1.Warm up: pg 159 #40-53 all (work with a partner)
2. Review Chapter 3 midterm
Homework: pg 158 #1-39 odd 55-58 all Due Wednesday
1. Research a "Weather Folklore" below and find out it's origin. What is a better way of tracking weather?
A Sample of Weather Folklore
◦ Red sky at night, sailors delight. Red sky in the morning, sailors take warning.
◦ The louder the frog, the more the rain.
◦ A sunny shower won't last an hour.
◦ When doors and windows stick, it will probably rain.
◦ A wind from the south has rain in its mouth.
◦ Haloes around the sun or moon indicate a rain or snow real soon.
◦ When a cow endeavors to scratch his ear, it means a rain shower is very near. When he thumps his ribs with an angry tail, look out for thunder, lightning and hail.
◦ Crickets are accurate thermometers; they chirp faster when warm and slower when cold.
◦ High clouds indicate fine weather will prevail; lower clouds mean rain.
◦ When clouds look like rocks and towers, the Earth will be refreshed by showers.
2. Research different El Nino news articles or videos. Research both Hawaii and world related.
3. Make a K W L chart with the class.
Homework: El Nino News Article: Find a news article from within 31 days about El Nino. (The more local, the better.) Then write a one paragraph summary and cite the article. Share with a family member and make sure that they sign it.
Due next Tuesday
1. Scholastic Rates and Ratio assignment. Please do on a separate piece of paper to turn in.
Homework: 3-6 Study Guide and Intervention Due Friday
Thursday: At Lahainaluna High School
Warm-up: pg 164 #53-65 odd
Homework: 3-7 pg 162 #1-51 odd; practice quiz #1-10 all Due Monday