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Earthquake Construction Lab Reflection. Do Now What way do P-waves move? Draw a picture What way do S-waves move? Draw a picture What way do Surface Waves move? Draw a picture. 9/24/12. 9/24/12. Observe, Question, Comment.

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Earthquake construction lab reflection

Earthquake Construction Lab Reflection

Do Now

What way do P-waves move? Draw a picture

What way do S-waves move? Draw a picture

What way do Surface Waves move? Draw a picture

9/24/12

9/24/12

Observe, Question, Comment

[Set up the next page of your Interactive Notebook and complete the Do Now]

Earthquake Construction Lab

25R

25L


Benchmark review reflection

Benchmark Review Reflection

Do Now

How does convection make tectonics plate move?

How much to continents move each year?

9/26/12

9/26/12

Observe, Question, Comment

[Set up the next page of your Interactive Notebook and complete the Do Now]

Benchmark Review

26R

26L


Whiteboard review

Whiteboard Review

  • When would you use a bar graph?

  • For categories


Whiteboard review1

Whiteboard REview

  • When would you use a line graph?

  • Changes over time


Whiteboard review2

Whiteboard REview

  • Draw a picture of the main layers of the Earth.


Whiteboard review3

Whiteboard review

  • Which layer is cold and brittle?

  • Crust


Whiteboard review4

Whiteboard review

  • Which layer is made of magma?

  • Mantle


Whiteboard review5

Whiteboard review

  • Which layer is the heat source?

  • Core


Whiteboard review6

Whiteboard review

  • How is the inner core different from the outer core?

  • Outer core is liquid and inner core is solid


Whiteboard review7

Whiteboard review

  • What is plate tectonics?

  • The theory that lithospheric plates move on top of the asthenosphere centimeters per year


Whiteboard review8

Whiteboard review

  • What causes plates to move?

  • Convection flow in the mantle


Benchmark review reflection1

Benchmark Review Reflection

Do Now

1. Which of the 3 main layers of the Earth is the heat source?

F) Core

G) Mantle

H) Crust

J) Asthenosphere

2. Which of the following is a positive consequence of volcanoes?

A) change in Earth’s climate

B) new animal habitats

C) improved soil fertility

D) improved water quality

3. Data from seismograms are used to find…

A) …an earthquake’s epicenter.

B) …a seismometer station.

C) …an earthquake’s focus.

D) …a fault zone.

4. The following are all pieces of evidence of continental drift EXCEPT for

F) Land animal fossils found in continents separated by oceans

G) Tropical plants found in Antarctica

H) Volcanoes and earthquakes at plate boundaries

J) Diseases spread through continents

5. In California, the Juan de Fuca plate and North American Plate form a

A) Divergent Boundary

B) Convergent Boundary

C) Transform Boundary

D) Earthquake

9/27/12

9/27/12

Observe, Question, Comment

[Set up the next page of your Interactive Notebook and complete the Do Now]

Benchmark Review

26L Continued

26L Continued


Beach ball review

Beach ball review

Where do earthquakes and volcanoes usually occur?

Plate Boundaries


Beach ball review1

Beach ball review

What do you call a break in the lithosphere, usually at a plate boundary?

Fault


Beach ball review2

Beach ball review

What did Alfred Wegener call the supercontinent where all continents were connected?

Pangaea


Beach ball review3

Beach ball review

How do seismologists find an epicenter of an earthquake?

Triangulation


Beach ball review4

Beach ball review

What is the difference between an epicenter and a focus of an earthquake?

Focus is on inside of Earth

Epicenter is on the surface of Earth


Beach ball review5

Beach ball review

What is the difference between a seismograph and a seismogram?

Seismogram = paper

Seismograph = machine


Beach ball review6

Beach ball review

Where does convection flow takes place?

Mantle


Beach ball review7

Beach ball review

What is the difference between lava and magma?

Lava is magma once it reaches the surface


Beach ball review8

Beach ball review

What are the four factors that affect the intensity of an earthquake?

Magnitude, Distance from the Epicenter, Local Geology, Construction


Beach ball review9

Beach ball review

Which plate boundary results in a mid-ocean ridge?

Divergent Boundary


Beach ball review10

Beach ball review

Where are the three places volcanoes can occur?

Divergent Boundary, Convergent Boundary, Hot Spot


Beach ball review11

Beach ball review

What are the three negative effects of volcanoes?

Loss of life, Loss of habitat, Earth’s climate


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Beach ball review

What are the three positive effects of volcanoes?

Fertile Soil, Energy Source, Construction


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