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Whirling, Swirling Air Pollution

Intermediate
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  • Environment
  • Resources
  • sustainability
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Resource Type
Experiment
Subjects
Earth Science
Topics
Climate Change Ecosystems Health
Time for activity
45 - 60 Minutes

In this activity students get a sense of the many ways in which daily
activities use natural resources and contribute to air pollution.

Sience S
Technology T
Engineering E
Mathematics M

Related

Sustainable Development Goals

Introduction

In this activity students get a sense of the many ways in which daily
activities use natural resources and contribute to air pollution.

Key Objectives
  1. Students learn how daily activities contribute to air pollution.
  2. Students use a simple model to investigate air pollution.
Guiding Questions
  1. What is the air feel like if we stand on a beach, what is the air like if we are standing on top of a mountain, or in a forest? What is the air like if we are standing in a big city, near a factory? What is different in the air, where do these things come from? Are they aproblem? Why?

Authors

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Planetarium Science Center