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Changes That Shape the Earth {Aligns with NGSS 2-ESS1-1}

Changes That Shape the Earth {Aligns with NGSS 2-ESS1-1}
Changes That Shape the Earth {Aligns with NGSS 2-ESS1-1}
Changes That Shape the Earth {Aligns with NGSS 2-ESS1-1}
Changes That Shape the Earth {Aligns with NGSS 2-ESS1-1}
Changes That Shape the Earth {Aligns with NGSS 2-ESS1-1}
Changes That Shape the Earth {Aligns with NGSS 2-ESS1-1}
Changes That Shape the Earth {Aligns with NGSS 2-ESS1-1}
Changes That Shape the Earth {Aligns with NGSS 2-ESS1-1}
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This lesson plan can be used to discuss NGSS standard:
NGSS Grade 2: 2-ESS1-1:
Use information from several sources to provide evidence that Earth events can occur quickly or slowly.

This packet contains 6 photographs showing Earth events that changed the appearance of the Earth: earthquake, canyon, mountains, landslide, volcanic eruption, clearcutting. Project these images onto your classroom whiteboard to facilitate class discussion. For each slide, ask your students the following questions:

1. This land used to be flat, what do you think happened?

2. Do you think this Earth event occurred quickly or slowly? Do you think this happened in a day, a year, or over the course of millions of years?

3. How did the appearance of the land change?

Students should use the worksheet entitled “Earth Events” to record their thoughts. On this worksheet, students will record the Earth event and then determine if it occurred quickly or slowly. Second worksheet entitled, “Changes That Shaped the Earth” also provided. Students use crayons to show what the Earth looks like after a specific Earth event occurs. Teacher’s Guide with short, age-appropriate explanation of each event provided.

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