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Introduction to Ozone Reading Activity

Summary:
This is a worksheet that leads students through a reading assignment on ozone. Materials:

Worksheets:

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Source:
Reading assignment from LEARN web site. Worksheet courtesy of Jennifer Bergman.
Grade level:
7 - 12
Time:
prep time: 5 minutes, class time: 20 minutes
Student Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will become familiar with ozone in the troposphere and how it is different from ozone in the stratosphere.
Lesson format:
Reading and writing activity

National Standards Addressed:

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Download and print the Introduction to Ozone Article. Make copies for your students. Or have students read article on-line.
  2. Have students read the article and fill out the accompanying worksheet.
  3. Use answer key below to grade student work or to have students check their work.

ASSESSMENT:

Please use this answer key to grade student work.

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Last modified May 20, 2004 by Jennifer Bergman.

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