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  1. MAKE A POWER POINT • You and a partner will go through my slides on this power point • Each slide will give you directions on how to make your own power point • Follow the links provided to research the information for each slide • Have fun, be creative, and make your presentation unique.

  2. PLAGERISM • DO NOT cut and paste ANY information • Taking someone else’s work and saying that it is your own is plagiarism. • Plagiarism is against school rules • Write EVERYTHING in your own words.

  3. 3 RULES OF POWER POINT • Each slide should only have 3 ideas on it. • Each slide should not have more than 6 sentences on it. • Font and colors should be used to make the slide easier to read, not make it confusing.

  4. START YOUR OWN POWER POINT • Open up a brand new empty power point slide show • Follow the directions on each of my slides to make your own presentation. • Keep both presentations open at the same time to go back and forth.

  5. The first slide is your title page. You are making a presentation on plate tectonics. You need to make a title for your presentation. Title Name Date

  6. Background info • Use the above link to make a slide that deals with the introduction of plate tectonics You should define plate tectonics and give some examples of the effects of plate tectonics REMEMBER THE 3 RULES OF POWER POINT!

  7. SCIENTISTS Edward Seuss Use the link above , again, to mention how these three scientists helped devise the Theory of Plate tectonics Antonio Snider-Pellegrini Frank B. Tailor

  8. Alfred Wegener • Use the above link to make a slide about Alfred Wegener and his accomplishments • Insert a picture of Alfred Wegener

  9. EVIDENCE • The above link gives you information on the evidence for Wegener’s Theory. • Use this and the next slide to explain what the evidence for the theory is.

  10. CONTINIUE • Use this slide to help explain the evidence stated given in the previous slide.

  11. PICTURE SLIDE • Locate a picture of the different plates that make up the world and insert it on this slide. Make it so it fits the page.

  12. RING OF FIRE The above link will help you make a slide that says where and what the “Ring of Fire” is.

  13. Sea floor spreading • • • Use the two links to make a slide about “Sea floor Spreading”

  14. • The above link has links to info on the three different plate boundaries • On the right hand side of the page you will find all three boundaries • Make a slide for each boundary • Include a picture for each slide

  15. Information Picture Convergent

  16. Information Picture Divergent

  17. Information Picture Transform

  18. Volcanoes • Make a slide about volcanoes and where they are made. • Include a picture • Do your own research for this slide

  19. Earthquakes • Make a slide about earthquakes and where they are made. • Include a picture • Go to the link below and click on the cracking Earth to start learning about earthquakes

  20. INTERIOR EARTH • This slide should be about the interior of the Earth. • (Remember that you should only have about three ideas and NO MORE than six sentences per slide)

  21. Use the above link to make a slide about Pangaea Include a picture of Pangaea PANGAEA

  22. Use the above link to make a slide about hot spots Watch the animations at the links below to help you explain a hot spot

  23. PICTURE Find a picture of a Hawaiian Volcano and put it on this slide

  24. On Your Own… • If time remains continue making slides about the formations that are made from the processes of continental drift. • Add pictures to your slide show and make it unique and interesting

  25. CONCLUSION • Do not forget to make a conclusion slide.