Students researched and then presented their findings on how Earth's climate is currently being influenced, both through anthropogenic and natural processes. They also explored how these changes could affect Earth, if continued, and suggested a few sources of alternative energy production.
A handful of key items to focus on for this test are listed below. However, keep in mind that though the exam will cover all of these, it is not limited to these specific key areas:
Students scripted and produced their own newscasts to warn local residents of impending severe weather, including hurricanes, a tornado, and a winter storm. Check out a few of the action shots below. Thanks to Perry Frink, Corey Parker, and JCC for allowing us access to the TV studio!
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