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Plate Boundaries

# Plate Boundaries

Unit 2: The Dynamic Earth

Lesson 13 of 16

Lesson 13 of 16

## Objective: SWBAT identify the three (3) major plate boundaries on a world map and describe their relative plate motion, including features that form as a result of divergence, convergence, and transform movement

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*20 minutes*

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#### Do Now & Objective(s)

*10 min*

Students come in silently and complete the . After time expires (I usually allot about 2-3 minutes, depending on the number and type of questions) we collectively go over the responses, (usually involving a series of cold calls and volunteers) and then I ask someone to read the objective for the day before beginning the lesson.

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Kane Koller:

*Responding to Alison Dickey*Hey, Alison. The ESRT stands for the Earth Science Reference Table, which is a series of texts, charts, and images we utilize on our state test (the Regents) out here in New York state. You can find (free) copies online if you put ESRT in Google, and it's also available on a ton of my other lessons (per the comment below, something weird happened with this lesson, and parts of it got deleted. Hope this helps! | one month ago | Reply
Lisa Tiedemann:

*Responding to Kane Koller*Thank you very much!!!

I greatly appreciate your quick response!

Looking at curriculum for new Earth & Space course for next year.

Really like your lessons!

| 8 months ago | Reply
Kane Koller:

*Responding to Lisa Tiedemann*Hey, Lisa! Totally unsure as to what exactly happened - I swore there was a lesson here. I uploaded a version from Microsoft Word which should suffice for now - you'll find it in the*Lesson Introduction*section. Hope this helps! | 8 months ago | Reply
Lisa Tiedemann:

This lesson is missing. Is it possible to be uploaded?

It would be greatly appreciated.

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- LESSON 1: Introduction To The Earth
- LESSON 2: Latitude & Longitude
- LESSON 3: Density & The Earth
- LESSON 4: Layers of the Earth I
- LESSON 5: Layers of the Earth II
- LESSON 6: Earthquakes (Day 1/2)
- LESSON 7: Earthquakes (Day 2/2)
- LESSON 8: Epicenter Lab (1/2)
- LESSON 9: Epicenter Lab (2/2)
- LESSON 10: Earthquake & Volcano Mapping
- LESSON 11: Earthquake Hazards
- LESSON 12: Crustal Movement & Hotspots Lab
- LESSON 13: Plate Boundaries
- LESSON 14: Sea Floor Spreading (Day 1/2)
- LESSON 15: Sea Floor Spreading (Day 2/2)
- LESSON 16: Convection & Plate Movement

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