Hi, My name is Mr. Green. Please join me as I travel to Churchill Canada to study Climate Change.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Student Assignment #1: 5 Discoveries

Here are some questions and ideas to think about during this unit. ASSIGNMENT #1: Write these question AND answers into your Journal for Tuesday, Sept. 8.

1. Where is the Hudson Bay located?
2. What is the time difference compared to where you are in Georgia?

3. What is the current temperature in Churchill today?... (be sure to use Fahrenheit AND celius since that is what the Canadians use!)(www.weather.com)

4. Churchill is famous for being the home of TWO famous large mammals... what are they?

5. Either draw a sketch or print a small photo in your journal of these 2 mammals.

WAY TO GO! (I'll be checking your journals you guys!)

Use some of these sites to find our more information.
Google Earth (a great way to zoom in closer!)
Google Maps
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Churchill,_Manitoba
http://www.churchill.ca/

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Pre Departure Entry 1



Greetings from Pope High School in Marietta, Georgia!

It is hard to believe I am preparing to depart for the Arctic in just a few days. Things are starting to come together as I pack my bags and begin to prepare lesson plans for my awesome students here. I look forward to meeting my fellow educator colleagues as we work together to gather data for this Earthwatch Expedition, Climate Change at the Arctic's Edge. We will be stationed in Churchill, Manitoba. (See map)

Altho I've worked on 4 previous international teacher assignments, this will be my first as an Earthwatch volunteer! I promise to try and keep my blog active and rousing!! I look forward to hearing from my students who I know will pose interesting questions and observations... STAY TUNED! September 5 departure date is approaching!!

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

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