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This is an activity where students listen to a 10-minute podcast on Weathering (Podcast is here) and then use what they learn to look for evidence in six photographs showing ...Read More
Why geology podcase - Active listening. Teacher guide Student activity Full transcript of podcast. Have your students listen to the podcast (less than 15 mins) "Why geology and how I ...Read More
Can you read an earthquake time-distance graph Have your students read a simple time-distance graph that shows the relationship between the arrival times of P and S earthquake waves and ...Read More
Where to build the hospital - Lava Risk Mapping Have your students take on the role of a volcano risk scientist and interpret a map and table to provide a ...Read More
Thunder Island - a simulation using data. Have your students work in teams to analyze data and provide advice about the possible eruption of volcanoes. This is a lively, exciting ...Read More
Earthquakes are an amazing phenomenon on our planet. They are caused by the build-up of energy in moving slabs of rock which finally break to release the energy. The breaking, ...Read More
Plate Tectonics - Subduction Zone worksheet Have your students research and then label the features of a Subduction Zone using this easy to use worksheet. Major features are included - ...Read More
Plate Tectonics - Types of crust worksheet Understanding the differences between the two types of crust on Earth is fundamental to understanding Plate Tectonics. This activity sheet allows students to ...Read More
Description : This is an activity where students have to identify rock samples based on field note descriptions. They also have to provide the evidence they used to come to ...Read More
We view our planet using different scales. Most people use just the local scale - they see what is immediately around them. Sometimes they maybe expand that field of view so ...Read More
Description : This demonstration shows how glacial grooves and striations are made by the passing of glacial ice over the underlying bedrock. Students can see the striations made in real ...Read More
Description : A demonstration that shows the relationship between sea ice melting and sea level change. Students are asked to predict if a melting iceberg will make sea level rise, ...Read More
Graveyards and cemeteries are wonderful places for students to learn about geoscience, mathematics, history, language and so much more. As a way to integrate all these topics into one field ...Read More
Description : A classroom role-play activity where students play the role of various town people when their town is being threatened by an active lava flow. This activity allows students ...Read More
Here are a series of cross section activities that you can use with your students. Each activity has a color version, a black & white version, and a suggested solution. ...Read More
Want to make your teaching and learning of mathematics more exciting? What could be better than learning about the use ...Read More
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Want to make your teaching and learning of technology exciting? What could be better than learning about the use of ...Read More
Want to make your Science teaching and learning exciting? What could be better than learning about the science of an ...Read More