This Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition poster is designed to aide students in understanding that weathering, erosion, and deposition lead to the formation of new landforms. Weathering BREAKS down the rock into sediment, erosion MOVES the sediment to new places, and deposition DROPS the rock in a new place.
The Texas TEK (4.7B) is listed within the poster. The verb and nouns are highlighted in a color other then black.
Students should be read the TEK before the lesson begins. The teacher and the students should discuss the TEK; the students need to understand that the verb is what they have to do once the teacher is finished with the lesson. The nouns include, but are not limited to, the vocabulary contained within the lesson.
Once I created the poster, I used a poster maker to blow-up the original size (8.5 x 11) to a true poster size document. I hung the Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition poster at the front of my class and used this method as the ENGAGE part of my lesson. I allowed students to use the poster as a "cheat" throughout the lesson. Once I was finished with the unit, I took the Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition poster down to begin a new unit.