This two-sided, full-page test is about stresses acting upon the Earth’s crust and the deformations that result. There are five sections. In the first section, students circle the term in the pair that happens first in the chronologic sequence. In the second section, students draw and label the parts and movement of a normal fault, a reverse fault, a fold with an anticline and a syncline, and a rift valley formation. In the third section, students unscramble words to write coherent definitions of integral geologic terms. In the fourth section, students circle all of the answer choices that are true about the term for each question. In the last section, students circle the answer not correct about the vocabulary term. I assigned point values for questions in each section. This document is editable. This document could also be used as a study guide with an alteration of section valuation. I included a two-page answer key.
Other key terms covered in this exam are foot wall, hanging wall, thrust fault, lateral (strike-slip fault), dome, compression, tension, shearing, plateau, fracture, magma, and uplift.
I also have a crust, stress, and landmass deformation crossword puzzle, review guide, and interdisciplinary word unscramble definition writing activity available that complements this exam.