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2 Learning Target: I am learning how rocks were formed. The purpose of this is to be able to interpret and analyze evidence to determine a sequence of geological events that explains the history of life on Earth. CW: Rocks and their journey HW: Complete quick write

3 P.O.C.E.R. P: Predict 0: Observe C: Claim E: Evidence R: Reason

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12 Snowstorm, Finland Photograph by George Mobley, National GeographicGeorge Mobley This Month in Photo of the Day: Vintage National Geographic Photographs A sudden snowstorm buffets May Day revelers during a stroll through Helsinki’s Kaivopuisto Park in 1967.. ObservationsPredictions Evidence/FactClaim ReasoningInfer Cause and EffectOpinion

13 Rock Analysis You will have 7 minutes per rock type to complete your rock observations and data sheet. Rock Journey re-enactment….( 8minutes) Quick Write

14 What is the law of conservation of matter? Law of conservation of matter states that matter cannot be created or destroyed. The changes that take place in the rock cycle never destroy or create matter. The elements are just redistributed in other forms.

15 Quick Write- Clearly describe the rock cycle and explain how this cycle supports the Law of Conservation of Matter. Language Goal: Matter, Rock cycle, Igneous Rock, Magma, Other forms, Cooling, Melting, Weathering, Erosion, Sediments, Sedimentary Rock, Heat, Pressure, Millions of Years Metamorphic Rock, Created, Destroyed, Elements

16 Learning Target: I am learning the vocabulary to help me describe how Earth’s has a direct effect on life as it evolves over time. The purpose of this is to be able to use scientific vocabulary while interpreting and analyzing evidence to determine a sequence of geological events that explains the history of life on Earth. CW: Geological Events Vocabulary HW:

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23 ObservationsPredictions FactOpinion Cause and EffectInfer Parrandas Festival, Cuba Photograph by Paolo Pellegrin, National GeographicPaolo Pellegrin This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine FeaturesNational Geographic Magazine A plume of fireworks surrounds a reveler at the Parrandas, a December festival in the colonial town of Remedios, near Cuba's north coast. Two barrios compete to stage the most impressive display.Cuba

24 Vocabulary Why is vocabulary important? First, do your monitoring aid. Next, go through you vocabulary cards and put a pile to the left of words you think you know and to the right put a pile of word you are not sure of… In the word you know how do they connect the to the last unit of Plate Tectonics

25 Absolute Dating Adapt Cause and Effect Deposition Direct Environmental Factors Erosion Evidence Evolution Extrusion Fault Fossil Record

26 Fossil Geological Time Igneous Rock Index Fossils Indirect Intrusion Law of Superposition Lithosphere

27 Mass Extinction Metamorphic Rock Models Organisms Radioactive Dating Relative Dating Sedimentary Rock Sedimentation Sediments Simulation Species Theory Time Scale Weathering

28 Learning Target: I am learning how the movement of the Earth’s has a direct effect on how life evolves over time. The purpose of this is to be able to interpret and analyze evidence to determine a sequence of geological events that explains the history of life on Earth. CW: Ancient Denver HW: none

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34 ObservationsPredictions Evidence/FactClaim Cause and EffectReasoning Opinion Lake Garda, Italy Photograph by Joseph J. Scherschel, National Geographic This Month in Photo of the Day: Vintage National Geographic Photographs Twin siblings playing in Italy’s Lake Garda drift by Castello Scaligero in this Kodachrome picture that appeared with a 1968 National Geographic profile on the country's "Land of Lakes." The castle's crenelated battlements date to the 13th century.

35 What is a time line

36 What does this time line show? Is this a time line? Support your answer?

37 What does this time line show?

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39 Ancient Denver Layers What do you know about the Earth and sedimentation? How do layers of sediment help use understand the past? What kind of layers do you thing is underneath Denver? How does a layer of earth reveal the past? What kind of rock is able (Igneous, Metamorphic, Sedimentary) to provide clues of life? Explain?

40 Does Denver have a time line? Justify your answer…. What evidence would you need to scientifically prove or disprove your answer.? What would Denver’s environments need to capture evidence

41 Ancient Denver Layers What do you know about the Earth and sedimentation? How do layers of sediment help use understand the past? What kind of layers do you think is underneath Denver? How does a layer of earth reveal the past? What kind of rock is able (Igneous, Metamorphic, Sedimentary) to provide clues of life? Explain?

42 Ancient Denver Layers Use all your cards to create the geological layers under the 21 century Denver. Start by taping your timeline Next look at the pictures… what one do you think is the oldest? why As we go through ancient Denver you are to collect evidence to prove each environment actually existed. Any questions?

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49 ObservationsPredictions Evidence/FactClaim Cause and EffectReasoning Estimate Number of FishSalt Water or Fresh Water Whale Shark, Yucatán Peninsula Photograph by Brian Skerry, National GeographicBrian Skerry This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features National Geographic Magazine A whale shark, biggest of fishes, hangs out with small fry off the northern tip of the Yucatán Peninsula.

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51 ObservationsPredictions FactOpinion Cause and EffectInfer Redwood Tree, California Photograph by Michael Nichols, National GeographicMichael Nichols This Month in Photo of the Day: Adventure and Exploration Photos AdventureExploration Partway up a 350-foot tree, botanist Marie Antoine (at right) passes a slender core sample of its wood—750 years of redwood biography—to canopy ecologist Giacomo Renzullo. Research now shows that the older such trees get, the more wood they put on.

52 CAS 3.2 Geologic time, history, and changing life forms are indicated by fossils and successive sedimentation, folding, faulting, and uplifting of layers of sedimentary rock CAS 2.5 Multiple lines of evidence show the evolution of organisms over geologic time

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59 ObservationsPredictions Evidence/FactClaim ReasoningInfer Canyon, Zion National Park Photograph by Peter Scifres, Your ShotYour Shot This Month in Photo of the Day: Nature and Weather Photos NatureWeather Photos Inside Zion National Park's famous Subway slot canyon, my hiking and photography friend, Suzanne, ponders the way ahead.Zion National Park


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