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Interactive mountain quiz Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Mountain Building Interactive assessment
  • 2. Which mountains form when two continental plates collide? Click on the correct image below Folded mountains like the Himalayas, Appalachian, or Alps Volcanic Mountains like Hawaii
  • 3. Try Again! This is a volcano and is formed over hot spots, convergent boundaries, and divergent boundaries
  • 4. Congratulations! Folded mountains like the Himalayas and Appalachian are formed where two continental plates converge or collide
  • 5. Which mountains form when two ocean plates collide? Click on the correct image below A dome mountain like the Black Hills or Adirondack An Island Arc like the Philippines, Japan, or Aleutian Islands
  • 6. Try Again! These are dome mountains and form when magma pushes up layers of rock without erupting onto the surface. These mountains form wherever there is volcanic activity.
  • 7. Congratulations ! Island Arcs like the Philippines, Japan, and the Aleutian Islands form where two ocean plates collide.
  • 8. Which mountain forms when a continental and oceanic plate collide? Click on the correct image below A Coastal Mountain like the Cascade Mountain Range Folded mountains like the Himalayas, Appalachian, or Alps
  • 9. Try Again! Folded mountains like the Himalayas and Appalachian are formed where two continental plates converge or collide
  • 10. Congratulations! Coastal mountains form where ocean plates collide with continental plates. An example of these in our country are the Cascade Mountains in the Pacific North West
  • 11. Which mountain is formed when sections of rock are uplifted? Click on the correct image below Fault-block mountain like the Teton’s or Sierra Nevada's A volcano like Mt. Vesuvius
  • 12. Try Again! This is a volcano and is formed over hot spots, convergent boundaries, and divergent boundaries
  • 13. Congratulations ! Fault block mountains form at normal faults where chunks of rock are pushed up along fault lines creating mountains like the Sierra Nevada’s or Teton Mountain Range
  • 14. Which type of mountains form over a hot spot? Click on the correct image below A volcano like Hawaii or Yellowstone A dome mountain like the Black Hills or Adirondack Mts.
  • 15. Try Again! These are dome mountains and form when magma pushes up layers of rock without erupting onto the surface. These mountains form wherever there is volcanic activity.
  • 16. Congratulations! Volcanic activity is sometimes caused by hot spots. These areas are thought to exist because of unusually hot places in the mantle that melt the crust above, creating areas of volcanic activity like Yellowstone, Hawaii, and about 40 other locations around the globe.
  • 17. Which mountain form when two ocean plates diverge? Click on the correct image below Folded mountains like the Himalayas, Rockies or Appalachian Under water volcanoes like the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
  • 18. Try Again! Folded mountains like the Himalayas and Appalachian are formed where two continental plates converge or collide
  • 19. Congratulations! Submarine or underwater volcanoes like the midocean ridge form where two ocean plates are separating. New ocean crust is formed in these areas. The MidAtlantic Ridge runs down the center of the Atlantic ocean and is the longest mountain chain in the world.
  • 20. Great Job Thanks for taking the Mountain Building interactive quiz.