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  1. Zones of the Ocean Allie Haseley 3rd or 4th grade science

  2. Navigation • Move Forward • Move Backwards • Return to Home

  3. Scuba Map! • 4 Major Oceans! • Ocean Zones • Final Quiz! Click in order to complete the lesson!

  4. Before we dive into the ocean zones, we need to locate the 4 major oceans of the Earth!

  5. The biggest of the oceans is the Pacific Ocean! This is on the west coast of the United States!

  6. The next ocean is the Atlantic Ocean The Atlantic Ocean is on the East Coast of the U.S

  7. The third ocean is the Indian Ocean! This ocean is located by Asia and Africa!

  8. The last of the major oceans is the Arctic Ocean! This ocean is located around the North Pole!

  9. Now lets take another look at all the oceans! You will have to identify them next!

  10. Click on the Atlantic Ocean!

  11. Way to Go!

  12. Incorrect! Try and remember what country each ocean is located by!

  13. Click on the Pacific Ocean

  14. Way to Go!

  15. Click on the Indian Ocean!

  16. Way to Go!

  17. Click on the Arctic Ocean!

  18. Way to Go!

  19. Now that you know all the major oceans, we are going to look at the zones of the ocean!

  20. Let’s take a look!

  21. Sunlit Zone • 0-700 feet • This zone receives the most sunlight. • Common animals in this zone are seals, sharks, and sea turtles. • This is the top zone of the ocean

  22. Twilight Zone • 700-3,300 feet • Located below the sunlit zone • Only dim light reaches here • No plants grow here • Animals that live here include jellyfish, octopus, and squid.

  23. Midnight Zone • 3,300-13,000 feet • Receives no sunlight • Some animals that live here are the viperfish and angelfish.

  24. Abyss • 13,000-19,000 feet • Often used to describe the deep sea in general • Creatures who live here have no backbone and include sea spiders and blind shrimp.

  25. Hadal Zone • 19,000-36,000 ft. • Usually deep water trenches and canyons • The water temperature is barely above freezing • Still some animals live here, including sea cucumbers.

  26. Review these zones then answer the multiple choice questions!

  27. Which ocean zone gets the most sunlight? • The Abyss • Hadal Zone • Sunlit Zone • Twilight Zone

  28. Way to go!

  29. Which zone is located right above the midnight zone? • The Abyss • Hadal Zone • Sunlit Zone • Twilight Zone This animal lives there

  30. Way to go!

  31. In which of the zones would you most likely find the jellyfish? • The Abyss • Hadal Zone • Midnight Zone • Twilight Zone

  32. Way to go!

  33. In which ocean zone would the depth be 4,000 ft? • Hadal Zone • Midnight Zone • Sunlit Zone • Twilight Zone

  34. Way to go!

  35. Which of the following creatures would you find in the Sunlit Zone? • Blind Shrimp • Viperfish • Sea Cucumber • Sea Turtle

  36. Way to go!

  37. Try Again!

  38. Good Job! Now that you have learned the major oceans and their zones, watch the review video on the next slide. Pay attention because there will be a quiz following the video!

  39. VIDEO- click on the video!

  40. Good! Now you have reviewed all the material! Go back and look over it again if you don’t feel comfortable! 

  41. Now you will start your quiz! This has 10 questions Good Luck!

  42. Which ocean is located on the West Coast of the United States? • Pacific Ocean • Indian Ocean • Arctic Ocean • Atlantic Ocean

  43. Correct !

  44. What zone will you find sea turtles in? • Midnight Zone • Sunlit Zone • Twilight Zone • Abyss

  45. Correct!

  46. Which zone is mostly canyons? • Hadal Zone • Abyss • Twilight Zone • Midnight Zone

  47. Correct!

  48. What ocean is close to Asia? • Atlantic Ocean • Pacific Ocean • Indian Ocean • Arctic Ocean

  49. Correct!

  50. If you are scuba diving at 350 feet, which zone are you in? • The Abyss • Midnight Zone • Sunlit Zone • Twilight Zone