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Mr. Wagner Guy Pierre

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Draw & Order (BrainPOP)

1. Watch this movie = https://www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/platetectonics/ 2. Complete this worksheet with the DRAWING tool, by researching the appearances of the landmasses 3. Explain your answers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_supercontinents "In the early 20th century, a scientist named Alfred Wegener called this supercontinent Pangaea. He thought different chunks of it broke off and slowly moved apart. Over millions of years, they formed the continents we know today. Wegener couldn't explain why Pangaea split up, or how. But there was some evidence to support his idea. Fossils from similar plants and animals had been found oceans apart. The age and type of rock layers matched up, too. Wegener's theory of continental drift provided an explanation. It's the engine driving the constant transformation of our planet's surface. Plates have been bouncing off each other for eons. The oceans have expanded and contracted."

8th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Science, History
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