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Jeopardy
Moving
How Do
Continents They Move?
That’s
Stressful
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Layers of
Earth
Earthquake
Or Volcano!
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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
center.
$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 layer of hotter,
softer rock in the
middle mantle.
$400 Answer from Layers of
Earth
What is the
asthenosphere?
$500 Question from Layers of
Earth
Studies of seismic 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 crustal plates?
$200 Question from Moving
Continents
Matching fossils on the east
coast of South America and
the west coast of Africa
provide evidence for this
theory.
$200 Answer from Moving
Continents
What is the theory of
Continental Drift?
$300 Question from Moving
Continents
I’m the place where older
crust is destroyed because
two plates converge, or
push together
$300 Answer from Moving
Continents
What is a Convergent
boundary?
$400 Question from Moving
Continents
I’m the hypothesis that proposed
that Earth’s continents were once
joined in a single landmass and
then gradually moved or drifted
apart
$400 Answer from Moving
Continents
What is the Theory of
Continental Drift?
$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?
The type of heat
transfer shown in the
diagram is also
responsible for
tectonic plate
movement.
$100 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What is convection?
$200 Question from How Do
They Move?
The edges where two of
Earth’s plates meet.
$200 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What are plate
boundaries?
$300 Question from How Do
They Move?
A place where two plates
move apart often forming
a rift valley.
$300 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What is a divergent
boundary?
$400 Question from How Do
They Move?
• This geologic
land formation
often forms
along this type
of plate
boundary.
$400 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What is a volcano?
$500 Question from How Do
They Move?
Compared to the thickness and
density of the oceanic crust, the
continental crust is this.
$500 Answer from How Do They
Move?
What is thicker and less
dense?
$100 Question from That's
Stressful
Earthquakes
release_____ that has
built up in rocks.
$100 Answer from That's
Stressful
What is stress?
$200 Question from That's
Stressful
Other than earthquakes, this
geologic event may also happen
along the ring of fire.
$200 Answer from That's
Stressful
What is volcanoes/volcano
formation?
$300 Question from That's
Stressful
In the diagram,
these underwater
mountains which
form along
divergent
boundaries are also
known as
______________ .
$300 Answer from That's
Stressful
What are mid-ocean
ridges?
$400 Question from That's
Stressful
The instrument
scientist use to record
seismic waves.
$400 Answer from That's
Stressful
What is seismograph?
$500 Question from That's
Stressful
These are the
three types of
faults.
$500 Answer from That's
Stressful
What is normal, reverse,
and strike-slip ?
$100 Question from Earthquake
and Volcano !
During an earthquake,
seismic waves carry
energy in all directions
from this.
$100 Answer from Earthquake
and Volcano!
What is the focus?
$200 Question from Earthquake
and Volcano!
Molten Rock that reaches
Earth’s surface
$200 Answer from Earthquake
and Volcano!
What is lava?
$300 Question from Earthquake
and Volcano !
Point on Earth’s
surface directly
above the focus of an
earthquake.
$300 Answer from Earthquake
and Volcano!
What is the epicenter?
$400 Question from Earthquake
and Volcano!
These six immediate volcano
events can have a catastrophic
affect on the land after an
eruption.
$400 Answer from
Earthquakeand Volcano!
What is lava flow,
volcanic ash, mudflows,
pyroclastic flows,
landslides and steam
explosions
$500 Question from Earthquake
and Volcano !
The shaking of the
ground causing soil to
act like a liquid.
$500 Answer from Earthquake
and Volcano !
What are liquefaction?
Final Jeopardy
The epicenter
of the
earthquake
can be found
at this point.
Final Jeopardy Answer
What is point C?
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