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Human Activities & Global Climate Change Sketch Notes, Quiz, & Game Bundle

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    Topics include how human activities and natural processes impact climate change, specifically the greenhouse effect. Students will see evidence of global climate change. This evidence includes sea levels rising, sea ice declining, ocean acidification, global temperatures rising, and an increase in extreme weather events. Students compare fossil fuels to renewable resources.

    These resources work towards mastering NGSS MS-ESS3-5

    Ask questions to clarify evidence of the factors that have caused the rise in global temperatures over the past century.

    Included in the Human Activities & Global Climate Change Doodle Sketch Notes & Quiz resource:

    Pages 3-6: Four Page Printable Doodle Sketch Notes

    Pages 7-10: Doodle Notes with answers

    Pages. 11-12: Printable 16 question quiz

    Pages 13-14: Answer key for quiz

    Included in the Up & Around Science Scavenger Hunt resource:

    p. 2 How to play

    p. 3-4 List of questions with the answers for teacher reference

    p. 5-24 20 questions cards to post around the room

    p. 25 Blank page for you to include your own question

    p. 26 Answer key

    How to play the scavenger hunt game:

    1. The cards last better if you laminate them. Post the large cards around the room on walls, doors, and cupboards where students can see many at once.

    2. Have students pair up and get a lined piece of paper. Students can start at any number. Students write down the number of the card they start at. They read the bottom of the large card and look around the room for the answer on the top part of another card. When they find the answer, they put the number of the card on their lined paper below their starting place. Each card number is placed in a line below.

    3. Students can come check with you at any point to see if their answers so far are correct. Some students need a lot of encouragement that they are on the right track. Students will end at the card they started at. I really like this game because they must get the answer correct in order to complete the game. It is a great review to prepare for a test.

    *A blank card is included for you to substitute you own questions if you’d like.

    Total Pages
    40 pages
    Answer Key
    Teaching Duration
    3 days
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