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Question: Draw the pie graph of the distribution of Earth’s waters
MYP Unit Question: How does land change? Area of Interaction: Environment Learner Profile: Thinker
Standard: Investigate the scientific view of how the Earth’s surface is formed. Learning Target: Today I am learning how water shapes the land because it affects the Earth’s surface.
Activating Strategy—Water Cycle Song
Flowing water, in streams and rivers or across the land in sheets, is the dominant erosional process in shaping Earth's landscape.
Rivers flow downstream because of the force of _______________.
The sweeping bends are called meanders.
Mississippi River meanders
Mississippi River Delta Sediments are moved and deposited at the mouth of the river to form a Delta.
The Colorado River carved the Grand Canyon
Groundwater dissolved limestone rock and forms caves.
Animation of Cave Formation ce/terc/content/visualizations/es1405/es1405 page01.cfm?chapter_no=visualization ce/terc/content/visualizations/es1405/es1405 page01.cfm?chapter_no=visualization
As rivers age, a winding path may eventually cause Oxbow Lakes to form.
Groundwater causes sunken areas of land
Guatamala sinkhole May 2010
Ocean waves deposit sand offshore to form Sandbars
Deposits of sand at the ocean’s edge widen beaches.
Ocean waves erode headland, leaving an isolated piece of rock called a Sea Stack
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MYP Unit Question: How do we use water? Area of Interaction: Health and Social Education Learner Profile: Thinker and Balanced
Standard: Recognize the significant role of water in Earth’s processes. Essential Question: How does water affect the Earth’s surface?
Earth Processes: Part 2: Hydrosphere (water) The student will be able to describe how surface and ground water affect the shape of the Earth. The student.
Surface Water & Ground Water Karen Lopez & Jennifer Lopez(:
Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1The Erosion- Deposition Process Lesson 2Lesson 2Landforms Shaped by Water and Wind Lesson 3Lesson 3Mass.
Changes to the Earth’s Surface Grade 5 Science. Landforms Landforms are the physical features on the Earth’s surface such as, valleys, rivers, mountains,
Earth Science- Environments Scientific Question of the Day.
Building Up Earth’s Surface Unit C Chapter 6 Lesson 3 C24 – C29.
True or False: The Earths surface has stayed the same for thousands of years.
Water, Another Important Abiotic Factor (just like soil)
EROSION- The transport of weathered materials….
1 Glaciers Carve Land and Move Sediments Section 5.4.
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Rivers Change the Land 20 Questions!
Landform Activity for review. DESTRUCTIVE WEATHERING #1 A rock heats in the sun and cracks.
6.1 Running Water Oceans – 97 % Glaciers/ice – 2 % Freshwater - < 1 % Water cycle = the continuous circulation of earths water supply It is powered by.
Erosion Erosion = the transport of sediments from weathering. *Gravity and Water are biggest factors* 1. Streams 2. Glaciers 3. Landslides 4. Waves.
Erratic. boulder transported and deposited by a glacier having a lithology different than the bedrock upon which it is sitting.
Chapter 1 Unit C Changes to Earth’s Surface. Lesson 1 Changes to Earth’s Surface Landforms: - physical features on Earth’s surface. Glaciers Mountains.
FEATURES OF EROSION & FEATURES OF DEPOSITION RIVERS.
Guided Notes on Erosion and Deposition Section 7.2.
This picture shows the complete journey of a river, from the source to the sea. Let’s have a look at this journey more closely.
Hosted by Mrs. Dempsey Mass Movement Water Erosion Glaciers What am I?
Erosion. Definition Erosion is the picking up and carrying away of pieces of weathered rock.
Where in the world is water?. Georgia Standard S6E3. Students will recognize the significant role of water in earth processes. S6E3. Students will recognize.
Running Water and Groundwater Oceans – 97 % Glaciers/ice – 2 % Freshwater - < 1 % Water cycle = the continuous circulation of earths water supply It is.
U-shaped Valley Valley V-shaped Valley Valley Cave Atoll.
Ch 7 Changes to the Earths Surface By Ms. Aldridge 5 th Grade.
Landscape. runoff scenery such as mountains, valleys, trees, rivers, and forests.
Erosion and Deposition. Running Water is the most effective agent of erosion. Erosion is the process by which earth materials are moved by natural agents.
Rocks and Minerals By:. How _________ rock is formed. For thousands, even millions of years, little pieces of our earth have been eroded--broken down.
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