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Jeopardy
Moving
How Do
Continents They Move?
That’s
Stressful
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Layers of
Earth
Earthquake!
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Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Layers of
Earth
This is the order of the
4 main layers of earth
from the outside to the
middle.
$100 Answer from Layers of
Earth
What is Crust,
Mantle, Outer
Core, and Inner
Core?
$200 Question from Layers of
Earth
This is the rigid layer
that includes the upper
part of the mantle and
the crust.
$200 Answer from Layers of
Earth
What is the
lithosphere?
$300 Question from Layers of
Earth
This layer
of Earth is
the most
dense.
$300 Answer from Layers of
Earth
What is the inner core?
$400 Question from Layers of
Earth
The asthenosphere
can be found
between these two
layers of the earth.
$400 Answer from Layers of
Earth
What is the crust
and the mantle?
$500 Question from Layers of
Earth
Studies of earthquake
waves have helped
scientists determine the
structure of this.
$500 Answer from Layers of
Earth
What is Earth’s
interior?
$100 Question from Moving
Continents
Earth’s lithosphere is
broken into separate
sections called these.
$100 Answer from Moving
Continents
What are plates?
$200 Question from Moving
Continents
Matching fossils on the east
coast of South America and
the west coast of Africa
provide evidence that these
two continents were once this.
$200 Answer from Moving
Continents
What is connected?
$300 Question from Moving
Continents
This is the name of the
supercontinent that began
to break apart between 200
and 300 million years ago.
$300 Answer from Moving
Continents
What is Pangaea?
$400 Question from Moving
Continents
This best explains
why these freshwater
Mesosaurus fossils
are found in some
rock layers in both
South America and
Africa.
$400 Answer from Moving
Continents
What is the continents
were once connected
as one single
landmass?
$500 Question from Moving
Continents
The process that
continually adds new
material to the ocean
floor is called this.
$500 Answer from Moving
Continents
What is sea-floor
spreading?
$100 Question from How Do
They Move?
This type of
heat transfer
is show in the
diagram.
$100 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What is convection?
$200 Question from How Do
They Move?
Crustal plate movements
are believed to be caused
by these in the Earth’s
mantle.
$200 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What are convection
currents?
$300 Question from How Do
They Move?
Compared to the
temperature of Earth’s
crust, the temperature of
Earth’s interior is this.
$300 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What is higher (hotter)?
$400 Question from How Do
They Move?
These are two of the geologic
features or events that may result
from the movement of crustal plates.
$400 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What are earthquakes,
volcanoes, rising magma,
faulting, mountains, folding,
trenches, plates move apart,
new landforms, mid-ocean
ridge, tsunami, and island?
$500 Question from How Do
They Move?
Compared to the thickness of the
oceanic crust, the continental
crust is this.
$500 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What is thicker?
$100 Question from That's
Stressful
This type of stress
pushes crustal plates
together.
$100 Answer from That's
Stressful
What is compression?
$200 Question from That's
Stressful
Other than earthquakes, this
geologic event may also happen
in the darkened areas.
$200 Answer from That's
Stressful
What is volcanoes/volcano
formation/volcanic eruption,
subduction, mountain
formation, trenches, faulting,
tsunamis?
$300 Question from That's
Stressful
In the
diagram,
crustal plate
movement
causes this
to move.
$300 Answer from That's
Stressful
What is San Andreas
Fault?
$400 Question from That's
Stressful
This type of stress
pulls on the crust
where two plates are
moving apart.
$400 Answer from That's
Stressful
What is tension?
$500 Question from That's
Stressful
Because stress
is a force, it
adds this to
rock.
$500 Answer from That's
Stressful
What is energy?
$100 Question from Earthquake!
During an earthquake,
seismic waves carry
energy in all directions
from this.
$100 Answer from Earthquake!
What is the focus?
$200 Question from Earthquake!
The movement
of the tectonic
plates is
represented by
these in the
diagram.
$200 Answer from Earthquake!
What are arrows?
$300 Question from Earthquake!
Faulting of the rock
in Earth’s crust is the
cause of most of
these on Earth.
$300 Answer from Earthquake!
What are earthquakes?
$400 Question from Earthquake!
Where lithospheric plates
meet at boundaries, this
happens to cause earthquakes.
$400 Answer from Earthquake!
What is the plates slide
by each other?
Also acceptable: The plates move,
faulting, the plates collide, or the
plates separate.
$500 Question from Earthquake!
Movement of Earth’s
crust along plate
boundaries produces
these.
$500 Answer from Earthquake!
What are earthquakes?
Final Jeopardy
The epicenter
of the
earthquake
can be found
at this point.
Final Jeopardy Answer
What is point C?
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