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Got Dirty Air?: For Your Eyes Only
Mar 20 2011
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Summary Information

Keywords:

air pollution, air, pollution, atmosphere, smog, particulate, combustion, environment, visible pollutants, particulate matter, smog, industry, technology

Topic: 

Earth Science
Measurement
Biology

Estimated Time Required:

2-3 hours

Target Grade (Ages):

Grade 6 (Ages 11-12)
Grade 7 (Ages 12-13)

Diversity Indicators:

This lesson is appropriate for all learners. Be conscious of students with asthma or allergies if you collect air pollution data outside.

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This lesson plan teaches an

SPiology's picture
This lesson plan teaches an interesting concept, the atmosphere, which is sometimes difficult for middle school students to understand. Students know that there is a layer of air around Earth, bu this lesson teaches the importance of keeping it clean. Through these projects, students will be able to make a real-world connection to their environment. This seems like an effective way to teach students about their atmosphere and how pollution affects it.

Got Dirty Air?

icalder1's picture

This lesson is beneficial for the students because it is an issue that affects many if not all of their lives directly and/or indirectly.
The lesson plan offers an informative and compelling introduction; just enough to arouse their interest. Lesson offers history, technology, science, resources in which to research and achieve their learning objective. Thorough lesson plan. Two thumbs up!