Download Do Now - Barren County Schools

Survey
yes no Was this document useful for you?
   Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Document related concepts

Geophysics wikipedia, lookup

History of geology wikipedia, lookup

Geology wikipedia, lookup

Plate tectonics wikipedia, lookup

Large igneous province wikipedia, lookup

Oceanic trench wikipedia, lookup

Transcript
Teacher: Susan Hammer
Lesson Plans - Dates: 1/17 – 1/21
Grade/Subject: 7th grade Science
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Do Now
Do Now
EQ-What is the theory of plate tectonics? What are the
forces that drive sea-floor spreading and subduction?
EQ- What are tectonic plates? What causes plate
movement? What are the three types of plate boundaries?
OBJ- I can demonstrate understanding of sea-floor
spreading and subduction by completing a visual of
both with 80% or higher accuracy.
OBJ- I can demonstrate understanding of plate boundaries
by completing a graphic organizer of the boundaries with
80% or higher accuracy.
Instructional Strategies:
Methods/Activities –
 Students will read about plate tectonics, paste
notes into their notebook, and highlight the
key points.

After discussion of plate tectonics, students
will draw and label visuals of subduction and
sea-floor spreading.
Instructional Strategies:
Methods/Activities –
 Discuss the following: tectoinic plates, plate
boundaries, movement of plates, and what causes
plate movement
 Student will create a graphic organizer that
describes each of the three plate boundaries.
(convergent, divergent, transform)
Evaluation:
EXIT SLIP
Notes pasted in notebook/highlighted key points
Visuals of subduction and seafloor spreading
Evaluation:
EXIT SLIP
Graphic organizer of Plate boundaries
Thursday
Friday
Do Now
EQ- What occurs as a result of the forces in the earth’s
crust?
OBJ- I can demonstrate understanding of forces in
earth’s crust by completing graphic organizers of
faulting, folding, and stresses with 80% or higher
accuracy.
Do Now
Do Now
EQ- What are tectonic plates? What causes plate
movement? What are the three types of plate
boundaries?
OBJ- I can demonstrate understanding of plate
boundaries by completing a graphic organizer of
the boundaries and creating a puzzle of the Earth’s
plates with 80% or higher accuracy.
Instructional Strategies:
Methods/Activities –
 Discuss the following: tectonic plates,
plate boundaries, movement of plates, and
what causes plate movement
 Student will create a graphic organizer
that describes each of the three plate
boundaries. (convergent, divergent,
transform)
 Students will paste notes in their
notebook and will highlight key points.
 Students will also be given a plate
boundary puzzle to put together and paste
in their notebook. Students must label the
type of boundary at each plate.
Evaluation:
EXIT SLIP
Graphic organizer of Plate boundaries
Notes pasted/highlight key points
Plate boundary puzzle/label type of boundaries
Additional Information:
Instructional Strategies:
Methods/Activities –
 Discuss the following: convection currents,
forces in earth’s crust, stresses, faults, folds
 Students will paste notes into their notebook
and highlight key points
 Students will complete a graphic organizer
that describes faults, folds, and stresses.
Evaluation:
EXIT SLIP
Graphic organizer of stresses, folds, faults
Notes pasted/highlight key points
NO SCHOOL-SNOW