AL.3. Earth and Space Science - Students will:
3.11. Describe Earth's layers, including inner and outer cores, mantle, and crust.
3.11.a. Classifying rocks and minerals by characteristics, including streak, color, hardness, magnetism, luster, and texture
3.12. Identify conditions that result in specific weather phenomena, including thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes.
3.12.b. Identifying positive and negative effects of weather phenomena. Examples: positive - flooding deposits good soil when waters recede, negative - flooding kills crops
3.12.c. Identifying technology used to record and predict weather, including thermometers, barometers, rain gauges, anemometers, and satellites
3.12.d. Explaining symbols shown on a weather map
3.12.e. Organizing weather data into tables or charts