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3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
3. plate boundaries
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3. plate boundaries

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  • 1. TECTONIC LANDSCAPES PLATE BOUNDARIES
  • 2. SPECIFICATION DETAIL• 3.1c The characteristic features of convergent, divergent and conservative plate boundaries.
  • 3. LEARNING OBJECTIVE• To be able to draw cross section diagrams of each plate boundary.• Annotated the diagrams to explain the processes.
  • 4. KNOW THE BOUNDARIES The tectonic plates are moving in different directions. The movements have different effects on the landscape of the Earth. Plates that are moving in opposite directions form a constructive boundary. Plates that move towards each other form either a destructive boundary or a collision boundary. Plates sliding by each other form a conservative boundary. Can you name one example of each of the different boundary types?
  • 5. CONVERGENT : OCEAN-TO-CONTINENTCONSTRUCTIVE PLATE BOUNDARY
  • 6. DRAW
  • 7. CONVERGENT INFORMATION
  • 8. CONVERGENT: CONTINENT-TO-CONTINENTCOLLISION PLATE BOUNDARY
  • 9. DRAW
  • 10. DESTRUCTIVE OR COLLISION?
  • 11. DIVERGENT PLATE BOUNDARY
  • 12. DRAW
  • 13. DIVERGENT ORDER
  • 14. CONSERVATIVE PLATE BOUNDARY
  • 15. DRAW
  • 16. CONSERVATIVE ORDER
  • 17. PLATE DEFINITIONS
  • 18. ANIMATION OF BOUNDARIES : HERE
  • 19. LEARNING OBJECTIVE• To be able to draw cross section diagrams of each plate boundary.• Annotated the diagrams to explain the processes.
  • 20. TASK: HOMEWORK• Describe the process in three or more steps for each of the following diagrams. Here
  • 21. LEARNING OBJECTIVE• To be able to draw cross section diagrams of each plate boundary.• Annotated the diagrams to explain the processes.

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