117 TASKS Run through several landscape paintings. Have students use their cloud viewer or cloud identification guide to help identify the cloud types in a piece of art, record their answer, and then flip to the next slide which gives the answer. For each painting, ask students to notice what the weather looks like, the colors that the artist used to paint the clouds, and the types of brushstrokes. Prompt students to use adjectives to describe what the clouds look like. GOAL OF TASKS Students learn to notice and describe clouds in the atmosphere in order to identify cloud types. TEACHING METHODS: (creative-problem solving, resource-based learning, inquiry-based learning, setting small groups, teamwork, experiential learning) Experiential learning. CONSOLIDATION STAGE APPROACH/METHOD (discussion, argumentative debate, role-playing …) Discussion on the different clouds type and the criteria that scientist use in order to distinguish cloud’s categories. EXPECTED RESULTS Students will understand the different cloud types and be able to extract meteorological information from paintings representing landscape. ASSESSMENT Recognition of different cloud types. EVALUATION Show to class a painting that depict a landscape and ask the students to comment on the weather conditions and other climate evidences extracted from the details of the painting (orientation, session etc). INNOVADE