Reflection: Flexibility The Good, the Bad, and the Volcano - Section 2: Volcano Diagram


With many restrictions in our school, the building of a volcano or simulated demonstration of one makes it difficult. To improvise we use our white boards in order to draw a model. As we draw, we discuss what is happening. Another idea I had after included having a visual representation that would show the same concepts of formation that we were drawing to aide them visually. 

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The Good, the Bad, and the Volcano

Unit 5: Processes That Shape the Earth
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT analyze the good and bad that might come from a volcanic eruption using readings, videos, and prior knowledge.

Big Idea: Where we live we have an extinct and dormant volcano. These mountains have given us a beautiful place to live and students will explore some of the reasons that make them important while also dangerous.

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