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Himalaya Formation Millionaire

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who wants to be a millionaire game for use as plenary / homework task following lesson based on PPt included here on Himalaya formation

who wants to be a millionaire game for use as plenary / homework task following lesson based on PPt included here on Himalaya formation

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  • 1. START
  • 2. Question 1 The Himalayas are... Deep sea trenches Male sea horses Earth’s highest mountains Buddhist monks
  • 3. On the border of Tibet and India Question 2 Mt Everest is… On the border of Tibet and Nepal The 2 nd highest mountain on Earth On the border of Tibet and China
  • 4. Question 3 Tibet is a plateau. What does this mean? An area of very high steep mountains A high “flat” area of land An area full of lakes A hospitable country
  • 5. Question 4 The movement of plates around the earth is called Convergent plate margins Plate tectonics Earthquakes Subduction
  • 6. Question 5 Subduction is… When a lighter continental plate is forced under another plate Caused by plates pulling apart Caused by earthquakes When a denser oceanic plate sinks under another plate
  • 7. Question 5 Subduction is… When a lighter continental plate is forced under another plate Caused by plates pulling apart Caused by earthquakes When a denser oceanic plate sinks under another plate
  • 8. Question 6 The Tibetan Plateau is mostly... … below 2000m high ...above 8000m high ...above 3000m high ...densely populated
  • 9. Question 7 Earthquakes are a danger in Tibet – they are caused by... Rocks ‘snapping’ along faults due to the plates colliding Tsunamis Rocks bending along folds India subducting under Asia
  • 10. Question 8 India (or the land we now call the Indian subcontinent) used to be... Under the ocean In the Arctic Joined to Japan Joined to Madagascar
  • 11. Question 9 The best evidence that the plates are moving in Tibet / Himalaya is... We can feel the movement The rivers are eroding rapidly The fossils show the movement Satellites are measuring the movement
  • 12. Question 10 The Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau were formed by... China moving South and crashing into Australia Sediment being deposited on the bottom of the ocean A huge earthquake when India hit Asia The Indo-Australian plate colliding with the Eurasian plate
  • 13. Question 10 The Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau were formed by... China moving South and crashing into Australia Sediment being deposited on the bottom of the ocean A huge earthquake when India hit Asia The Indo-Australian plate colliding with the Eurasian plate
  • 14. Question 11 Continental plates bend and fold (at depth) when put under pressure. This property is called... Rigidity Plasticity Ectoplasm Rubbery
  • 15. Question 12 Ammonites are... Fossils related to modern snails Marine fossils related to modern squid Volcanic rocks formed by melting crust under Tibet Marine fossils that evolved onto land
  • 16. Question 13 Melting of the mantle (causing volcanoes) at convergent plate margins is mainly caused by... Water and sediment (impurities) brought down by subduction Heat from the earth’s core Acidic seawater reacting with alkaline mantle Friction
  • 17. Question 14 This is a picture of A volcano in Tibet A band of granite in the face of Everest Everest’s famous white limestone band Key evidence that the rocks at the top of the Himalayas were once on the ocean floor
  • 18. Question 15 Everest and southern Tibet... ...are not moving at all ...are rising at c.1cm/yr and moving North at c.1.5cm/yr ...are eroding at c.10mm/yr and moving South at c.15mm/yr ...are rising at c.10m/yr and moving North at c.15m/yr
  • 19. Question 15 Everest and southern Tibet... ...are not moving at all ...are rising at c.1cm/yr and moving North at c.1.5cm/yr ...are eroding at c.10mm/yr and moving South at c.15mm/yr ...are rising at c.10m/yr and moving North at c.15m/yr
  • 20. I Think the Answer is A
    • A
  • 21. I Think the Answer is B
    • B
  • 22. I Think the Answer is C
    • C
  • 23. I Think the Answer is D
    • D
  • 24. I Think the Answer is Don’t Know
    • I’m not too sure
  • 25. Audience A A B C D
  • 26. Audience B A B C D
  • 27. Audience C A B C D
  • 28. Audience D A B C D
  • 29. Audience Draw A B C D
  • 30. Is that your final answer??
  • 31. Is that your final answer??
  • 32. Is that your final answer??
  • 33. You leave with nothing
  • 34. You Leave with £1000
  • 35. You leave with £32 000
  • 36. MONEY SLIDE YOU WIN 1 MILLION POUNDS!

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