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  The Necessity of Details in Glacial Erosion
  Lesson Planning: The Necessity of Details in Glacial Erosion
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Glaciers Lab

Unit 7: Landscapes & Mapping
Lesson 5 of 8

Objective: SWBAT define how a glacier is formed and identify major landscape and erosional features caused by glacial movement (moraines, drumlins, kettle lakes, and outwash plains) [LAB]

Big Idea: There are myriad features left by glaciers, mostly as a result of direct glacier movement. They include features like drumlins, kettle lakes, and outwash plains

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