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This is a high school level inquiry-based learning experience on climate drivers. Included is a printable AND digital learning option intended to be used with Google Apps.
Students make predictions about timescales and radiative forcings as they relate to a variety of climate drivers; natural and anthropogenic. They will then research/investigate the climate drivers using the templates provided as their guide. Students will locate and utilize a variety of sources such as scientific publications and interviews with climatologists. Finally, they will draw conclusions from the information they gather and apply that new knowledge to present-day climate change.
This product is intended to be budget-friendly, low-prep, and student-led.
This resource includes:
- Activity introduction/background information
- Student guide
- Formative assessment
- Computer and internet access
- Student guide for printable option
- Google Apps for digital option
- Red, purple, and blue colored pencils or markers
Next Generation Science Standards: HS-ESS1-1, HS-ESS1-5, HS-ESS2-4
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