No-Prep lesson!! 21-slide PPT, practice work, exit ticket, video clips, printable maps/diagrams, and an interactive student game!
I start off the lesson by having a map projected on the board. Each volcano is represented by a black dot. I have students think-pair-share as to what those black dots mean. Many come up with their belief that they are volcanoes, leading us into a discussion on plate boundaries. Five links to video clips on tsunamis, earthquakes, the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, mountains, and volcanoes are found throughout the PPT.
Students learn the motion of all three types of plate boundaries as well as the land formations and natural disasters that occur at each respective boundary.
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