Ch. 1 - Earth's Atmosphere
Ch. 2 - Taking Earth's Temperature
Ch. 3 - Earth and Solar Energy
Vocabulary
Expository Writing
100

All changes in the Earth's spheres need energy from

What is the Sun

100

Particles that a constantly moving have this

What is Kinetic Energy

100

Sunlight travels in this shape, known as rays

What are straight lines

100

A unit of degree that describes a position on Earth relative to the Equator

What is Latitude

100

The last stage of the writing process that you submit to get graded is called

What is the Final Draft
200

The 3rd layer, in the middle, of the atmosphere is called

What is the Mesosphere

200

You can detect the motion of particles in an object by 

What is how warm or cool it feels

200

During this season, the Northern Hemisphere tilts toward the sun to receive more direct sunlight

What is Summer

200

A gas in the atmosphere that absorbs the energy of infrared light.

What is Greenhouse Gas?

200

After brainstorming, you do this so that you can write a rough draft

What is Organize Your Thoughts

300

Earth's 4 parts include

What are the Geosphere, Hydrosphere, Biosphere, and Atmosphere

300
As temperature decreases, so does average kinetic energy because of this relationship

What is proportional

300

Visible light, Ultraviolet light, and this 3rd wavelength are the most important in impacting weather

What is Infrared Light

300

The condition of the atmosphere and its phenomena in a certain place at a certain specific time.

What is Weather

300

The first step in the writing process 

Brainstorming

400

Scientists that study and predict the weather are called

What are Meteorologist

400

3 types of energy transfer include

Conduction, Convection, and Radiation

400

Changes in the angle that sunlight strikes the Earth causes these

What are Seasons

400

The relatively thin layer of the atmosphere that is closest to the Earth's surface

Troposphere

400

Expository writing is writing that must be supported by this

What is Evidence or Facts 

500

Soot, Dust, Sea Salt, and Pollen are examples of

What are aerosols

500
The state changes include

What are Freezing, Melting, Evaporation, and Condensation

500

Examples of Greenhouse gases include (must answer all 3)

What are Methane, Water Vapor, and Carbon Dioxide

500

Tiny liquid and solid particles suspended in the atmosphere

What is an Aerosol

500

Styles to "Hook" Your Reader in the Introductory paragraph include

What are Asking Questions, Incredible Facts, and Painting a Picture

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