Sections of this book can be used to supplement CTS Sections I and II. The book provides an overview and description of a full range of models used in earth and space science, including similes, analogies, metaphors, physical models, mathematical models, and computer models. It also includes suggestions for incorporating the use of models into inquiry=based instruction and the nature of science.
Gilbert, S. and Ireton, S. (2003). Understanding Models in Earth and Space Science. Arlington, VA: NSTA Press. Available through the NSTA Bookstore at nsta.org