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Polar Chill

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As part of the LPS Matrix approach, we discussed our prior knowledge, discussed what we would like to learn about, created questions to explore and identified skills we would need to use throughout the topic.

 

Here are the questions we created: 

 

  1. Who were the first explorers to travel to the polar regions?
  2. How quickly are the icecaps melting? What affect will this have?
  3. What animals live in the polar regions? How do they survive?
  4. Is there any evidence of pre-historic life in the polar regions?
  5. How are icebergs formed?
    1. Where do they go?
    2. How big are they?
  6. What plants grow in the polar regions?
    1. How do they survive?
    2. Do these plants grow anywhere else?
  7. Have the polar regions always been cold?
  8. Are there volcanos in the polar regions?
  9. What animals live in the polar regions?
    1. How do they survive?
    2. Do these animals live anywhere else?
    3. Are there any that have become extinct?
  10. Have the polar regions been affected by a natural disaster?
  11. How have animals adapted to live in the cold? For example, why do harp seals have human hands?
  12. What is the weather like in the polar regions?
  13. Has there ever been any other polar regions?
  14. What people live in the polar regions?
    1. How do they survive?
    2. How do snowshoes help them travel?
  15. What makes the polar regions dangerous?
  16. How big are the polar regions?
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