Reflection: Relevance Plate Movement Day 1 - Section 4: Connecting the Learning

 

Taking a few minutes at the end of the lesson to search online for real world examples of the plate movements we learn about in the classroom was priceless. Students were genuinely excited to find examples in the real world of each of the types of plate boundaries. They created their own relevance.

  Connecting to the "Real World"
  Relevance: Connecting to the "Real World"
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Plate Movement Day 1

Unit 2: Earth Science
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate their understanding of three types of plate movement using an Oreo cookie.

Big Idea: Making models in science can be sweet! Using the Oreo cookie to represent the lithosphere and asthenosphere we can model plate movement.

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