Fourth Grade Unit 2

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2. How do water cycle processes change water?
  a. This means I can show locations of water.
    Subject Title Series
Locations Floods Water
Locations Geographical Features: Bodies of Water Earth Science Collection Intermediate
Locations Let's Explore: Down By the Water Let's Explore
Locations Water Supply Water
b. This means I can compare evaporation and condensation.
  Subject Title Series
Evaporation/ Condensation Magic School Bus Wet All Over Magic School Bus
Evaporation/ Condensation Water's Cycle Water
Evaporation/ Condensation Weather Around Us
Heat Energy All About Heat Energy for Children
Heat Energy All About the Sun Space Science for Children
Heat Energy All About Waves Physical Science for Children
Heat Energy Convection of Heat Eureka
Heat Energy Energy Elementary Science
Heat Energy Energy Bill Nye the Science Guy
Heat Energy Energy Resources Natural Resources
Heat Energy Energy Resources: Use and Conservation Energy in Action
Heat Energy Heat Bill Nye the Science Guy
Heat Energy Heat Bill Nye the Science Guy
Heat Energy Heat and Chemical Energy Energy in Action
Heat Energy Heat Transfer Mr. Wizard's World
Heat Energy Heat, Wind and Pressure Weather Smart
Heat Energy Heat/Energy Bill Nye the Science Guy
Heat Energy How Does Heat Change Material? Science Essentials: Heat
Heat Energy How Does Heat Travel? Science Essentials: Heat
Heat Energy Magic School Bus Getting Energized Magic School Bus
Heat Energy Natural Resources Earth Science in Action
Heat Energy Sources and Uses of Heat Science Essentials: Heat
Heat Energy Steam Power Way Things Work
Heat Energy Storms Bill Nye the Science Guy
Heat Energy The Sky Above A First Look
Heat Energy The Sun Space for the Juniors
Heat Energy The Transfer of Energy Energy in Action
Heat Energy What is Energy? Energy for Children
Heat Energy What is Heat? Science Essentials: Heat
c. This means I can describe the water cycle.
  Subject Title Series
Water Cycle All About the Water Cycle Earth Science for Children
Water Cycle Climate, Water and Living Patterns Geography Basics
Water Cycle Clouds Weather Fundamentals
Water Cycle Floods, Fronts and the Water Cycle Earth in the Universe
Water Cycle Human Usage of Water: Taps and Toilets Water Works
Water Cycle Importance of Water Earth Science Collection Primary
Water Cycle Magic School Bus Catches a Wave Magic School Bus
Water Cycle Magic School Bus Wet All Over Magic School Bus
Water Cycle Rain: A First Film A First Film
Water Cycle Rain and Snow Weather Fundamentals
Water Cycle Severe Weather: Temperature, Motion and Moisture Earth in the Universe
Water Cycle States of Matter Science Clips for Students
Water Cycle Storms
Water Cycle The Water Cycle Earth Science Collection Intermediate
Water Cycle The Water Cycle Earth Science in Action
Water Cycle The Water Cycle
Water Cycle Water A First Look
Water Cycle Water and Life On Earth Earth in the Universe
Water Cycle Water and Weather Nature Knows Best
Water Cycle Water Cycle Bill Nye the Science Guy
Water Cycle Water Cycle and Clouds Weather Smart
Water Cycle Water Cycle/Oceanography Bill Nye the Science Guy
Water Cycle Water Cycle: Go With the Flow 3-2-1 Classroom Contact
Water Cycle Water Supply Water
Water Cycle Water's Cycle Water
Water Cycle Weather Wonder Why I
Water Cycle Weather Around Us
Water Cycle When It Rains Planet Earth
d. This means I can write an opinion paper about conserving water.
  Subject Title Series
Conservation All About the Conservation of Energy Energy for Children
Conservation Conservation Green Matters, What in the World is Going On?
Conservation Conservation: Energy and Matter Starfinder
Conservation Desert Life: Desert Giant: The World of the Saguaro Cactus/Alejandro's Gift Reading Rainbow Favorites
Conservation Energy Resources: Use and Conservation Energy in Action
Conservation Schoolhouse Rock! Earth Schoolhouse Rock! Classroom Edition
Conservation Taking Care of Our Earth Earth Science Collection Primary
Conservation User's Guide to Planet Earth: American Environment Test
Conservation Water Quality Environmental Science for Students
Conservation Water Supply Water
Conservation Water: A Global Issue World Geography
Conservation What's A Natural Resource?
3. What impact does weather have on environment and people?
  b. This means I can understand Utah's environment and weather.
    Subject Title Series
Utah's Weather Utah's Weather Wonders: A Survival Guide That Can Save Your Life
c. This means I can predict the weather using tools of a meteorologist.
