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20 November 2012. OBJECTIVE: Compare and contrast the three types of volcanoes. DO NOW: Take out HW (Volcanoes WS) Pick up WS from front table (do not glue)

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20 november 2012
20 November 2012

  • OBJECTIVE: Compare and contrast the three types of volcanoes.

  • DO NOW:

    • Take out HW (Volcanoes WS)

    • Pick up WS from front table (do not glue)

  • INTRO: Volcanoes are destructive forces, but they are necessary for the Earth and Humans. How can volcanoes be beneficial to the Earth and Humans?


Volcano pen pals
Volcano Pen Pals

  • Pretend you witness the eruption of a volcano. Write a letter to a friend describing what you saw before the eruption, during the eruption, and after the eruption.


Volcano pen pals1
Volcano Pen Pals

  • Use your notes and textbook (Ch. 9 begins on pg. 248) to help you

  • At least ten (10) sentences

  • Paragraph should include:

    • Describe the type of volcano

    • Describe the type of eruption

    • Describe the type of molten rock associated with that type of eruption. Include:

      • How silica affects molten rock?

      • What is the viscosity of the molten rock?

      • Are gases trapped?

  • Describe what pyroclastic material is erupted from the volcano

    • (Ex: lava, ash, volcanic bombs, pyroclastic flows, etc)


  • Composite Volcano

    Shield Volcano

    Pg. 257

    In textbook

    Has inside & outside pics.

    Cinder Cone Volcano


    Outro
    OUTRO

    • What is most likely to harm people living near a volcano?

      • Pyroclastic flow

      • Vent formation

      • Ash fallout

      • A mantle hot spot


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