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Geology Topics Unit

Part I: Dynamic Earth

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The Northern Lights / Aurora borealis

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Created

in

part

from

the

electro

magnetic

field

from

the

earth’s

core

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New Area of Focus: Earth’s Plate Boundaries.

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Two types of Crust--

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Continental Crust: Less Dense so it floats higher (Granites)

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Continental Crust: Less Dense so it floats higher (Granites)

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Continental Crust: Less Dense so it floats higher (Granites)Ocean Crust: More dense so it sinks more (Basalts).

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Continental Crust: Less Dense so it floats higher (Granites)Ocean Crust: More dense so it sinks more (Basalts).

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Which half of the bench best represents basaltic ocean crust (more dense)?

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Continental

Crust

Ocean

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Answer! Ocean crust is more dense so it tends to go under continental crust which is less dense.

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Continental

Crust

Ocean

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Activity! Touch the ocean plate as it goes by.

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Which plates below are ocean plates?

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Answer! Nazca Plate.

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Answer! Pacific Plate

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Answer!

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Answer!

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“Oh-no!” “We are trying it again.”

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Which letter is not a ocean plate?

A

B

C

D

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Which letter is not a ocean plate? B

A

B

C

D

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Draw a baseball in your journal,

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Draw a baseball in your journal, Please label the seam as the Mid-Atlantic Ridge that encircles the Earth. (Divergent Boundary)

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Activity! Using Google Earth to look at divergent ocean plate boundaries on the sea floor.http://www.google.com/earth/index.html

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Using OREOS to learn plate boundaries. Each student gets four OREO cookies.

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Using OREOS to learn plate boundaries. Each student gets four OREO cookies.Gently move cookie (plate) over the asthenosphere (filling)

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Divergent Boundaries: Crust is created as two or more plates pull away from each other.

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Divergent Boundaries: Crust is created as two or more plates pull away from each other.

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Gently use another OREO cookie to show divergent plate boundaries.

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Gently use another OREO cookie to show divergent plate boundaries.

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Gently use another OREO cookie to show divergent plate boundaries.

Iceland

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The Big Idea that

plates are constantly formed…

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Plates are constantly being cycled.

Formation and destruction.

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Activity! Create a divergent ocean boundary with foam pads / other available resources. Be creative and make volcanic islands and show lava.

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You can now complete this question.

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You can now complete this question.

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Convergent Boundaries: Crust is destroyed and recycled back into the interior of the earth.-

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Convergent Boundaries: Crust is destroyed and recycled back into the interior of the earth.One plate dives under another.

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Ocean vs. Continent (Subduction Zone)

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Gently use another OREO cookie to show a convergent plate boundary.

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Gently use another OREO cookie to show a convergent plate boundary.

Oceanic

Continental

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Gently use another OREO cookie to show a convergent plate boundary.

Oceanic

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Gently use another OREO cookie to show a convergent plate boundary.

Oceanic

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Dynamic Earth Available sheets that follow Part I for classwork if needed.

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“Oh-no!” “Something’s Up.”

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Lithosphere

Ocean Crust Basalts

Lithosphere

Continental Crust Granites

Asthenosphere

Mountains / Volcanoes

Trench

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Lithosphere

Ocean Crust Basalts

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Continental Crust Granites

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Continental Crust Granites

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Continental Crust Granites

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Ocean Crust Basalts

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Continental Crust Granites

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“Five bucks the teacher makes us do it again.”

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Ocean Crust Basalts

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Continental Crust Granites

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Mountains / Volcanoes

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Direction

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The Big Idea that about

Subduction zones…

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Again, Plate Tectonics is a driving force in Geology

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Activity! Using Google Earth to look at mountain ranges formed in subduction zones. http://www.google.com/earth/index.html

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This area was very active between 150 million to 80 million years ago.

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Mt.

Saint

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Saint

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S. American

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S. American

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S. American

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Pacific

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Philippine Plate

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Pacific

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Philippine Plate

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Pacific

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Philippine Plate

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Pacific

Plate

Philippine Plate

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Dynamic Earth Available sheets that follow Part I for classwork if needed.

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Learn more about plate boundaries at…

http://www.platetectonics.com/book/page_5.asp

Another nice website about plate boundaries at…

http://www.learner.org/interactives/dynamicearth/plate.html

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Dynamic Earth Available sheets that follow Part I for classwork if needed.

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What’s the “Ring of Fire”?

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What’s the “Ring of Fire”?

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Ring of Fire: A zone of frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that encircles the basin of the Pacific Ocean.

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Ring of Fire: A zone of frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that encircles the basin of the Pacific Ocean.

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Video! Volcanoes General and then the ring of Firehttp://videos.howstuffworks.com/discovery/29458-assignment-discovery-the-ring-of-fire-video.htm

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Video Link (Optional) Ring of Fire45 Minuteshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVOOo_BjhXA

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Dynamic Earth Available sheets that follow Part I for classwork if needed.

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Ocean vs. Ocean Convergence

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Ocean Plate

Ocean Plate

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Ocean Plate

Ocean Plate

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Ocean Plate

Ocean Plate

Volcanic Arch Island Chain / Archipelago

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What is this found far out in the ocean?

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That floats.

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That floats.

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Archipelago: Group of volcanic islands formed from ocean crust convergence.

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Archipelago: Group of volcanic islands formed from ocean crust convergence.

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Many tropical Islands like this one are created by ocean plates and volcanism.

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Archipelago Photo TourMusic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mP07Oyr7enQ

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Geology Topics Unit

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