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Physical Geog-Earthquakes & Tsunamis I

Students will learn to understand that earthquakes have causes and effects that are classified as either human and/or physical which are either short or long term. By testing a hypothesis, students will try to find reasons why some earthquakes are more catastrophic than others.


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The Gujurat earthquake

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Students will learn to understand that earthquakes have causes and effects that are classified as either human and/or physical which are either short or long term. By testing a hypothesis, students will try to find reasons why some earthquakes are more catastrophic than others. ;

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Starter worksheet

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Students will learn to understand that earthquakes have causes and effects that are classified as either human and/or physical which are either short or long term. By testing a hypothesis, students will try to find reasons why some earthquakes are more catastrophic than others. ;

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Classification - The Gujurat earthquake worksheet

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Students will learn to understand that earthquakes have causes and effects that are classified as either human and/or physical which are either short or long term. By testing a hypothesis, students will try to find reasons why some earthquakes are more catastrophic than others. ;

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Hypothesis testing - the impact of earthquakes worksheet

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Students will learn to understand that earthquakes have causes and effects that are classified as either human and/or physical which are either short or long term. By testing a hypothesis, students will try to find reasons why some earthquakes are more catastrophic than others. ;

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Teacher's Guide - Earthquakes and Tsunamis p1

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Students will learn to understand that earthquakes have causes and effects that are classified as either human and/or physical which are either short or long term. By testing a hypothesis, students will try to find reasons why some earthquakes are more catastrophic than others. ;

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Teacher's Guide -Earthquakes and Tsunamis p2

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Students will learn to understand that earthquakes have causes and effects that are classified as either human and/or physical which are either short or long term. By testing a hypothesis, students will try to find reasons why some earthquakes are more catastrophic than others. ;

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Posted by Finnian Fitzpatrick on 29/12/2011 at 09:41

I liked this because it shows plate distribution

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Posted by Valerie Anderson on 23/04/2010 at 01:05

Just getting to this and looking forward to using it.

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Posted by Claire Cowling on 22/09/2008 at 22:15

Good opportunities to use primary sources to understand the impact of volcanic eruptions. Possibilities for discussion and debate regarding those that are affected by earthquakes. String links with English in creative writing activities; pupils have to express their own opinions.

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