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DO NOW: Please take a piece of paper at the front.
Question 1: What is the thickest layer of the Earth? a) Mantle b) Crust c) Core
Question 2: Which layer is the thinnest? a) Mantle b) Crust c) Core
Question 3: Label the 4 layers of the earth from outmost – innermost.
Question 4: True/False There are two types of crust: oceanic and continental
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1.Which branch of Earth Science would study earthquakes? 2.Which branch of Earth Science would study hurricanes? 3.Which branch of Earth Science would.
Inside the Earth. Composition (What it is made of) Crust Mantle Core.
Starter – folder Powerpoint Do starters 1 & 3 with class.
Earth’s Layers Pages C6-11. Earth’s Layers Crust-where we walk Crust-where we walk Mantle-thickest layer, made mostly of solid rock Mantle-thickest layer,
Unit D Test Review Howard Middle School 6 th Grade Earth Science.
BIG QUESTIONS How do Geologists Learn about Earths interior?? What are the features of Earths Crust, Mantle, and Core??
Theory of Plate Tectonics Plate Tectonics Plate Boundaries Causes of Plate Tectonics.
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Rock Cycle. What is the Rock Cycle?! What is the Rock Cycle?!
What are the three Chemical layers of the Earth? Crust, mantle, core Each of these 3 layers is COMPOSED of same types of CHEMICALS Crust- Silica, Oxygen.
Primary Sources. Types of Primary Sources Old/current newspapers and magazines are primary sources.
3rd Grade Rocks and Minerals Vocabulary Ms. Thornburgs Flash Cards!
1 ? Many clothes are in the closet. 2. The trash bin is behind the door. 3. The chair is in front of the table. 4. ? Miss Li is from Shanghai. 5 ? My room.
The Earth’s Interior Glencoe Ch Pages
Inner Core – the dense, solid center of the earth, formed mostly of iron and nickel Outer core – the liquid layer of the earth’s core that surrounds.
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Plate Tectonics What evidence do scientists have to support the fact that the Earths crust is continuously moving?
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CLICK ON THE YELLOW CIRCLE TO GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE How Earthquakes Shape and Alter the Earth’s Surface.
The Earths crust (top layer) is not a solid shell. It is made up of thick, connecting pieces called tectonic plates. These fit together like a puzzle.
A LPINE TUNDRA E ARTH FORMATIONS. MAPS LOOK AT THE WORLD MAPS LABEL THE 7 CONTINENTS LABEL THE 3 MAJOR OCEANS.
Why do earthquakes and volcanoes happen?. In this presentation, I will learn; How to explain where earthquakes and volcanoes gghappen Why earthquakes.
The location of tectonic activity Identify, describe and explain the patterns of Earthquakes and Volcanoes.
Guess your design IQ. To take this simple test, get a piece of paper, mark down which design you think is best, get the answers at the end of the test.
CAUSE & EFFECT IN PLATE TECTONICS. What happens where? Margin TypeVolc.EQsF-T Mtns Trench PassiveNNNN DivergentYYNN TransformNYN?N C-C CollisionNYYN C-O.
Do Now # 4 What is the difference between convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries?
Living in an active zone Revision lesson. Why are plate margins hazardous? What are the plate margins and how do plate movement generate a variety of.
What can a jar teach us about prioritizing? This jar represents one day- 24 hours- no more, no less. We are going to use different objects to fill the.
Topic: Earth’s Features Essential Question: What crustal features are created by the movement of Earth’s plates?
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