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Assignment: Exploring Sea Level Rise

The oceans and the atmosphere are intricately connected and each one affects the other. One way they are connected is through the relationship between global warming and melting of sea ice and the polar ice sheets. This activity will help you visualize how the melting of sea ice and polar ice can affect global sea levels. Use the following interactive to complete the procedures as described below.

Procedure:

  1. Add some ice cubes to the bowl labeled A.
  2. Place the flat rock in the bowl labeled B. Place some ice cubes on top of the rock. They should not be contacting the water.
  3. Mark the top of the water level in each bowl.
  4. Wait for the ice to melt in each case and observe the water levels in the two bowls. Record your results.

In a brief essay or podcast, explain the answers to the following questions. Base your answers on what you learned in the activity above.

  1. How do you think the melting of polar ice in its various forms will effect the sea level?
  2. Will melting sea ice change the water level? Why or why not?
  3. Will?polar?ice?sheet?melting?change?the?water?level??Why?or?why?not?


Check the grading rubrics below in the attachment for more information on how this assignment will be graded.


Assignment: Exploring Sea Level Rise Rubric High Grades (88?100% of maximum points) High scoring students will do the following: How do you think the Student accurately and in melting of polar ice in detail explains how the its various forms will melting of polar ice will affect affect the sea level? sea level. 7 pts. max Score: Comments: Will melting sea ice Student accurately and in change the water detail explains why melting level? Why or why sea ice will or will not change not? the water level. 7 pts. max Score: Comments: Will polar ice sheet Student accurately and in melting change the detail explains why melting water level? Why or polar ice sheets will or will not why not? change the water level. 7 pts. Max Score: Comments: Writing or speaking is clear, Writing or Speaking 4 pts. Max focused, and organized with no errors in spelling, grammar or punctuation. Score: Comments: Middle Grades (76?87% of maximum points) Middle scoring students will do the following: Student accurately explains how the melting of polar ice will affect sea level. Some details may be missing. Low Grades (64?75% of maximum points) Low scoring students will do the following: Student may or may not accurately explain how the melting of polar ice will affect sea level. Details may or may not be missing. Student accurately explains why melting sea ice will or will not change the water level. Some details may be missing. Student may or may not accurately explain why melting sea ice will or will not change the water level. Details may or may not be missing. Student inaccurately and without detail explains why melting sea ice will or will not change the water level. Student accurately explains why melting polar ice sheets will or will not change the water level. Some details may be missing. Student may or may not accurately explain why melting polar ice sheets will or will not change the water level. Details may or may not be missing. Student inaccurately and without detail explains why melting polar ice sheets will or will not change the water level. Writing or speaking may or may not be clear, focused, and organized and may or may not have errors in spelling, grammar or punctuation. Writing or speaking is not clear, focused, or organized and includes errors in spelling, grammar or punctuation. Writing or speaking is clear, focused, and organized with few errors in spelling, grammar or punctuation. Unacceptable (0?63% of maximum points) Student inaccurately and without detail explains how the melting of polar ice will affect sea level. Total Score: Student Name:

 


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