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Motivation

“4 PICS
1 WORD”
Layers of the
Atmosphere
BY: SITTIE ASNILE M. MALACO, LPT
What is Atmosphere?
is the blanket of gases
which surrounds the
Earth.
Gas Composition of the
Atmosphere Carbon Dioxide –
Traces of
Gases - 0.03%

0.04%
Argon – 0.09%

Nitrogen — 78 percent

Oxygen — 21 percent

Nitrogen 78% Argon — 0.93 percent


Oxygen – 21%
Carbon dioxide — 0.04
percent
Traces of Gases - 0.03%

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What are the
2 main gas
components of 01

Atmosphere? 02
2 main gas components of
Atmosphere.
01
Nitrogen
78%
02
Oxygen
21%
What are the 5
Layers of
Atmosphere?
Troposphere

Stratosphere
Mesosphere
Thermosphere

Exosphere
Developmental
Activity
GROUP ACTIVITY RUBRIC
CONTENT PRESENTATION TEAMWORK TOTAL

Thoroughly Makes a Teamwork – Each


covers each genuine effort to member of the
aspect of the present group is actively
and effectively
question participating 100%
40% 35% 25%
Troposphere
• Lowest atmospheric area
• Is where the weather occurs
• The highest peak in the world which is the
Mount Everest also seats on this layer.
Stratosphere
• Where you will find the
jets and aero planes flying around
• Free of all weather disturbances
• Ozone layers is also found here.
Mesosphere
• is where meteors and other rock fragments burn
up.
Thermosphere
• is where auroras are found.
• Space shuttle can be seen in this layer. Sun's energy is
so strong at this level, having 50,000 volts that is why
we have radio signals because of this layer.
Exosphere
• is the outermost layer and extends through space.
• It is where the satellites are stationed.
(Mnemonics) -

Tough Super Man Treats Elsa

- Mesosphere

Exosphere
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and add a unique zing.
What do you think is the basis for
the division of our atmosphere?
The basis for the division
of our atmosphere is

Temperature Variation
Relationship between
Altitude and Temperature
Altitude
• is the height of an
object above the
surface of the Earth
(used for height of an
object such as planes)
Troposphere – 0 to 16 km,
temperature decreasing with Inversely Proportional
height.
Stratosphere – 16 to 50 km, Directly Proportional
temperature increasing with
height.
Inversely Proportional
Mesosphere – 50 to 80
km, temperature decreasing
with height.
Thermosphere– 80 to 640 km, Directly Proportional
temperature increasing with height.
Exosphere – 640 +,
temperature is increasing Directly Proportional
with height
Human Activities Negative Effects
• Effects of human
activities on our Burning of fossil fuels
Releases carbon dioxide
into the air which warms

atmosphere (coal, oil, etc) the planet, adding to


Global warming

Destroying marine life


Water Pollution that is essential for life in
the oceans.

Destroys ecosystems
and land quality while
Land Pollution
animals confuse waste
for food and get sick

Less trees to absorb


Deforestation carbon dioxide in the
atmosphere
Quiz
Mechanics: Bowl
Before a question is read, each group must raise the
pen. I will say “GO” when the timer starts and only
then the team be allowed to write the answer.
When you hear the word “STOP” the team should
STOP writing and raise their answer sheet.
What layer of the atmosphere
where humans live and Weather
activity also occurs in this layer?
-3pts

A. Stratosphere
C. Troposphere
B. Thermosphere
What layer of the atmosphere
where humans live and Weather
activity also occurs in this layer?

A. Stratosphere
C. Troposphere
B. Thermosphere
The layer of the atmosphere
where meteors and rock
fragments melt? – 3pts

A. Mesosphere
C. Exosphere
B. Thermosphere
The layer of the atmosphere
where meteors and rock
fragments melt?

A. Mesosphere
C. Exosphere
B. Thermosphere
What layer of the atmosphere
where temperature decreasing
with height? – 3pts

A. Troposphere/Mesosphere
C. Mesosphere/Exosphere
B. Thermosphere/
Stratosphere
What layer of the atmosphere
where temperature
decreasing with height?

A. Troposphere/
Mesosphere C. Mesosphere/Exosphere
B. Thermosphere/
Stratosphere
Which of the following is
seen in the Thermosphere?
- 3pts?

A. Airplane
C. Ozone Layer

B. Aurora
Which of the following is
seen in the Thermosphere?

A. Airplane
C. Ozone Layer

B. Aurora
What is the term used to describe
the gradual increase in the
average temperature of the
Earth's atmosphere, a change
that is believed to be permanently
changing the Earth’s climate?
– 3pts
GL_BAL W_RM_NG
What is the term used to describe
the gradual increase in the
average temperature of the
Earth's atmosphere, a change
that is believed to be permanently
changing the Earth’s climate?
Assignment