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Plate Boundary Foldable You will use your Plate Boundary notes as your main reference for this major grade. It will be done in class.

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1 Plate Boundary Foldable You will use your Plate Boundary notes as your main reference for this major grade. It will be done in class.

2 Plate Boundary Foldable Step 1: Write your name and class period on the back of the foldable.

3 Plate Boundary Foldable Step 2: Write the title of each flap, starting with number 6 at the bottom.

4 6. Transform Boundary (Land Plate sliding past Land Plate)

5 5. Diverging Ocean Plates

6 6. Transform Boundary (Land Plate sliding past Land Plate) 5. Diverging Ocean Plates 4. Diverging Land Plates

7 6. Transform Boundary (Land Plate sliding past Land Plate) 5. Diverging Ocean Plates 4. Diverging Land Plates 3. Converging Ocean and Land Plates

8 6. Transform Boundary (Land Plate sliding past Land Plate) 5. Diverging Ocean Plates 4. Diverging Land Plates 3. Converging Ocean and Land Plates 2. Converging Ocean Plates

9 6. Transform Boundary (Land Plate sliding past Land Plate) 5. Diverging Ocean Plates 4. Diverging Land Plates 3. Converging Ocean and Land Plates 2. Converging Ocean Plates 1. Converging Land Plates

10 Step 3: Put this information on each flap: x. Name of plate boundary (already done) 1. Draw the moving plates. 2. Label plates as land or ocean. 3. Draw arrows to show plate movement. (Color arrows red.) 4. Draw the results and identify formations of the plate movement. 5. Label subduction zones, mountains, volcanoes, valleys, oceanic ridges, earthquakes, etc. 6. Color illustrations, using reasonable color choices, such as brown or green for land and blue for oceans.

11 Step 4: Put this information on each flap: x. Name of plate boundary (already done) 1. Draw the moving plates. 2. Label plates as land or ocean. 3. Draw arrows to show plate movement. (Color arrows red.) 4. Draw the results and identify formations of the plate movement. 5. Label subduction zones, mountains, volcanoes, valleys, oceanic ridges, earthquakes, etc. 6. Color illustrations, using reasonable color choices, such as brown or green for land and blue for oceans. Describe the movement and what happens here.

12 Step 5: Put this information on each flap: x. Name of plate boundary (already done) Describe the movement and what happens here. Give an example of a feature at this type of boundary, and name its location. 1. Draw the moving plates. 2. Label plates as land or ocean. 3. Draw arrows to show plate movement. (Color arrows red.) 4. Draw the results and identify formations of the plate movement. 5. Label subduction zones, mountains, volcanoes, valleys, oceanic ridges, earthquakes, etc. 6. Color illustrations, using reasonable color choices, such as brown or green for land and blue for oceans.

13 Grading Your Plate Boundary Foldable 1. You will be graded on accuracy of illustrations, accuracy of information, proper labeling, coloring, and neatness. 2. All labeling should be done in black ink or black fine tip sharpie. 3. This is a Major Grade.


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