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The purpose of this module is to introduce a number of cloud classifications, different types of precipitation, and the mechanisms responsible for producing them. The Clouds and Precipitation module has been organized into the following sections:
I am a student assigned to contribute a member comment. I have spent about twenty minutes browsing Clouds and Precipitation. I found the information to be educationally significant, as it follows NYS standards. It was a fun way to introduce clouds that could be used with upper elementary and older students. It gave a definition of clouds, told about the development, types and precipitation. It was information that could be given on paper, however, the site provides useful links.
The site used was very easy to follow. When I clicked the link I went directly to the information it said it would. The site also had an easy to follow directory on the left hand side and could be used for additional lessons on weather.