Dating rock layers worksheet
detailed lesson plans & ideas, bellwork and journal suggestions, labs and worksheets with answers, test & quizzes with answers, active learning suggestions including four Foldables, and many Team Game suggestions you can run off on colored paper. I have just started my unit on Plate Tectonics, and I tried out your Earth's layers foldable with my students this week.I have to tell you how wonderful an idea these foldables are! So, thank you for that awesome resource..one activity has convinced me that a completely active classroom is the way to go.| Teaching Weathering, Erosion, & Deposition | | Teaching the Metric System | Teaching the Water Cycle | Teaching Plate Tectonics | Teaching Earthquakes | Teaching Volcanoes | | Teaching Experimental Design | Teaching Geologic History | Teaching Weather & Climate | Teaching the Branches of Earth Science | Teaching Astronomy |You can purchase materials from STI for your classroom using a School Purchase Order!Order the Complete Program or order what you need to complete your set.I especially loved the Rock Simulation with Crayons. -March 2017First of all let me just say how much I love your lessons.I just finished Rocks and your rock cycle simulation with crayons was the best way I have ever found to teach the Rock Cycle.My kids actually get it, even my special ed students. They send almost all their inner-city seniors to college every year!
) and not only did I NOT get any grumbling, they were completely dialed in! Also includes: Volcano Images PPT, Types of Volcanoes PPT, and Hot Spots PPT.
Every single one of my 100 students was engaged in this activity - and that has NEVER happened in my 8 years of teaching. I’ve just finished using your Plate Tectonics lesson plans and the students loved it. After completing the foldable and answering the questions, the students were experts! Using your unit has added new dimension to my lessons and I'm packing in tons of activity and content into each 45-minute lesson.
lesson plans, bellwork, active learning activities and worksheets, a fun quiz, and some Team Game suggestions you can run off on colored paper. I'm so excited to teach these lessons each day as they bring fun and freshness to my day...
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Also includes: Weathering PPT, Erosion PPT, Deposition PPT, Weathering Walk PPT, Factors Influencing Weathering PPT, Soils PPT, Soil Horizons PPT, Soil Conservation PPT, and Weathering Bingo PPT. I’ve been doing something like the “Weathering Walk” for years but it just hasn’t been as productive as I would like and this sounds like a much better way. "Just wanted to drop another THANK YOU, Aunt Marcia. I made minor adjustments to the PPT so that students get a chance to guess what's coming next. " But now I limit the time they have to use their scissors (5 min) and then I take the scissors back and launch into the lesson. ] Your observation about the cut and paste worksheets being so much better than their own notes is 150% correct! Also includes: Seismic Waves & Earthquake Sound Effects PPTs!