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Subject:GeographyTopic:Internal forces and processes of the earthSub-topic: Plate TectonicsAttainment target:Gain knowledge and understanding of the physical and human processesand forces that shape the patterns of the Earth’s surface and influence the distribution of people.Instructional materials:Laptop, videos, PowerPoint, Pictures, Google classroom, Printed mapPrior knowledge:Students should be able to:Identify the main components of the Earth’s structureDescribe the characteristics of the core, mantle, and crust.Understand the concept of continental drift.Specific Objectives:At the end of the lesson students should be able to:Define the concept ‘Plate Tectonics’Explain possible reasons the Earth’s crust moves.Describe the types of plate boundaries.Label major continental and oceanic plates.EngagementThe lesson will begin with a 10-minute recap of the previous lesson. This is done to provide eachstudent with a prior knowledge of the topic, thus providing a foundation for which the newlesson will build on.To ensure maximization of the time the teacher will utilize guided questionand statements to steer the discussion.What is Pangaea?The theory of continental drift states….

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Term
Spring
Professor
Robert Ritchie

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