5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- F.F. C.O.N
- Light Energy
- Solar Arc
- Oceanic Circulation
- a This is an acronym for (F)ossil (F)uel - (C)oal, (O)il,
- b A form of energy that travels through space and can be seen by the human eye.
- c The ability to do work or cause change.
- d the apparent path of the Sun across the sky
- e The large scale movement of waters in the ocean basins. Winds drive surface circulation, and the cooling and sinking of waters in the polar regions drive deep circulation.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The amount of mass in a given space.
- Measure, Allows you to collect accurate data
- A tool for observing distant objects.
- Light rays bouncing off the surface of an object.
- A summary that states if your hypothesis was correct or incorrect and what the investigation showed, based on observations and data. .
5 True/False Questions
Axis → An imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and its North and South Poles
Compaction → closely packed together; dense
Habitat → A place in an ecosystem where a population lives
Fossil Fuel → Fuels formed millions of years ago from the remains of dead plants and animals, including coal, oil, and natural gas. (Can be remembered by using F.F. C.O.N. = Fossil Fuel Coal, Oil, Natural Gas)
Carbon Dioxide → A gas produced by animals during respiration that plants use to make food, water, and oxygen