1. When Ethan took these video clips he was alone in the gym. He was holding his own iPhone taking the video as he was throwing the basketball. As indicated in the video these selfies are unedited and being the only one in the gym, no one else could possibly shoot the baskets for him.

    So, how do you think Ethan was able to make these shots having his back to the basket? Test your theory, try it yourself!

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  2. This video was taken near Woodward in northwest Oklahoma. It is being used as a video artifact in an ALCA curriculum activity focusing on "visual data". That is, what can you record or document about the location, time of season, weather conditions, and more. It's all about attention to detail in making observations!

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  3. This video was created in the Oklahoma Climatological Survey's WeatherScope program. It visualizes a weather front traveling east across Oklahoma during a 15 hour period. It includes rainfall amounts to the left of the OCS's Mesonet sites spread across the state. It also shows air temperatures (in red) to the right of the site's locations. The temperature is recorded 1.5 m above the earth's surface.

    Question: Toward the end of the video, explain the atmospheric flow in the Texas Panhandle. What is causing it?

    # vimeo.com/145921519 Uploaded 12 Plays 0 Comments

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