Learning Focus: What are the different types of plate boundaries?

Learning Outcomes What: Learn the three main types of plate boundaries How: Create a table to compare 3 types of boundary. Analyse pictures to identify the different plate boundaries Why: To be able to explain what plate movements take place at each boundary

Key Words Plate Boundary

Constructive

Conservative

Destructive

Recap • Do you remember what this shows? • How many major plates are there in the world? – Is it: 4, 9, 20?

Task: Complete your table by recording the information you learn from these animations. The first the section on constructive plate boundaries. Name of the boundary Constructive Destructive Conservative

What is happening here?

What features do you find here?

Rift Valley, East Africa

Mount Vesuvius, Italy

Haiti, Earthquake in 2010

Class Vote!

a few centimetres How fast do you think these per year plates move? .

1. a few miles a year 2. a few meters per year 3. a few centimetres per year

DEMONSTRATE Complete the tasks to increase your understanding of plate boundaries 1. Create a sketch of each of the plate boundaries shown opposite. 2. Write what type of plate boundary it shows. 3. Extension task: Underneath each picture describe what is happening at that boundary.

Picture 1 Picture 2

Constructive Which of the 3 plate boundaries do you think these pictures are showing? Conservative

Extension: Explain why you think this.

Homework • Write a short diary entry from the point of view of 1 plate boundary. • Think about… – What is your name? – What do you do? – What do you create? – How do you feel?

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Learning Focus: What are the different types of plate boundaries?

Learning Outcomes What: Learn the three main types of plate boundaries How: Create a table to compare 3 types of boundary. Analyse pictures to identify the different plate boundaries Why: To be able to explain what plate movements take place at each boundary

Key Words Plate Boundary

Constructive

Conservative

Destructive

Natural Hazards Lesson Four

Natural Hazards Lesson Four