Go to earthquake.usgs.gov. Click on Learn on the left side (third from the bottom). Click on For Kids. Click on Earthquake animations. Answer the following questions (you can answer in Google Classroom if you brought in the permission form). Aftershocks and foreshocks. What is the difference between the three types of earthquakes? Why would […]

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Here is a cool way to memorize the digits of PI or any other number.

Lesson-Plan_Volcanoes NOVA – Official Website Anatomy of a Volcano UK Geology Volcano Hazards and Monitoring: https://volcanoes.usgs.gov/vhp/hazards.html How volcanoes become dormant: http://volcano.oregonstate.edu/why-do-volcanoes-become-dormant How they are studied: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/how-to-study-a-volcano-36853465/ Slides: Plate Tectonics 2017-18 Requirements: Types of volcanoes (shield, cinder cone, composite and fissure [optional more]) 3 causes (convergent boundaries, divergent boundaries, hot spots in mantle – athenosphere) Inside of a volcano […]

Here’s the file in PDF format: Boundaries

Page 6-1 Continental Drift: The theory that the continents around the earth and that they were once connected together in Pangaea. Part B: 3, 4, 6, 8 Skills 2 5 1 3 5 Page 6-2  1 Continental, 3 Mid Atlantic Ridge 4 Newer or Younger 5) Rift  6) Ocean Skills 1) A Iceland 2) B) […]

You have the option to do an extra credit project where you research the Casini project that NASA just completed on Monday, Sept. 17, 2017. You will explain how the project fits with the scientific explanations talked about in class (a copy is below). For each of the scientific explanations, you will write a paragraph […]