WW2010
University of Illinois

WW2010
 
  welcome
 
> online guides
 
  archives
 
  educational cd-rom
 
  current weather
 
  about ww2010
 
  index

Online Guides
 
  introduction
 
  meteorology
 
  remote sensing
 
  reading maps
 
> projects, activities

Projects, Activities
 
  introduction
 
  open-ended projects
 
  classroom activities
 
> teacher guides

Teacher Guides
 
> introduction
 
  pressure
 
  air masses
 
  precipitation
 
  midlatitude cyclones
 
  universal time coord
 
  observation symbols
 
  weather symbols
 
  forecasting temps
 
  forecasting precip

User Interface
 
  graphics
> text

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[Image: teacher guide logo (48K)]
Graphic by: Steven E. Hall

Each student activity is accompanied by a corresponding teacher guide, which consists of text and image answers to the questions asked in each activity. Text answers are presented in red colored text, while images have been modified so that the answers clearly stand out.

Guides
Last Update: 07/12/97
Pressure

Air Masses

Precipitation Along Fronts

Midlatitude Cyclones

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)

Surface Observation Symbols

Current Weather Symbols

Forecasting Temperatures

Forecasting Precipitation

The navigation menu (left) for this module is called "Teacher Guides" and the menu items are arranged in a recommended sequence, beginning with this introduction. In addition, this entire web server is accessible in both "graphics" and "text"-based modes, a feature controlled from the blue "User Interface" menu (located beneath the black navigation menus). More information about the user interface options, the navigation system, or WW2010 in general is accessible from About This Server.



Classroom Activities
Terms for using data resources. CD-ROM available.
Credits and Acknowledgments for WW2010.
Department of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS) at
the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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