Earth’s Changing Surface chapter showcase student’s ability to:
• Explain how weathering and erosion affect Earth’s surface
• Identify what causes chemical and mechanical weathering
• Describe the composition of soil, and explain how it forms
• Identify the roles of plants and animals in soil formation
• Describe the process that wears down and builds up Earth’s surface
• Explain how water erosion is mainly responsible for shaping the surface of the land
• Explain how glaciers cause erosion and deposition
• Identify features that result from deposition and erosion by waves
Earth’s Changing Surface includes the following concepts:
• Soil Formation
• Erosion and Deposition: Wind & Water
• Erosion and Deposition: Mass Movement & Glaciers
Each concept shares:
• Actual photos of both the INPUT and OUTPUT pages of Science Interactive Notebook
• Instructions on how to create/use/complete activity for OUTPUT side
• Mini-Quizzes for each concept to check students’ understanding
• Answer Keys for all mini-quizzes
• Appendix with Teacher Notes for Interactive Notebook in LARGE print.
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