Today in class students worked to complete their cloud foldable. They included the name, illustration, description (what it's made up of, how it's made, what it looks like), altitude (height), what kind (if any) of precipitation it produces, any nicknames for the cloud (like "mare's tails"), and if it predicts future weather.
Today in class students worked to complete taking notes about the formation of clouds and begin a foldable with lots of information about specific types of clouds.
Today in class students checked out the forecast, and then created Cornell notes (from our textbook) about clouds. Time is running out to complete any test corrections before school or after lunch... just saying.
On Friday, students reviewed how air masses, fronts, and air pressures work to create weather. Today in class students took the Air Masses and Fronts Test.
Test corrections from previous tests should have been completed in class last week. Any outstanding corrections should be completed at the beginning of the school day from 7:10 - 7:25 a.m. before track out.