If you are looking for a LEARNING UNIT about LANDFORMS and TECTONIC MOVEMENTS, here is a great pack, containing an eBook, activity, quiz, glossary and posters.
This unit focuses on the landforms of the earth´s crust, the internal and external processes that have been happening for millions of years, and the tectonic plates’ movement.
The eBook, provided as a PDF, can be printed out or used in its digital form for slide presentations. In addition, it is combined with a glossary where students can find simple definitions of the new vocabulary.
The printable infographics offer explanations of certain concepts and corresponding strong visual representations. The infographics can be used as classroom posters to reinforce students’ comprehension, enabling them to retain course material.
The quiz and the classroom activity have a double use: an evaluation tool of knowledge and skills, and a self-assessing tool for students. The classroom activity gives students an opportunity to develop different skills and competences, as well as to apply and extend their knowledge.
• The different landforms and types of topography
• Major continents and mountain ranges
• The structure of the Earth’s crust and the different types of movements of tectonic plates
• The internal and external geological processes
• The interaction between humans and the natural disasters
Earth’s surface, landforms and bodies of water unit contains:
• Key Concepts About the Earth’s Surface – A PDF handbook with key definition and explanations
• Glossary of the Earth’s Surface – A PDF reference guide that explains new vocabulary
• Poster: Map of the Earth’s Crust - A poster of a world map showing tectonic plates and continents, highlighting the highest and deepest point of the Earth’s crust
• Poster: Internal and External Processes – A conceptual map detailing the different types of processes that shape the Earth’s crust from the inside and from the outside
• Quiz: Earth’s Surface – 10 printable questions to review and assess students’ knowledge
• Poster: A Planet in Constant Change – An infographics that visually demonstrate the differences between the processes of weathering, erosion, transportation and sedimentation
• Classroom activity: Human Beings and the Earth – A group activity, encouraging students to investigate, reflect and debate about the relationship between humans and the earth
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