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  • 1. CHAPTER 2 LESSON 3 Landforms
  • 2. ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
    • How do movements of the crust change landforms?
    • Hypothesis:
    • Answer:
  • 3. VOCABULARY
    • Plate-
    • Earthquake-
    • Epicenter-
    • Fault-
  • 4. VOCABULARY CONTINUED…
    • Magma
    • Lava
    • Volcano
  • 5. MODELING A VOLCANIC ERUPTION
    • What happens to the land when a volcano erupts?
      • Hypothesis:
    • Does lava cover the land evenly?
      • Hypothesis:
  • 6. LAB QUESTIONS
    • Is the volcano we saw in the lab an example of a constructive or destructive process? Explain…
  • 7. EARTH’S STRUCTURE
    • How far to the center of the Earth?
      • H:
    • What structures is the Earth made of?
      • H:
  • 8. EARTH’S STRUCTURE
    • Crust-
    • Mantle-
    • Outer Core-
    • Inner Core-
  • 9. EARTH’S STRUCTURE
    • Earth’s crust and upper mantle are divided into sections
    • Plates
    • Map of tectonic plates
  • 10. PANGAEA
  • 11. EARTHQUAKES
    • Occurs when Earth’s crust moves and energy is released
      • Focus-
      • Epicenter-
    • Caused by three different types of plate movement
      • -
      • -
      • -
  • 12. HOW DO SCIENTISTS CLASSIFY EARTHQUAKES?
    • Estimating their magnitude
      • This means:
    • Richter scale:
  • 13. VOLCANOES WATCH IT HAPPEN: HTTP://WWW.HARCOURTSCHOOL.COM/MENUS/SCIENCE2009/GRADE5_GA.HTML
    • Melted or molten rock beneath the Earth’s surface is ________________.
    • This ________ is pushed to the surface because it is less dense.
    • If it flows out of a vent or opening it becomes ___________.
    • Three types of Volcanoes
      • Composite-
      • Shield-
      • Cinder Cone-
  • 14. HOW MOUNTAINS FORM
    • Formed from where the crust is crumpled and pushed upward by the movements of plates.
    • Normal faults-
    • Reverse faults-
  • 15. ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
    • How do movements of the crust change landforms?
    • Hypothesis:
    • Answer: