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Students plot earthquakes on a map. In this lesson on earthquakes, students will explore recent earthquake activity in California and Nevada. Students will plot fault lines and earthquake occurrences on a map.
Students relate earthquakes from around the world and from Canada to places of high population density. They explore mapping tools using ArcView GIS, play the "Earthquake Guessing Game," and conduct Internet research on types of faults.
Students explore world geography by creating a scientific model in class. In this New Zealand lesson, students research the geography and fault lines of the South Island in New Zealand. Students utilize foam board, arts and crafts and a...
Students create a topography map of their area. In this earth science instructional activity, students investigate the scientific bases of local legends. They interpret different topographical and shaded-relief maps.
Learners discuss major causes of earthquakes and identify famous fault lines, access and map information about ten largest earthquakes in world from 1989 to 1998, and theorize about location of these earthquakes as they relate to Earth's...
Sixth graders investigate earthquakes and volcanoes. They demonstrate fault lines with a folded piece of paper, conduct an erosion experiment, and construct a volcano using clay, baking soda and vinegar.
Seventh graders research earthquakes and create a trifold brochure that includes information on their causes, effects, locations and what to do in the event of an earthquake.
Young scholars watch a slideshow and review various pictures, footage and maps that illustrate earthquakes and their effects. They use candy bars to demonstrate stresses and types of faults in the Earth's crust and plot information on maps.