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1 EARTH SYSTEMS Daily plans

2 1/28/15 EQ: How does the study of our atmosphere impact our understanding of geological time? Reminder: Test makeup Opening: Draw the heliocentric model of the solar system TO DO: Notes, video, drawing Closing: Which part of space most fascinates you and why? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

3 1/27/15 EQ: How does the study of our atmosphere impact our understanding of geological time? Reminder: Test makeup Opening: Video TO DO: Notes, video, drawing Closing: Which part of space most fascinates you and why? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

4 1/26/15 ? EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Test makeup Opening: Video TO DO: Notes, Activity, video Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? Finish group geological time scale STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

5 1/23/15 ? EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Test makeup Opening: Video TO DO: Notes, Activity, video Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? Finish group geological time scale STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

6 1/22/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Test makeup Opening: Video TO DO: Notes, Activity, video Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? Finish group geological time scale STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

7 1/21/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Test makeup Opening: Finish group geological time scale TO DO: Activity, Notes, video Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

8 1/20/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Test makeup Opening: Finish group geological time scale TO DO: Activity, Notes, video Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

9 1/16/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Test Opening: Review notes TO DO: Test Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

10 1/15/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Test tomorrow Opening: Review notes TO DO: Notes, drawing, handout Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

11 1/14/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Quiz today Opening: Review notes TO DO: Notes, videos, handout Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

12 1/13/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Quiz Wednesday Opening: Review notes TO DO: Notes, videos, handout Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

13 1/12/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Quiz Wednesday Opening: Grab a book TO DO: Mr. Porters room Closing: turn in work STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

14 1/9/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Quiz today Opening: Review notes TO DO: Notes, videos, handout Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

15 1/8/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Quiz Friday Opening: Review notes TO DO: Notes, videos, handout Closing: Which principle or law best helps you to understand earth’s history? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

16 1/7/15 EQ: How are scientist able to use the law of superposition to analyze earth’s history? Reminder: Quiz Friday Opening: Review notes TO DO: Notes, videos Closing: Which layer of earth formed first? STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).

17 1/6/15 EQ: How does plate tectonics effect the other land formations on earth? Reminder: You are great. Opening: Review notes TO DO: Notes, videos Closing: Can you tell me how one of the landforms may have formed STANDARD SES4. Students will understand how rock relationships and fossils are used to reconstruct the Earth’s past. a. Describe and apply principles of relative age (superposition, original horizontality, cross-cutting relations, and original lateral continuity) and describe how unconformities form. a. Interpret the geologic history of a succession of rocks and unconformities. a. Apply the principle of uniformitarianism to relate sedimentary rock associations and their fossils to the environments in which the rocks were deposited. a. Explain how sedimentary rock units are correlated within and across regions by a variety of methods (e.g., geologic map relationships, the principle of fossil succession, radiometric dating, and paleomagnetism). a. Use geologic maps and stratigraphic relationships to interpret major events in Earth history (e.g., mass extinction, major climatic change, tectonic events ).


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