Thursday, 18 January 2018

Climate graphs

To work in class and at home.
It is necessary make this climate graphs and explain it.

Analyse the climograp.

1. What are temperatures like? Analyse: Whes is it the maximum-minimum temperature, the averages of temperatures,  the diference betwen the highest and the lowest temperatures.

2.  and precipitation? The total  rain, when fall, number ot months with rain and without aridity?

3. What type of climate is shown?
4. Which vegetation is characteristic of this climate?

Monday, 15 January 2018

Vocabulary .Unit 5

  • You have to explain the meaning of these words  in english;
You need to know these words and their meanings for the next exam. I´m going to ask you.

Sandy desert
Rocky desert
Stony desert
Mediterranean landscapes
Desert landscapes
Alpine Landscapes
Emergent tree
Polar landscapes
Oceanic landscapes
Mountain landscapes
Continental landscapes
Deciduous forest
Coniferous forest

Journay into the Amazonia

Talk with Tatiana

  1. Where is the Amazonia ?
  2. What kind of climate and landscape are there in the Amazonia?
  3. What are the different part in the Amazonia forest?
  4. What kind of animal are there in the Amazonia´s Big Top?
  5. What kind of animal are there in the Amazonia´s land?
  6. What kind of animal are there in theAmazonia´s waterworlds?
  7. What is an Agouti ?
  8. and what is a Capybara?

Play the Game: Here

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Describing Landscapes

    1. Describing these landscapes
    2. What difference can you see between them?
    3. Why are the landscapes so different?
    4. What difficulties would there be for people living in these environments?
    5. What are the name of these landscapes.
    6. Where are they in the world?
    7. Would you like to live in them?

    Talk and explain  to Ross and send me the answers of these activities by E-mail

    Monday, 8 January 2018

    Interpreting a weather map

    Today's weather forecast map for Europe
    Metereologits make weather maps with data sent by satellites. A weather map usually includes information about atmospheric pressure at sea level.
    • Isobars are the lines connecting points of equal pressure
    • The H indicates high pressure
    • The L indicates low pressure
    • Fronts are drawn with jagged line
    • Wind sometimes are represented by arrow.
    • The closer the isobars are to each other, the stronger the wind are.
    Explain what the following represent.
    • The lines
    • the letters H and L
    • The jagged lines
    Describe what the weather will be like
    • In hight pressure areas
    • In low pressure areas
    • In areas affected by a front

    How to read a synoptic chart

    After the video make a brief summary. Send me your ideas