Unit 6 Test

Unit 6 Test TEK 7

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Discovery Ed Website link

http://app.discoveryeducation.com/

 

student username:  wo”studentIDnumber”

password:  “studentIDnumber”

the students will log-in with their ID numbers that they are issued from the school;  it is generally the number they use in the cafeteria

 

example login:  wo12345

example password:  12345

 

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Journal Page 89 Glossary

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Journal Page 88 Glossary

 

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Journal Page 87 Glossary

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Journal Page 86 Glossary

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Journal Pages 45

 

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Lesson Plans Week of 3-23-15

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Supertide Article 3-22-15

http://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/supertide-draws-tens-of-thousands-to-frances-mont-saint-michel/ar-BBiy2ij?ocid=ASUDHP

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Quiz: Moon Phases

1. Sketch a diagram of the Earth, Sun, and Moon (in all of its named phases) with the Sun to the right of the Earth.  Label the Phases, Earth, and Sun.

 

2.  Sketch a diagram of the Earth, Sun, and Moon (in all of its named phases) with the Sun to the left of the Earth.  Label the Phases, Earth, and Sun.

 

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TEK 7 Review

1.  Make a sketch representing the Earth and Sun in relationship as they are in June.  Indicate a line of latitude at which the Sun would be visible for 24 straight hours in June.

2.  Explain why days are generally warmer in Texas during June than during December.

3.   Make a sketch representing the Earth and Sun in relationship as they are when it is December.

4.  Describe the season that is experienced (in the Temperate latitude zones) in the hemisphere that is tilted towards the Sun.

5.  Make a sketch showing the relative tilt of the Earth during the two Solstices and two Equinoxes.  Label the diagram.

6.  During which season are daylight hours the shortest?

7.  Explain why the Northern Hemisphere is warmer in July than the Southern Hemisphere?

8.  What causes the Earth to experience seasons?

9.  What fraction of the Moon is reflecting the light of the Sun during a New Moon?

10.  Is the actual amount of the Moon that reflects the light of the Sun always visible from the Earth?

11.  Define “Waxing”.

12.  Define “Waning”.

13.  What two Moon Phases occur nearest (in time) to the New Moon?

14.  What two Moon Phases occur nearest (in time) to the Full Moon?

15.  Describe the relative positions of the Earth, Moon, and Sun during the New Moon phase.

16.  Which Moon Phase is next visible after the Full Moon?

17.  Describe the relative positions of the Earth, Moon, and Sun during Spring Tides.

18.  Describe the relative positions of the Earth, Moon, and Sun during Neap Tides.

 

 

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