  Subject Title Series
Forecasting Changing Weather Planet Earth
Forecasting Forecasting and Weather Instruments Weather Smart
Forecasting Global Forecasting Atmospheric Science
Forecasting Hurricane Ever-Changing Earth for Students
Forecasting Tsunami Ever-Changing Earth for Students
Forecasting Weather
Meteorology All About Meteorology Weather for Children
Meteorology Animated Atlas of the World
Meteorology Atmosphere and Meteorology Ever-Changing Earth for Students
Meteorology Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain Reading Rainbow Science
Meteorology Clouds Weather Fundamentals
Meteorology Computerized Weather Forecasting and Firefighting Inventions for Students
Meteorology Investigating Weather
Meteorology Magic School Bus Kicks Up a Storm Magic School Bus
Meteorology Meteorology Weather Fundamentals
Meteorology Meteorology: The Mystery of the Wind The Wonders of the Earth Science
Meteorology Rain: A First Film First Film
Meteorology Storms
Meteorology Weather Wonder Why I
Meteorology Weather A First Look
Meteorology Weather Weather Smart
Meteorology Weather: A Film for Beginners
d. This means I can compare severe weather to normal weather.
  Subject Title Series
Severe Weather Come a Tide Reading Rainbow Science
Severe Weather Hurricanes and Tornadoes Weather Fundamentals
Severe Weather Investigating Weather
Severe Weather Natural Disasters Eyewitness
Severe Weather Severe Weather: Temperature, Motion and Moisture Earth in the Universe
Severe Weather Storms: An Introduction
Severe Weather Tornadoes Weather Smart
Severe Weather Weather on the Move
4. How can literature expand an understanding of nature and geography?
  a. This means I can read and write narrative texts.
    Subject Title Series
Geography Across the Great Divide Great Northern Wilderness
Geography Africa Physical Geography of the Continent
Geography Asia Physical Geography of the Continent
Geography California U.S. Geography for Children
Geography East Asia: Land and Resources Geography of the World
Geography Europe Physical Geography of the Continent
Geography Florida U.S. Geography for Children
Geography Geographic Perspectives: The United States of America Geography for Students
Geography Geographical Features: Landforms Earth Science Collection Intermediate
Geography Landforms and Living Patterns
Geography Learning About Geography: Landforms Earth Science Collection Primary
Geography Michigan U.S. Geography for Children
Geography Middle East and Central Asia: Land and Resources Geography of the World
Geography Mountain Region United States Regions
Geography New York U.S. Geography for Children
Geography New Zealand: islands of Adventure Video Visits - South Pacific Collection
Geography North Africa/Southwest Asia Global Geography
Geography Physical Systems Geography for Students
Geography Places and Regions Geography for Students
Geography South America Physical Geography of the Continent
Geography State Capitals U.S. Geography for Children
Geography Texas U.S. Geography for Children
Geography The Greek Spirit Rand McNally Video Traveler Collection
Geography The Midwest U.S. Geography for Children
Geography The Northeast U.S. Geography for Children
Geography The Southeast U.S. Geography for Children
Geography The Southwest U.S. Geography for Children
Geography The United States U.S. Geography for Children
Geography The West U.S. Geography for Children
Geography U.S. Commonwealths and Territories U.S. Geography for Children
Geography Utah Centennial: Utah… This is the Place!
Geography Water: A Global Issue World Geography
Geography Wonders of Nature Reader's Digest Great Wonders of the World
Geography World's Amazing Wonders Rand McNally Video Traveler Collection
Geography World's Magnificent Wonders Rand McNally Video Traveler Collection
b. This means I can compare different types of text and evaluate them.
  Subject Title Series
Snowflake Bentley
c. This means I can read and write about Utah's geography.
  Subject Title Series
Geography of Utah Climate, Soil and Vegetation of Utah
Geography of Utah Contemporary Mining and Energy Resources in Utah Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Early History and Planning in Utah Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Experience Utah!
Geography of Utah Geography of Religion Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Geography of Utah Native Americans Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Ghost Town
Geography of Utah Great Salt Lake Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Great Salt Lake: America's Dead Sea
Geography of Utah Hitting Pay Dirt
Geography of Utah Inside Out: The Story of the Towns of Bingham Canyon
Geography of Utah Jedediah Smith Utah Focus
Geography of Utah Mining in Utah the Early Period Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Planning and Settlement in Utah Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Small Towns Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah The West U.S. Geography for Children
Geography of Utah To Be A Pioneer
Geography of Utah Trappers and Traders
Geography of Utah Utah Agriculture, Part 1 and 2 Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Utah Landforms, Part 1 and 2 Geography of Utah
Geography of Utah Utah: A Portrait
Geography of Utah Utah's State Parks and Private Recreation Geography of Utah