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Activity A Get the Gizmo ready, Sliding plates Select BOUNDARY A. Question What happens when plates slide past one another. 1 Observe Boundary A is a transform boundary The arrows below the BOUNDARY A label. will move the plates Click the left arrow once to see how the plates move. How would you describe the motion of plates in a transform boundary. The house moves further in the distance and the layers thinned out or flatten and one new one appears. 2 Sketch Draw a bird s eye view of the plate boundary before and after the plate motion. Draw an arrow to show which way the plate moved, Before movement After movement. 3 Locate Turn on Show location Where on Earth can you find this type of boundary Note. You can refer to a world map or atlas for location names. west side of North America north side of Africa or south of Europe west or east side of India north of South America and southwest of. south America also south east and east of South America. Highlight these locations on the map below, Activity B Get the Gizmo ready. Colliding Turn off Boundary name and Show location. continents Select BOUNDARY B, Question What happens when two continents collide. 1 Observe Boundary B is an example of a convergent boundary where two plates are. moving toward one another When the two plates both contain continental crust it is called a. collisional boundary Click the left arrow four times to see how the plates move. How would you describe the motion of plates in a collisional boundary. The plates are colliding together and creating the land to crunch up one way a mountain forms. 2 Sketch Draw a side view of the plate boundary before and after the plate motion Draw an. arrow to show which way the plate moved, Before movement After movement.
3 Locate Turn on Show location Where on Earth can you find this type of boundary Note. You can refer to a world map or atlas for location names. north of Saudi Arabia north of India north east of Asia. Highlight these locations on the map below, Activity C. Get the Gizmo ready, Oceanic crust, Turn off Boundary name and Show location. meets continental, Select BOUNDARY C, Question What happens when ocean crust collides with continental crust. 1 Observe Boundary C is another type of convergent boundary called a subduction zone. Click the left arrow four times to see how the plates move. How would you describe the motion of plates in a subduction zone. The plates make magma lava build up inside of a volcano and makes the volcano erupt. 2 Sketch Draw a side view of the plate boundary before and after the plate motion Draw an. arrow to show which way the plate moved, Before movement After movement. 3 Locate Turn on Show location Where on Earth can you find this type of boundary Note. You can refer to a world map or atlas for location names. west of South America north of South America west of North America south of Laos east of china. Highlight these locations on the map below, Get the Gizmo ready.
Activity D, Turn off Boundary name and Show location. Spreading plates, Select BOUNDARY D, Question How is new crust formed. 1 Observe Boundary D is a divergent boundary Click the right arrow four times to see how. the plates move, How would you describe the motion of plates in a divergent boundary. The plates make magma come out of the ocean floor and makes new land bumpy after cooling. 2 Sketch Draw a side view of the plate boundary before and after the plate motion Draw an. arrow to show which way the plate moved, Before movement After movement. 3 Locate Turn on Show location Where on Earth can you find this type of boundary Note. You can refer to a world map or atlas for location names. west of South America west of North America west of Africa east of Africa south of Africa south of Australia. Student Exploration Plate Tectonics Vocabulary collisional boundary convergent boundary crust divergent boundary earthquake lithosphere mantle plate plate tectonics subduction zone transform boundary volcano Prior Knowledge Questions Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo 1 Volcanoes are openings in Earth s crust where lava gas and ash can erupt Where are active volcanoes

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