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Fun With Earth Science Keynote

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Fun With Earth Science Keynote

  1. 1. The SEE, HEAR, and DO Approach to AG Earth Science!
  2. 2. CULTURE CAMP
  3. 3. Try Again
  4. 4. CSTPAC TPE T BTSA FACT API
  5. 5. TPR
  6. 6. TOTALPHYSICALRESPONSE
  7. 7. HOW LEARNING OCCURS 0 25 50 75 100 HEAR SEE SEE AND HEARSEE HEAR SAY DO
  8. 8. MY ADVICE• PICTURES everywhere, share your own• REPEAT yourself constantly• have students SAY info back to you• do DEMOS as much as possible• short and meaningful VIDEOS• PLAY games• let students DO activities
  9. 9. MY ADVICE• PICTURES everywhere, share your own• REPEAT yourself constantly• have students SAY info back to you• do DEMOS as much as possible• short and meaningful VIDEOS• PLAY games• let students DO activities
  10. 10. MY ADVICE• PICTURES everywhere, share your own• REPEAT yourself constantly• have students SAY info back to you• do DEMOS as much as possible• short and meaningful VIDEOS• PLAY games• let students DO activities
  11. 11. MY ADVICE• PICTURES everywhere, share your own• REPEAT yourself constantly• have students SAY info back to you• do DEMOS as much as possible• short and meaningful VIDEOS• PLAY games• let students DO activities
  12. 12. MY ADVICE• PICTURES everywhere, share your own• REPEAT yourself constantly• have students SAY info back to you• do DEMOS as much as possible• short and meaningful VIDEOS• PLAY games• let students DO activities
  13. 13. MY ADVICE• PICTURES everywhere, share your own• REPEAT yourself constantly• have students SAY info back to you• do DEMOS as much as possible• short and meaningful VIDEOS• PLAY games• let students DO activities
  14. 14. MY ADVICE• PICTURES everywhere, share your own• REPEAT yourself constantly• have students SAY info back to you• do DEMOS as much as possible• short and meaningful VIDEOS• PLAY games• let students DO activities
  15. 15. LET’S TRY A FEW
  16. 16. Planet Earth
  17. 17. Solar System
  18. 18. Milky Way Galaxy
  19. 19. Milky Way Galaxy Sun Alpha Centari
  20. 20. A Spot in the Sky
  21. 21. UNDERSTANDING OUR EARTH
  22. 22. THE EARTH IS LIKE A PEACH
  23. 23. PLATE TECTONICS
  24. 24. LET’S GET OUR PLATES ON!
  25. 25. CONCLUSIONS move apart come together slide past each other
  26. 26. Divergent Boundaries• Plates are moving apart from each other• We also term these sites spreading centers.• Form what is known as a rift valley. It is at divergent plate boundaries where new crust is created.
  27. 27. Pillow Basalts
  28. 28. Convergent Boundaries• Plates are pushing into neighboring plates.• Usually a subduction zone occurs. That is when oceanic crust crashes into and slides under continental crust.• 3 convergent boundaries can occur: –continental/oceanic crust collision –oceanic/oceanic collision –continental/continental collision
  29. 29. Transform Boundaries• Formed when two plates grind past each other.• Example: –San Andreas Fault
  30. 30. Deep Accretionary Forearc VolcanicOcean Wedge Basin ArcTrench (1) (2) (3) (4) 1 2 3 4
  31. 31. continent is created by the subduction ofoceanic crust under oceanic crust Japan Eurasian Plate Pacific Plate
  32. 32. Indo-Australia Eurasia Plate Plate Himalayas India Tibetan plateau Suture
  33. 33. Karaoke Moment
  34. 34. Practice...The wheels on the bus go round and round round and round round and round,The wheels on the bus go round and round all through the town.
  35. 35. Convection CellsThe mantle of the earthGoes round and round,Round and roundRound and round,The mantle of the earthGoes round and roundAll underground
  36. 36. Spreading CentersThe convection cells formSpreading centers Rift ValleySpreading centersSpreading centers,The convection cells formSpreading centersCreating rift valleys
  37. 37. Subduction ZonesWhen plates come togetherOne slides down, When plates come togetherOne slides down, One slides down,One slides down. We call it a subduction zone.
  38. 38. Transform FaultPlates slide past eachother at transform faultsTransform faultsTransform faults,Plates slide past eachother at transform faultsand we live next to one!S a n A n d r e a s F a u l t
  39. 39. CRUSTALDEFORMATION
  40. 40. Brittle Deformation
  41. 41. Ductile Deformation
  42. 42. UNLOADING AND EXFOLIATIONUplifting and fracturing of exterior layers of rock
  43. 43. IN A DOORWAY
  44. 44. EXFOLIATION
  45. 45. FAULTING
  46. 46. TYPES OF FAULTS• Normal fault: hanging wall moves down relative to the footwall along divergent boundary• Reverse fault: compression causes the hanging wall to move up relative to the footwall• Thrust fault: fault plane is a low angle or nearly horizontal & hanging wall is pushed up over rock• Strike-slip fault: rock on either side of the fault plane slides horizontally at transform boundaries
  47. 47. I SCRATCH YOURBACK,YOU SCRATCH MINE
  48. 48. VOLCANOES
  49. 49. BUILD THEMDRY ICE AND WATERBAKING SODA AND VINEGARDIET COKE AND MENTOS 55
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  53. 53. Igloo Video Clip 60
  54. 54. VOLCANO VIDEO
  55. 55. BRING IN THE ROCKS
  56. 56. EARTHQUAKES
  57. 57. P Waves–Primary Waves (P waves): move fastest and are recorded first • Can travel through solid & liquid • Compression waves- cause the rock particles to move together & apart along the wave direction
  58. 58. S Waves– Secondary Waves (S waves): second to be recorded • Travel only through solid material: cannot be detected on the side of the earth opposite the epicenter…Why? Can’t go through the liquid of the earth’s outer core! • Shear waves- cause rock particles to move at right angles to the wave direction 71
  59. 59. REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT
  60. 60. Types & Mountain Earthquakes Recording Results of PotpourriFormations & Plates Earthquakes Stress 100 pt 100 pt 100 pt 100 pt 100 pt 200 pt 200 pt 200pt 200 pt 200 pt 300 pt 300 pt 300 pt 300 pt 300 pt 400 pt 400 pt 400 pt 400 pt 400 pt 500 pt 500 pt 500 pt 500 pt 500 pt
  61. 61. STUMP THE TEACHER
  62. 62. PICTURE WORTH A 1000 WORDS
  63. 63. POWERPOINT KARAOKE
  64. 64. RESOURCES
  65. 65. QuestionsConcernsComments
  66. 66. Joey Silvajsilva@mychawanakee.org 209.201.9171 funwithearthscience .wikispaces.com

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