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Lesson 8 - Unit 1 - book 6 - consequences of plate movements

Unit 1 - Book 6 - Restless Earth

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Unit 1 - Book 6 - Restless Earth

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Today's Lesson 
To do:


- Layers of the Earth 
- Plate tectonics 
- Different movements
Goals: 

- You know the three layers of the Earth 
- You know what happens when plates move.
- You know the different names 


Slide 2 - Tekstslide

What are the names of the plate movements?

Slide 3 - Woordweb

Divergent means a plate is....
Moving towards another plate
Moving away from another plate
Sliding past another plate

Slide 4 - Poll

Convergent means a plate is....
Moving towards another plate
Moving away from another plate
Sliding past another plate

Slide 5 - Poll

Transform means a plate is....
Moving towards another plate
Moving away from another plate
Sliding past another plate

Slide 6 - Poll

Oceanic plates are lighter than continental plates
True
False

Slide 7 - Poll

Remember: plate tectonics 

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Earthquakes
Earthquakes
Volcanoes
Volcanoes
Tsunami
Trench (kloof)
Mountains

Slide 10 - Sleepvraag

Note: What forms where?
Divergent: 
Moving away --> Trench (kloof/geul) + magma can rise 
and form small but peaceful volcanoes.

In between of the two plates, new land 
is formed
when the magma cools.




Slide 11 - Tekstslide

Note: What forms where?
Convergent: 
Moving towards --> plates crash
--> Earthquakes / volcanoes

Mountains can form on land or 
volcanoes are formed when pieces
of the plate start to melt and rise up.


Slide 12 - Tekstslide

Note: What forms where?
Transform:
Moving past each other / sliding.
--> Earthquakes 

Plates that slide next to each other
might get stuck. Tension (spanning)
builds and when it 'snaps', 
an Earthquake can happen. 

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Homework
Find 5 facts about Earthquakes or volcanoes (or both) and write them down in your notebook. 

Slide 14 - Tekstslide