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Starter Activity. Remember to use connectives to explain your answer!. What does the egg have to do with this lesson? Challenge; how does it link to the previous lesson?. How did that get there?. How are mountains created?. Learning objectives.

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Starter activity

Starter Activity

Remember to use connectives to explain your answer!

What does the egg have to do with this lesson?

Challenge; how does it link to the previous lesson?

How are mountains created

How did that get there?

How are mountains created?

Learning objectives

Learning objectives

  • To be able to explain giving reasons how mountains are formed

  • To be able to detail specific plate boundaries within their formation

  • To be able to explain why mountains are found in certain places around the world

The world s mountain ranges and plate boundaries

The World’s Mountain Ranges and Plate Boundaries

How about now?

Why do you think the mountains ranges are located here?


Why are they here?

Why dont they appear elsewhere?

What have plates got to do with it?

Try and answer the questions to guess the answer!

Collision plate boundary

Collision plate boundary

  • Watch the clip;

  • Then annotate your two diagrams to describe and explain how fold mountains occur!

  • You could also use the help of Miss. Howell’s amazing hand actions!

Destructive plate boundary

Destructive plate boundary

Ready steady model

Ready, Steady, Model!

  • Using play dough create a model for how mountains are formed.

  • Tip; try to include a three stage diagram

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