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Title: Case Study

1
Case Study
• Kevin Christopher
• Christina Cunningham
• Teaire Dean
• Ameila Galbreath

2
Big Idea
• The students will learn what the Earths features
are and how they change.

3
Objectives
• The students will distinguish between weather
and climate.
• The students will explain the main factors that
determine climate.
• The students will analyze graphs to determine
climate.

4
TN Standards
• GLE 0407.8.2 Differentiate between weather and
climate.
• GLE 0406.1.5 Use mathematical ideas and processes
in different settings to formulate patterns,
analyze graphs, set up and solve problems and
interpret solutions.
• GLE 0407.Inq.3 Organize data into appropriate
graphs, drawings, or diagrams.

5
Materials
• Handouts
• Poster
• Markers
• Maps
• reference material
• science journals
• PowerPoint
• Books
• pencils

6
Introduction
• (Engage) The students will have a silent
discussion on the question What is the difference
between climate and weather. A silent discussion
is when the students write their answer on a
sheet of paper and pass it back and forth with a
partner without talking. (5 minutes)

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Activity
• Five Groups
• Locate and circle the cities of Chicago, Miami,
Phoenix, Memphis, and Seattle on a map.
• Predict where each city, except Memphis, belongs
using the table located on the bottom of the
handout
• Research one of the cities to find out the yearly
temperature and precipitation

8
Closure
• Guided Discussion
• Which cities are located near oceans?
• Which cities are farthest south?
• How does this compare to the other cities?

9
Assessment
• Formative Assessment
• Summative Assessment

10
Modifications
• Students who did not master interpreting will be
given tables with more direct information
• Students that have mastered the objective will
label a diagram showing how a mountain affects
precipitation, climate, and the movement of air
masses.

11
Student Intervention
• Explicit Instruction
• Collaborative Opportunities
• Hands-on Experiences