This is a complete lesson plan, with answer key and step by step implementation guide. It includes 4 stations for each factor affecting deposition, a data table, and summary questions.
These are hands-on stations with readily available household type materials. They can be done as a jigsaw activity, where each group does a short (or more involved) presentation on their station. They can be done as a rotation where each group or each person goes to each station.
salt, water, chalkboard or other hard, dark surface, graduated cylinders, ruler, stopwatch, beads or rocks/minerals of different sizes and similar composition, clay or other materials that can be made into different shapes, galena and calcite, or other materials of very different density.
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Weather, Erosion, and Deposition Unit Pack
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