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Introduction To The Earth

Unit 2: The Dynamic Earth
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Objective: SWBAT state the shape of the Earth and provide (3) pieces of evidence for its spherical shape SWBAT identify the three (3) major zones of the Earth and analyze the structure and composition of each layer

Big Idea: Students analyze pieces of rationale for why the Earth is round, and they'll also get an introductory glimpse into the major zones of the Earth

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