Atmospheric Circulation (Global Winds) Presentation & Guided Notes

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This high-quality Atmospheric Circulation (Global Winds) Presentation and Guided Notes is designed to answer the essential question, “In what ways does air circulate in our atmosphere?” providing students with a deep understanding of the dynamics governing our planet’s air movements.

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This high-quality Atmospheric Circulation (Global Winds) Presentation and Guided Notes is designed to answer the essential question, “In what ways does air circulate in our atmosphere?” providing students with a deep understanding of the dynamics governing our planet’s air movements.

 

Delve into the intricacies of atmospheric circulation through this presentation covering key topics such as Earth’s atmosphere, solar energy input, uneven heating, convection currents, global wind belts, equatorial winds, trade winds, westerlies, polar easterlies, jet streams, and their profound impact on weather patterns and climate zones.

 

The estimated 25-minute presentation is thoughtfully crafted to captivate students’ attention and spark curiosity. Paired with guided notes, students actively engage in the learning process, filling in key information as they follow along. To reinforce their understanding, practice questions are seamlessly integrated throughout the presentation, providing an opportunity for application and skill reinforcement.

 

Elevate your science curriculum with this resource, fostering a deeper appreciation and understanding of atmospheric circulation and global winds.

 

✎ WHAT’S INCLUDED?

  • 42-Slide Atmospheric Circulation Presentation
  • 8-Page Guided Notes (Editable Google Docs)

 

Grade Levels: 6th – 12th
Total Pages: 50
Teaching Duration: 25 Minutes

 

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