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Dalat Weather Watchers 2011

Dalat Weather Watchers 2011

23 Apr 2011:
Grade 2 is ready to share their learning and weather data. They have observed weather daily over the past 2 weeks. This year their main focus is to be able to define weather terms. They have been able to measure temperature in and outside, determine wind direction and wind speed, identify cloud types and learnt how weather affects daily living.
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Weather Watch from Kherad School in Iran

Weather Watch from Kherad School in Iran

22 Dec 2009:
If you thought that Iran was always hot, have a look at the data sent in by the pupils of Kherad School in Tehran, Iran. Can you find out which day (days) they even had some rain. Finding the wind direction looks as if it was great fun for these pupils, they've even made their own weather vanes!   Photographs, art work, science, maths, poetry and music have all been...
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Weather Watch from Plockton School in Scotland

Weather Watch from Plockton School in Scotland

29 Nov 2009:
Here's the weather data for Plockton Primary School in Rosshire Scotland, which has just 60+ pupils. The school overlooks the Isle of Skye on the West Coast of Scotland. You can see it in the picture, behind the fishermens cottages. The headteacher...Mr Niall Mackinon writes: "We've got an official weather recording station just across the road. The  recorder there,...
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Dalat School Malaysia

Dalat School Malaysia

15 Nov 2009:
Dalat International School in Malaysia are busy recording the weather at their school for Phase 4 of the World Weather Watch project. They have put their IT skills to the test and uploaded all data to Weather Data tables and emailed it to be published to this Microsite.  Penang had warm weather for the past two weeks with rain almost every day. Take a look at some of the...
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Climate Change and WWWeather Watch

Climate Change and WWWeather Watch

11 Nov 2009:
Weather Watch (Phase 4) is running again from November 9th to 20th. Download the attached recording table and either upload your results to the World Weather project microsite or mail the result in...see attached. Why not have your pupil's thoughts about Climate Change published on the BBC World Class  site...see link BBC World Class is working with our partners the British...
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