Tectonic plates move along side one another, smash into one another, or pull apart form one another. This graphic is an approximation of Earth's tectonic plates. Drag the handle of the magnifying glass to inspect different plate boundaries to discover how they move against one another.
Covers: what are plates? How do they move? What are the three types of plate boundaries?
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Earth's Tectonic Plates.
To encourage students’ critical thinking about vocabulary concepts, to allow students to reflect on their knowledge of individual vocabulary words, and to increase vocabulary comprehension using the Vocabulary Self-Rate.
Using Ice Age 4 as a starting point, students will learn about the East African Rift Valley and evaluate the potential for a new ocean
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