Discusses the different types of magma and the relationship between the factors leading to different kinds of eruptions, volcanoes, and igneous rocks.
What determines lava flow? Students explore this question through experimentation with viscosity of liquids.
Students measure the viscosity of various liquids through a hands-on lab. Worksheets are included for students to record data, analyze results, and calculate the standard deviation.
Student Data Table Worksheet for use with the Viscosity Lesson Plan Lab.
Reviews the composition of lavas and types of eruptions.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Magma Composition at Volcanoes.
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.
Come up with questions about a topic and learn new vocabulary words to determine answers using an Ask, Answer, Learn table.
Using Cameroon's Lake Nyos disaster as a case study, students will analyze the cause, demonstrate what happened, and compare to Lake Mammoth
Students will look at live webcams of volcanoes around the world, picking a few to research in further depth.
Researchers learn about how magma moves by descending into an empty magma chamber in Iceland.
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These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Magma Composition at Volcanoes.