Physical and Chemical Weathering Introduction

Physical and Chemical Weathering Introduction
Physical and Chemical Weathering Introduction
Physical and Chemical Weathering Introduction
Physical and Chemical Weathering Introduction
Physical and Chemical Weathering Introduction
Physical and Chemical Weathering Introduction
Physical and Chemical Weathering Introduction
Physical and Chemical Weathering Introduction
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This simple activity gives all students a clear reference for what weathering is, and easily distinguishes differences between physical and chemical weathering. This gives them a framework to hold on to for the rest of the unit, and they 'get it.'

This can be done as a station activity, or a whole group lesson (like a jigsaw). I have also done it as notes, and then each 'station' being completed as a demonstration where they fill in a chart. It all depends upon the class.

Materials needed:
-computer with internet to play video clip (does not need to be with a projector; video can also be downloaded ahead of time). Links to video included.
-Calcium chloride (water softener tablets), or smarties, and a bottle with top.
- chalk, vinegar, small beaker or bowl
- rusty nails
- limestone or marble, HCl in dropper bottle, magnifying glass (can also be done with another piece of chalk, or through another video clip if needed).

Great for a variety of ages.

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Weather, Erosion, and Deposition Unit Pack

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