Seasons

Posted: September 30, 2010 by orlandoayli in general, Pupil, Schoolwork, TF
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The order of the seasons on a calendar is winter spring summer autumn.

The earth’s tilt in relation to the sun is what causes the seasons to changes

It is hot where you live during the summer because your part of the world is receiving direct sunlight.

The equator separates the northern and southern hemispheres

When the northern hemisphere is experiencing winter the southern hemisphere is experiencing summer

It is cold in the winter because your part of the world is receiving angled sunlight

The equator stays about the same temperature all year long

north and south poles have 2 seasons

Summer is characterised by long hours of daylight

In the Arctic circle during summer you would find almost 24 hours of daylight

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  1. evelinasec says:

    You have worked very hard at this TF. I am so impressed at the way you have overcome the various technical difficulties to post your pictures and text. Well done.

    What would you like to try next?

    I’m thinking that you might make a short video using a flip camera.

    🙂 🙂

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