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Volcanoes

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Volcanoes

  1. 1. INTERNAL DYNAMICS OF THE EARTHNatural Science: 2nd Secondary Education http://dotsub.com/view/622a50a3-36b9-4731-bd3f-faba969ac780?utm_source=player&utm_medium=embedBefore watching the video1. In pairs. Which words do you know in relation to volcanoes?2. You will hear the following words in the video. Do you know its meaning? Matchthe words with its translation in Spanish. Use a dictionary to help you.burning chunkopening tectonic platevent shiftingring of fire shield volcanostable hazardouscrust poisonousslab meltshift beneathcomposite liquefyhurl soilash geothermal energyAfter watching the video3. Fill in the gaps. lava - band – erupted - tectonic plates - openings 1. Volcanoes are (1) _________________ or vents into the hot interior of the planet. 2. “The ring of fire” is a (2) _________________ circling the Pacific Ocean. 3. Volcanoes are often formed where (3) _________________ interact. 4. Once magma escapes from the Earth, it is called (4) _________________. 5. Mount Vesuvius, in Pompeii, (5) _________________ in the year 79 A.D.4. Answer the questions. 1. How many volcanoes are classified as active? 2. How many of them are in the “ring of fire”? 3. Can you name any famous volcano? 4. Do volcanoes provide any benefits?5. Explain in your own language what you understood after watching the video.©Ángela M. Ruiz Montero – http://letsclil.blogspot.com
  2. 2. INTERNAL DYNAMICS OF THE EARTHNatural Science: 2nd Secondary EducationAnswers1 Student’s own answers2 burning – ardiente, abrasador opening - apertura vent - ventilación ring of fire – anillo de fuego stable – estable, sólido crust - corteza slab - bloque shift – cambio, desplazamiento composite - compuesto hurl – tirar, arrojar ash - ceniza chunk – trozo, pedazo tectonic plate – placa tectónica shifting - cambiante shield volcano – volcanes formados enteramente por capas de lava hazardous - peligroso poisonous - venenoso melt - derretir beneath - bajo liquefy - licuarse soil - tierra geothermal energy – energía geotérmica3 1openings 2band 3tectonic plates 4lava 5erupted4 1 About 1500 volcanoes 2 Nearly 90% of them 3 Kilauea, for example 4 Yes, they do. Geothermal energy, for example©Ángela M. Ruiz Montero – http://letsclil.blogspot.com

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