We looked over the results of survey about smog
Here are two accurate answers from students in our block;
The second task was to watch a brainpop video about the thinning of the ozone layer.
It answered a few the questions we are supposed to answer in our essays;
What is causing the problem?
Answer: The release of CFCs, used in refrigerators and other household things, take a few years to get up to the part where the ozone is, the stratosphere. Once the CFC's reach the stratosphere, the radiations from the sun triggers a series of reactions that causes ozone to break down.
What are people doing to solve the problem?
Answer: Many nations came to an agreement that they will control the use of CFCs.
The third task was to create a class essay outline.
The main step, was step number seven.
There were a few colored leaves per book. We had to access a document called Atmospheric Problems Block 1. This is the key to what each leaf meant.
Here's an example of each colored leaf;
(Yellow = Air pollution.) An example of a question for air pollution was; Describe how air pollution is being reduced.
(Red = Global climate change.) Lastly, an example of a question for a global climate change question was; Summarize CO2 level over the last 650,000 years. Describe current CO2 level.
After reading the question and writing it down next to the box that said our name, we had to answer the question by reading the page in which the leaf was pinned on. After reading and answering the question in a 1 to 2 sentences answer, we had to go to easybib to cite the book we had read.
And here are two examples of what it should look like in the end;