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In this lesson, students will use a simulation to explore the relationship between continental drift and seafloor spreading.
Published on January 07, 2014
In this lesson, students will move the continents from their present day locations on the earth’s surface to their location in the supercontinent Pangaea.
Published on January 09, 2014
In this lesson, students will discover fossils at various locations on the earth’s continents.
In this Science Nspired module, students will explore the topic of Cycling of Earth’s Materials through simulations, formative assessments and summative assessments. This Lesson Guide is a TI-Nspire PublishView™ document.
This Science Nspired Bell Ringer introduces the topic of Cycling of Earth’s Materials by asking students to consider how cliff formations of the Shetland Isles may have formed over time. The Bell Ringer is a TI-Nspire PublishView™ document.
Published on January 14, 2014
In this lesson, students will make observations of weathering and erosion by waves and gravity. Students will use their observations to match the actions of the waves to the processes that shape the earth.
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