Catastrophes of the Past, Shape the Land of Today

Unit 9: Unit 8 - Earth's Past...How Did it Get Here?
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT read and listen to new information to learn about a past event that shaped the land of today.

Big Idea: One catastrophic event can quickly change the look and feel of the land for future generations over millions of years. This lesson exposes students to one event in their own backyards that shaped our landscape from Prehistoric to Modern times.

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