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Module 4 Learning Summary (23 points) (7 points) Compose a short (2-3 paragraphs) summary of what you learned in this module. Be sure to write about: what you learned and questions you may still have your reaction to particular ideas presented in this module and any “aha” moments that may have occurred to you connections between what you’ve learned and how you might use this information in your professional or personal life Note: Be as specific as possible about your learning and include one or two examples of how this module changed the way in which you think about the earth . This Module opened my eyes to many different things, such as why earthquakes happen the way they do and expanded my knowledge about plate tectonics. I specifically learned about Divergent, Convergent and Transform plate boundaries and how they are constantly in motion. The plate tectonics have affected the way the earth was formed since the beginning of time. The first form of land was a supercontinent called of Pangaea with later broke apart because of these plates. This is amazing to know that once all the continents used to be one. Although this description of the plate tectonics is very broad, scientist have been able to scope out how exactly these plates affect the land we stand on. An example of evidence is is paleomagnetism which are rocks that formed millions of years ago and contain record of the direction of the magnetic poles. It is amazing to know that magma from millions of years ago has allowed us to figure out which way the land moves. This module allowed me to learn how to find how far the continents have moved. This section also allowed me to learn how old exactly islands are because of Hot Spots and Plate Velocities. Submit the above portion to the discussion board. Complete the portion below before you turn in your work to the drop box. (9 points) Scored original paper, listed points earned on each problem, added the correct answer in a different color or font (track changes is suggested) and submitted to the drop box as an attachment (click on the assignment in the weekly module to get to the drop box). Additionally, write your final score in the text submission portion. (7 points) After you correct your first submission and discuss it with others, add a paragraph explain what you learned when grading your paper. What did you miss? Why did you miss the questions that you did? Do you now undertand why the correct answer is what it is? How did others help you understand the material ? Note that to earn credit for this portion, you must have discussed the material with others. ________

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