In Art class we will use SketchbookX to create a value landscape of the Appalachian Mountains, showing the atmospheric effects that can occur. Next we will pose in front of the green screen. Finally we will use Superimpose to layer the two pictures. Make your picture one value darker than your last layer.
You have taken pictures with the iPads of erosion in our outside environment and uploaded to Google Drive. Today we will create a new document and use Google Draw to annotate the pictures. Also, type a paragraph about the process of erosion under the inserted drawing.
As part of your Rocks and Minerals unit, you are learning about weathering and erosion. Today you will watch the Brainpop,jr. movie clip on this topic by clicking on the picture below.
Answer the questions in the Talk About It activity. Then play Shape-It-Up, a game on erosion.
We will continue reviewing key science concepts today, focusing on slow land changes.
1. Watch the Brainpop,jr. movie clip by clicking on the picture below.
2. Download the science prompt, The Surface of Earth is Always Changing, and answer and print your response. Put your name and date in the header area of the page.
3. Play Shape-It-Up, a game on erosion.
4. If time allows watch the Mountains Brainpop movie clip.