Lessons for Erosion and Deposition

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  • "Weathering" Heights - … during the process of weathering, erosion, and deposition. 2. Explain how weathering, erosion, and deposition are related. 3. Explain how weathering, erosion, and deposition change Earth's surface. Additional … during the process of weathering, erosion, and deposition. 2. Explain how weathering, erosion, and deposition are related. 3. Explain how weathering, erosion, and deposition change Earth's surface.Additional …
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  • River's Path - … will investigate and observe the effects of weathering, erosion, and deposition. Students will investigate and observe the effects of weathering, erosion, and deposition.Students will investigate and observe the effects of weathering, erosion, and deposition. Additional Learning …
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  • Weathering Erosion Deposition - … up and torn down by physical and chemical weathering, erosion and deposition. Weathering Erosion Deposition Test.docx Weathering Erosion Deposition Test Answers.docx Learning Objectives: What should students know and … 's surface is built up and torn down by physical and chemical weathering, erosion and deposition. Weathering Erosion Deposition Test.docx Weathering Erosion Deposition Test Answers.docx ACCOMMODATIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS …
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  • The Wedding of a Mountain - … weathering, E for erosion, and D for deposition. In this lesson, students learn the distinctions of the three processes of weathering, erosion, and deposition. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards SC.D.1.3.1 The student knows that mechanical and chemical activities shape and reshape … look for signs of weathering, erosion, and deposition. They can record their findings on a particular date and return to the site a few …
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  • Earthmovers! - … what causes erosion and deposition?" Allow students time to fill in the section "Two types of erosion are:" on their worksheets. (wind and water) Follow … showing before and after pictures of a landscape that has been affected by erosion. Draw a series of pictures illustrating weathering, erosion, and deposition. Create clay images of mountains showing before and after erosion. Language Arts …
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  • Ever Changing Earth - … :Describe and give examples of ways in which Earth's surface is built up and torn down by physical and chemical weathering, erosion, and deposition. Belongs … ? The students will be able to identify and describe the difference between physical and chemical weathering, erosion, and deposition. Prior Knowledge: What prior knowledge should … reshaped using the processes learned in this lesson (physical and chemical weathering, erosion, and deposition). Suggested Technology: Computer for Presenter, Interactive Whiteboard, LCD Projector …
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  • The Changing Earth - … journals Rulers and tape measures 1 digital camera per group (optional) Web Sites Processes of River Erosion, Transport, and Deposition Earthquakes Weathering and Erosion Earthquakes for … -off parts of the mountain and deposit them in other places in the room. Introduce the terms weather, erosion and deposition and write them on the board. Explain that, like in this simulation, weathering breaks down rocks into smaller and smaller pieces …
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  • I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet - … soil and water conservation office. Encourage students to ask a representative from the office to identify the primary local concerns about erosion and deposition and … some problems caused by erosion and deposition? How can erosion and deposition be beneficial? Why would the government want to regulate how often and in what manner … common source of erosion? What are the slowest working forms of erosion and deposition? Why should people be concerned about erosion and deposition? How does erosion and deposition affect the …
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  • Weathering and Erosion Splashdown - … and causing it to crumble. Acid rain, plant acids, carbonation, and oxidation can cause chemical weathering. Erosion, the transportation of weathered materials, and deposition, the deposit of these materials in a new location, are processes that often occur together. Erosion and deposition can be caused by various factors. Gravity pulls rocks down slopes, wind and running water pick up and carry loose …
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  • Blowing and Flowing - … For Teachers: Erosion and deposition are opposite processes in geology. Erosion wears things down and deposition builds things up. Erosion is the wearing down and change of a landscape due to the effects of water, wind, or glaciers. Depositionerosion because the eroded materials are deposited somewhere and affect the landscape. Deltas are an example of deposition. Erosion changes the landscape, sometimes dramatically. Wind erosion
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