What is one thing that you learned from the video on the teen brain that you learned that you think is important for other people to know, and why do you think they should know it?
Sometimes people say that the United States shouldn’t spend money on space exploration when we have so many problems in our country that the money could be used for. Based on what you’ve learned about solar storms do you think this would be a worthwhile issue to spend money on, knowing that if we spend it on studying solar storms that means we can’t spend it on other things? Why or why not? Answer in at least two complete sentences.
What does air pressure have to do with weather?
How does it make you feel when you read about the disparities (differences) between groups when it comes to the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths? Dig down a little bit and write at least three sentences.
What are three things that you really appreciate about your friends OR family?
How has COVID-19 impacted you or your family? How has COVID-19 impacted your community? (These are the last questions on the Peardeck slide show. If you have answered on there just copy your answers on to here. If you haven’t answered on the slide answering on here will count for both.)
Welcome to High School Health class! This class tends to be interesting, fun, and relevant to the lives of many teenagers. Of the following topics, which one are you most interested in learning about?
- mental health
- the teen brain
Image: National Park Service
Why is there a rain forest in the Pacific Northwest of the United States? Write a paragraph (at least three sentences) in your own words describing how the regional climate of the Pacific Northwest is affected by factors that include the Cascade Mountains, location near the Pacific Ocean, and the jet stream.
Image: Amnesty International
Do you think the claim by indigenous peoples of the Arctic that climate change is a human rights abuse is a valid claim?
Based on the handout “Impacts of Climate Change” what would you predict would be two or three effects that we may see here in northern Minnesota if the global temperature keeps rising?