastal regions. St
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Social Studies Literacy Centers Bundle - January Social Studies Literacy Centers for January are here! TEN STATIONS!! Are you struggling to integrate social studies into your curriculum? Here’s your solution. Social Studies Literacy Centers will help your students “read to learn” in a fun way. Th
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This is a mini-powerpoint lesson on climate regions in canada. Also includes a section on climographs. I will attach the climograph assignment in another post.
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