Tectonic Plates and Tectonic Plate Boundaries (student notes)

Tectonic Plates and Tectonic Plate Boundaries (student notes)
Tectonic Plates and Tectonic Plate Boundaries (student notes)
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This work page has 34 fill-in-the-blank questions for students to answer about tectonic plates and tectonic plate boundaries

Question topics include, but are not limited to:
-the major tectonic plates
-3 plate boundaries (divergent, convergent, transform)
-oceanic and continental crust
-seafloor spreading, subduction zones,
-supercontinent Pangaea

If your school has a STEMscopes adoption, this material aligns exactly with pages 95-100 of the 6th grade adopted textbook STEMscopedia. However, if you do not have this textbook adoption, a full answer key is included and these notes can still definitely work with your unit on plate tectonics.

This work page can be used whole class, as independent practice, student notes, as a partner or table activity, in small group, for research, as homework, or as an assessment.

The file for download is a zipped file that includes PDFs of both the worksheet and an answer key, as well as editable versions of the student page and the answer key.

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Tectonic Plates and Tectonic Plate Boundaries (student notes)
Tectonic Plates and Tectonic Plate Boundaries (student notes)