Air Conditions of Different Types of Breezes


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If a breeze is called a sea breeze, what can you assume?

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1. Which is the best answer for how breezes blow?

2. What type of breeze forms when the land cools faster than the ocean?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Breezes come in many different forms, which you can use this quiz and printable worksheet to test yourself on. Quiz questions will examine mountain and sea breezes, formation conditions of breezes and the way breezes move.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In this quiz, practice questions will inquire about:

  • Mountain breeze
  • How breezes blow
  • Sea breeze
  • Types of breeze based on formation conditions

Skills Practiced

Students will exemplify the following skills in these guides:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson about types of breezes
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about specific types of breezes, such as sea breeze and mountain breeze
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding formation conditions of breezes and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Continue learning about breezes by reviewing the related lesson entitled Air Conditions of Different Types of Breezes. Objectives of this lesson include the following:

  • Define the four different types of breezes mentioned in the lesson
  • Understand how a breeze is formed and how these conditions affect the type of breeze
  • Know the directions that types of breezes flow
  • Relate your knowledge of breezes to real life encounters