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Agree or Disagree – Weather Misconceptions

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Agree or Disagree?

Originally developed by Debbie Myers, Teaching Fellow, Durham University and
AstraZeneca Primary Science College member.

  1. Cards to generate discussion and to identify students’ misconceptions about the weather.
  2. Cut out the cards and ask the students to place them on a Agree/Unsure/Disagree Continuum.
  3. Suggested answers available below. As an extension exercise, students could be asked to look up evidence to support their answers, particularly for the ‘unsure’ cards. The quality and reliability of sources could also be discussed.

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