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DO or DOES. Try these exercises

EXERCISE 1

DO DOES

COMPLETE THE EXERCISES

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

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Posted by on 30 September, 2014 in 4EP

 

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ATMOSPHERE POSTERS. 4ºEP

This is the excellent job you are doing with your class projects and posters to study the Atmosphere in this first lesson.

Good job! But you have to improve the presentation and exposition for next lesson.

 
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Posted by on 30 September, 2014 in 4EP

 

LESSON DIAGRAM. The Atmosphere and the weather. 4ºEP

lesson 1. 4º EP.ATMOSPHERE

 
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Posted by on 26 September, 2014 in ATMOSPHERE, Weather

 

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INFORMACIÓN PADRES 3º E.P. Unit 1 Natural and Social Sciences

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SOCIAL SCIENCES

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NATURAL SCIENCES

 
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Posted by on 26 September, 2014 in 4EP

 

A student’s guide to Global Warming

Check the different activities to study the Global Warming

GLOBAL_CLIMATE_CHANGE

 
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Posted by on 25 September, 2014 in 4EP SCIENCE, Weather

 

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THE ATMOSPHERE. 4 EP. INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

TEMA 1. THE ATMOSPHERE

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Posted by on 22 September, 2014 in 4EP

 

Studying the weather!! 4th PE.

1- What’s the weather?

2- The weather forecast

3- Ultraviolet radiation index

 
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Posted by on 18 September, 2014 in --, 4EP, ATMOSPHERE

 

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Studying the weather

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This is the map for tomorrow. What can you see??

 
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Posted by on 18 September, 2014 in movement, Weather

 

WEATHER ELEMENTS

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Posted by on 18 September, 2014 in Weather

 

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AURORA BOREALIS.

INFORMATION FROM WIKIPEDIA
An aurora is a natural light display in the sky (from the Latin word aurora, “sunrise” or the Roman goddess of dawn), especially in the high latitude (Arctic and Antarctic) regions, caused by the collision of solar wind and magnetospheric charged particles with the high altitude atmosphere (thermosphere). Most auroras occur in a band known as the auroral zone, which is typically 3° to 6° wide in latitude and observed at 10° to 20° from the geomagnetic poles at all local times (or longitudes), but often most vividly around the spring and autumn equinoxes. The charged particles and solar wind are directed into the atmosphere by the Earth’s magnetosphere. A geomagnetic storm expands the auroral zone to lower latitudes.

 
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Posted by on 17 September, 2014 in 4EP

 

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