Watch the video and have students answer the questions about Earth's cryosphere.
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Examine the images to see the projected differences in land use between 1900 and 2100.
Students will analyze a pie chart (circle graph) showing the distribution of different parts of the Earth system the in absorption and reflection of energy.
In this mini lesson, students analyze a bar graph showing the relative forcings from natural and human factors that affect Earth's climate. They use information from this graph to assess the relative importance of these factors.
Students watch a video introducing the concept of albedo and answer questions.
Students watch a video explaining albedo and its impact on Earth. The video shows visualizations of albedo across Earth and how it can change. Students will interpret the images in the video and answer questions about albedo.
Students analyze a graph that illustrates the change in global surface temperature relative to 1951-1980 average temperatures.
Students will review the NASA Space Place video, "Tectonic Forces", and answer questions about tectonic plates.
Interpret the map, or model, to find patterns in the occurrence of tropical cyclones from 1842 through 2018.
This page explains the purpose of mini lessons in My NASA Data and how they can be incorporated into instruction and support learning.