Just Submitted Earth Science Files

Below are a listing of files that have been recently submitted. They are in order of newest to oldest. There are 472 files.

Earthquake Jeopardy Review
Date Submitted: 2009-04-25
A review of earthquakes, faults, and seismic waves. I break the class in to 4 groups and have them form lines. After each questions is asked and answered, I have them rotate to insure everyone gets a chance to participate

Mercalli/richter Sheet
Date Submitted: 2009-04-25
Handout primarily discussing the modified mercalli scale. Helps students understnad difference between magnitude and intensity

PPT Contour Mapping...goes With Contour Map Rules Packet
Date Submitted: 2009-04-25
This is the powerpoint lesson I use to explain how contour lines represent elevation on a map. I use this and the contour map rules packet to help them understand

Contour Map Rules
Date Submitted: 2009-03-07
This is a packet I hand out with rules of contour lines. I work through the packet with the students and draw each rule on the packet with the students.

Air Pressure & Wind Speeds (in A Tropical Storm System)
Date Submitted: 2009-03-07
Using data from Hurricane Ike students plot charts to understand the relationship of low pressue to storm severity

Ground Level Ozone
Date Submitted: 2009-03-07
Objectives: differentiate between the good and bad ozone, locate the position in the atmosphere where the good and bad ozone reside, plot monthly ozone data and understand the ground level ozone effects on humans and plants.

Date Submitted: 2009-03-07
This is an educational game based on the Selchow & Richter's, Scrabble to help students learn or review the names of rocks, minerals or fossils, etc. The two digital images on page 3 illustrate the game setup.

Study Guide For The Book "Death By Black Hole" By Neil DeGrasse Tyson
Date Submitted: 2009-03-07
This document will guide your students through the reading of the book.

Parallax Lab
Date Submitted: 2009-03-07
Students will use parallax to determine the length of their arm.

Angular Measurement Lab
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
Students will determine the angular size of their thumbs and fists so that they can be used as angular measuring tools. The students will then use their new tool to make measurements in the night sky.