### ANALYZING DATA

```ANALYZING DATA
LG: I am learning to how to analyze data in
order to predict changes on the Earth’s surface.
The purpose is to understand why we have
earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, mid-oceanic
ridges and mountains.
Today I am showing my current understanding
of plate tectonics and how to analyze data.
LG: I am learning to how to analyze data in
order to predict changes on the Earth’s surface.
The purpose is to understand why we have
earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, mid-oceanic
ridges and mountains.
Today I am showing my current understanding
of plate tectonics and how to analyze data.
Directions:
1. Write in planner and keep it open
2. Do daily catch (warm-up)
WARM - UP
Page 12 – Math
Analyzing Data
questions 1-4
Anticipatory set
Directions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Assign group member to get materials for assignment
Try cup a and write your observations
Try cup b and write your observations
Use a Venn Diagram to record your observations
PART
P- Preview the whole situation
A- Assess similarities and
differences
R- Recognize by these similarities
and differences
T- Turn the analysis into a
summary or synthesis
Riblets: details
Spine: underlying theme
Take out Cornell notes from sect. 1.2
what you know about plate tectonics
Exit: What data did you use from
tectonics
Homework:
Cornell notes.
It is due Wednesday Sept.
17
LG: Today, I am learning how to analyze data in
order to predict changes on the Earth’s surface.
The purpose of this is to understand why we have
earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, mid-ocean ridges
and mountains.
Today I will understand that the Earth is made up of
layers and each layer has different characteristics.
WARM – UP
1. Create a title
for this graph.
2. What layers of
the Earth are
labeled in this
graph?
3. Use the graph
to
approximate
the
temperature
range of the
Inner Core
Anticipatory set:
1. Get into groups and discuss what
what needs to be tweaked. (thinkpair-share)
After reviewing your foldable why do you think that they Earth
evidence from the foldable or your textbook.
Language Goal
Mantle, Crust, Core, Lithosphere,
Asthenosphere, Lithosphere, Continental
crust, Oceanic crust, temperature, pressure,
depth
EXIT TICKET
After reviewing your foldable, compare and contrast the
mantle to the crust.
Language Goal
Mantle, Crust, Core, Lithosphere,
Asthenosphere, Lithosphere, Continental
crust, Oceanic crust, temperature, pressure,
depth
Work is not accepted unless the ABC’s
are used.
EXIT TICKET REVIEW
Compare & Contrast the characteristics of
the Mantle to the Crust.
Success Criteria
• Can identify 1 similarity & 1 difference
• Uses details to support
• Uses at least 3 vocabulary words correctly
Work is not accepted if you do
not use the ABC’s
LG: I am learning how to analyze data in order to
predict changes on the Earth’s surface.
The purpose of this is to understand why we have
earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, mid-ocean ridges
and mountains.
Today I am learning how to measure in metric so I
can make a scale model of the Earth’s layers.
WARM – UP – PAGE 12 GRAPH

Write a hypothesis using
The data in the graph.
Hint: Use the variables
Given in the graph & explain
how they are related.
WARM-UP REVIEW
Format of Hypothesis:
If __(IV)___ (increases/decreases/scientific word) then
___(DV)___ (increases/decreases/scientific word because…..
If the depth of the layer increases then the temperature will
increase because the deeper you go inside of the Earth the
more layers you have on top of you which causes the pressure to
increase.
Anticipatory set:
1. Get out a ruler and a metric stick and measure
the table/desk and write down recording
2. Discuss with group across from you on how you
measured it
METRIC SYSTEM…..
Centimeter
Millimeter
100cm
=1m
1000mm
=1m
HOW MANY CENTIMETERS ARE IN A
METER? How many millimeters are in a
meter?
1.
2. Measure your pencil in mm
Exit ticket:
Graphing skills
1. Make a bar graph using the people in
your group on who needs more practice
on using mm and who needs more
practice
2. Need to have axis properly labeled and
color coded.
I am learning how to analyze data in order to
predict changes on the Earth’s surface.
The purpose of this is to understand why we
have earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, midocean ridges and mountains.
Today I can use my measurement skills to
make a scale model of the layers of the Earth.
Warm up: Thickness of each layer of the Earth…..
How could we represent each layer in an
measurement that can be held within our science
notebook?
So how many millimeters are needed to
create an accurate proportional model of the
earth’s layers?
1 mile = 1 mm
Oceanic Crust 5 miles = ? mm
Continental Crust 25 miles =? mm
Mantle 1800 miles = ? mm
Outer Core 1400 miles=? mm
Inner Core 800 miles = ? mm
So how many millimeters are needed to
create an accurate proportional model of the
earth’s layers?
1 mile = 1 mm
Blue = Oceanic Crust 5 miles = 5 mm
Green = Continental Crust 25 miles = 25 mm
Red = Mantle 1800 miles = 1800 mm = 180cm
Yellow = Outer Core 1400 miles= 1400 mm= 140cm
Orange = Inner Core 800 miles = 800 mm = 80cm
Exit ticket:
Do a scale model of the Earth’s
layers and then share it with your
group.
I am learning how to analyze data in order to
predict changes on the Earth’s surface.
The purpose of this is to understand why we
have earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, midocean ridges and mountains.
Today I will use a variety of ways to
communicate data that explains Earth’s plates,
plate motions, and the results of plate motions
Warm up:
Watch experiment and record
analysis
Anticipatory set
Listen to video
on you tube
Make a rap,
presentation, or
graph to explain
the earth’s layers
and scale HW: If not
completed, need it
for Monday
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