Earth Unit - DIYs6.10.A Students will build a model to illustrate the structural layers of Earth, including the inner core, outer core, mantle, crust, asthenosphere, and lithosphere.6.10.C Students will identify the major tectonic plates, including Eurasian, African, Indo-Australian, Pacific, North American, and South American.6.10.D Students will describe how plate tectonics causes major geological events such as ocean basins, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and mountain building.8.9.A Student will describe the historical development of evidence that supports plate tectonic theory.8.9.B The student will relate plate tectonics to the formation of crustal features.8.9.C The student will interpret topographic maps and satellite views to identify land and erosional features and predict how these features may be reshaped by weathering.DIYS 6.11 ADIY #1Convection Currents BAV1.) Click on the link :Convection Current BAV2.) Copy BAV into your Science Notebook.DIY #2Layers of Earth Notes1.) Click on the link :Layers of Earth Notes2.) Copy Layer of Earth Notes into your Science Notebook.DIY #3Layers of Earth Diagram1.) Click on the link: Layers of Earth Diagram2.) Pick up your copy to fill out/color.3.) When done, fold in half and glue into your Science Notebook.DIY #4BrainPop- Earth's Structure1.) Click on the link: http://www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/earthsstructure/preview.weml2.) Log in. Username: Alvinisd043 Password: brainpop3.) Watch the video for Earth's Structure.4.) Pick up a copy of the quiz and complete while watching the video.5.) Check answer key and make corrections.6.) Fold and glue into your Science Notebook.DIY #5Convection Currents Video1.) Click on the link: http://youtu.be/MmMX83diwl02.) In complete sentences, describe two things you learned from this video in your Science Notebook.DIY #6Reading Science! Layers of Earth1.) Click on the link: Reading Science! Layers of Earth2.) Pick up the questions that go with this article out of the basket DIY #63.) Complete assignment and check your answers.4.) Fold in half and glue into your notebook.When you're done with DIY #1-6...DIYS 6.11 CDIY # 7Tectonic Plate BAV1.) Click on the link: Plate Tectonics BAV2.) Copy into your Science Notebook.DIY #8Tectonic Plate Notes1.) Click on the link: Tectonic Plate Notes2.) Complete the notes in your Science Notebook.DIY #9Reading Science! Tectonic Plates1.) Click on the link: Reading Science! Tectonic Plates2.) Read the entire article.3.) Pick up the questions that go with article from DIY #9 basket.4.) Answer questions, check answer key, make changes.5.)Fold and glue into your Science Notebook.DIY #10Tectonic Plate Map1.) Pick up a Tectonic Plate Map from DIY #10 basket.2.) Locate and fill in ALL of the plates with the correct names using Pg. 285 of your Science book.3.) Check with my answer key. Fold in half and glue into your notebook.DIY #11BrainPop- Tectonic Plates1.) Click on the link: http://www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/platetectonics/2.) Watch the video.3.) Pick up the BrainPop Quiz from DIY basket #114.) Complete the quiz. Check your answers. Fold and glue into your notebook.GO TO THIS website and complete when you've finished DIY #11...There will be a class discussion and notes over this information...BE prepared to answer questions!!When you've finished...You may click on any of the following links.1.) Ring of Fire- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJS7hGMr0Ws2.) Continental Drift- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrKTuCDierMDIYS 6.10 DDIY #126.10 D Vocabulary1.) Click on the link: 6.10 D Vocabulary2.) Copy vocabulary into your Science NotebookDIY #13Plate Boundary Foldable1.) Click on the link: Tectonic Plate Boundary Foldable2.) Copy EXACTLY like mine. MUST be colored too.3.) Fold and glue into your Science Notebook. An example will be displayed by answer keys.DIY #14The Theory of Plate Tectonics1.) Get a Science Book from counter2.) Pick up worksheet from DIY #14 basket.3.) Read pages 284-292 and answer the questions4.) Check your answers with my answer key and glue in worksheet to our notebook.DIY #15What Happens at Boundary Lines?1.) Click on the link: Geological Events at Boundary Lines2.) Copy the notes into your Science Notebook.DIY #16BrainPop-Earthquakes1.) Click on the link: http://www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/earthquakes/2.) Pick up a quiz and complete it. Check my answer key. Fold and glue into your notebook.DIY #17BrainPop-Volcanoes1.) Click on the link: http://www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/volcanoes/2.) Pick up the quiz and complete it. Check my answer key. Fold and glue into your notebook.DIY #18BrianPop- Tsunami1.) Click on the link: http://www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/tsunami/2.) Pick up the quiz and complete it. Check my answer key. Fold and glue into your notebook.