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DO NOW V: 0 MondayIdentify the name of each plate boundary and describe how the plates move in each boundary. HomeworkGrade Level – Plate Tectonics Pre-AP.

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1 DO NOW V: 0 MondayIdentify the name of each plate boundary and describe how the plates move in each boundary. HomeworkGrade Level – Plate Tectonics Pre-AP – Plate Tectonics Today’s Agenda -Finish the WebQuest -Begin Plate Tectonic Foldable QUIZ ON FRIDAY ABC

2 TEKS 8.9 (B) Relate plate tectonics to the formation of crustal features

3 ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: -What features of Earth’s crust do convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries form? -What land features formed by the movement of tectonic plates can be observed using images from space? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will relate plate tectonics to the formation of crustal features, such as mountain ranges, trenches, volcanoes, earthquakes, and mid-ocean ridges.

4 Finish the WebQuest with your partner. Finish WebQuest V: 0

5 Plate Tectonics Simulator V: 0

6 On the next two blank pages in your INB, create a Plate Tectonics Foldable. Fold each page in half vertically. Cut the paper in half vertically, cutting from the outer edge to the half way point to create a flap. Do this for both pages to create a total of 4 flaps. Plate Tectonic Foldable V: 0

7 Real-Time Earthquake Map Earthquake Map V: 0

8 DO NOW V: 0 TuesdayName three pieces of evidence that helped formulate the theory of Continental Drift. HomeworkGrade Level – Plate Tectonics Pre-AP – Plate Tectonics Today’s Agenda -Modeling Plate Boundaries -BrainPop Video: Plate Tectonics QUIZ ON FRIDAY

9 TEKS 8.9 (B) Relate plate tectonics to the formation of crustal features

10 ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: -What features of Earth’s crust do convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries form? -What land features formed by the movement of tectonic plates can be observed using images from space? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will relate plate tectonics to the formation of crustal features, such as mountain ranges, trenches, volcanoes, earthquakes, and mid-ocean ridges.

11 With your table partner, simulate the four different plate boundaries. As you work, complete the handout. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

12 Transform Boundary 1.Place two index cards side by side and slightly overlapping. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

13 Transform Boundary 1.Place two index cards side by side and slightly overlapping. 2.Create a “city” of pennies near the area where the cards overlap. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

14 Transform Boundary 1.Place two index cards side by side and slightly overlapping. 2.Create a “city” of pennies near the area where the cards overlap. 3.Quickly slide on card in one direction and the other card in the opposite direction. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

15 Transform Boundary Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

16 Convergent Boundary (Continental – Continental) 1.The tin foil will act as your layer of Earth. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

17 Convergent Boundary (Continental – Continental) 1.The tin foil will act as your layer of Earth. 2.Push the outer edges of the foil toward each other to simulate a Convergent Boundary of two continental crusts. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

18 Convergent Boundary (Continental – Continental) Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

19 Convergent Boundary with Subduction Zones (Oceanic – Oceanic, Oceanic – Continental) Watch two simulationsWatch two simulations: Young Oceanic Crust vs Old Oceanic Crust Continental Crust vs Oceanic Crust Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

20 Convergent Boundary with Subduction Zones (Oceanic – Oceanic, Oceanic – Continental) Watch two simulationsWatch two simulations: Young Oceanic Crust vs Old Oceanic Crust Continental Crust vs Oceanic Crust Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

21 Convergent Boundary with Subduction Zones (Oceanic – Oceanic) Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

22 Convergent Boundary with Subduction Zones (Oceanic – Continental) Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

23 Divergent Boundary 1.Your Milky Way will act as the Earth’s crust. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

24 Divergent Boundary 1.Your Milky Way will act as the Earth’s crust. 2.Slowly pull the Milky Way apart to demonstrate a Divergent Boundary. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

25 Divergent Boundary 1.Your Milky Way will act as the Earth’s crust. 2.Slowly pull the Milky Way apart to demonstrate a Divergent Boundary. 3.Push the pieces of the Milky Way back together to simulate the magma coming to the surface. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

26 Divergent Boundary Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 2

27 Plate Tectonics Video BrainPop V: 0

28 Real-Time Earthquake Map Earthquake Map V: 0

29 DO NOW V: 0 Wed/ThrsWith your shoulder partner, complete the card sort at your table. HomeworkGrade Level – Plate Tectonics Pre-AP – Plate Tectonics Today’s Agenda -Geologic Activity Map -Convection Currents with candles -Video: How the Earth was Made: Ring of Fire -Review for test TEST ON FRIDAY

30 TEKS 8.9 (B) Relate plate tectonics to the formation of crustal features

31 ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: -What features of Earth’s crust do convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries form? -What land features formed by the movement of tectonic plates can be observed using images from space? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will relate plate tectonics to the formation of crustal features, such as mountain ranges, trenches, volcanoes, earthquakes, and mid-ocean ridges.

32 Use the latitudes and longitudes to create a map with the locations of different crustal features. Mountains – Green Volcanoes – Red Ridges – Blue Trenches – Pink As students work on the map, the teacher will show small groups of students convection currents using tea light candles. Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 1

33 Answer the following questions in complete sentences in your INB. 1.What patterns do you observe? 2.Where are most of the volcanoes in the world located? 3.Why are mountains being formed on the boundary between the Indo-Australian Plate and the Eurasian Plate? What kind of boundary would you expect to find there? 4.Using the map, what type of boundary do you think is between the Indo-Australian Plate and the Antarctic Plate? What crustal features might you find there? 5.How are trenches formed? Modeling Plate Boundaries V: 1

34 Convection Currents V: 1

35 How the Earth was Made: Ring of Fire Video V: 0

36 DO NOW V: 0 FridayAnswer the following questions in your INB. 1.What is seafloor spreading? 2.Describe in your own words the process of subduction. HomeworkGrade Level – Plate Tectonics Pre-AP – Plate Tectonics Today’s Agenda -Homework -Plate Tectonics Test

37 TEKS 8.9 A)describe the historical development of evidence that supports plate tectonic theory B)relate plate tectonics to the formation of crustal features

38 ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: -What features of Earth’s crust do convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries form? -What land features formed by the movement of tectonic plates can be observed using images from space? DAILY OBJECTIVES: Students will demonstrate mastery of TEKS 8.9 A-B.

39 Trade and grade homework Homework V: 1

40 EXAM V: 0 R ead and re-read the passage. U nderline the question B ubble important words I dentify the key idea, write it in margin. E liminate the wrong answers S elect the correct answer ✓ Mass of an object


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