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Tides

The cyclic movement of the ocean

A person should go out on the water on a fine day to a small distance from a beautiful coast,
if he would see Nature really smile. 
Never does she look so delightful,
as when the sun is brightly reflected by the water,
while the waves are gently rippling,
and the prospect receives life and animation from the glancing transit of an occasional row-boat,
and the quieter motion of a few small vessels. 
But the land must be well in sight;
not only for its own sake,
but because the immensity and awfulness of a mere sea-view would ill accord with the other parts of the glittering and joyous scene. 

Augustus William Hare and Julius Charles Hare

 
Hands-on Lessons, Labs, & Activities
  Tidewheel - manipulative from NOAA - white background
  Tidewheel - manipulative from NOAA - dark background
  Graphing Tides and Moons - discover the relationship between
    tides and lunar phases
    Student Instructions
    Data Set
    Graph, page 1 (tape to page 2)
    Graph, page 2 (tape to page 1)
Multimedia and Online Resources
  Virtual Lab from Glencoe - How are the tides affected by the
    phases of the moon?
  What Causes Tides? - In this animated interactive from NOVA,
    see how the motion of the Earth creates inertial forces that
    combine with the gravity of the moon and sun to produce ocean
    tides on our planet.
  Tidal Bulge Simulation - Shows how the sun, moon, and earth's
    rotation combine to create tides.
  Earth's Tides from National Geographic
Review, Reinforcement, and Assessment Lessons and Activities
  RAFT Writing Activity
  3D/Interactive Graphic Organizer - tides
  Ocean Motion Graphic Organizer
  Ocean Warm-up PowerPoint

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Warm-up questions
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  organizers
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