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Melissa Bradley, M.Ed. (Curriculum and Instruction in Science Education)

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TEKS Reflection/Earth and Space_Impact of Natural Events

Using the information provided from the 9 weeks assessments. Use pencil and label to record progress. Common note mistakes are: • Confusing the crustal features caused by various types of plate boundaries • Misidentifying the relative directions that tectonic plates are moving at different plate boundaries • Not recognizing that volcanoes can be formed by both convergent and divergent plate boundaries • Misidentifying a delta as a crustal formation caused by plate tectonics • Thinking that plate tectonics is not an ongoing process • Not realizing that the same fossil evidence on separate continents means that the landmasses were once connected • Miscalculating changes in elevation when using a topographic map • Confusing the terms erosion, weathering, and deposition • Misidentifying landforms from satellite views or topographic maps • Misunderstanding that closer contour lines indicate a steeper slope

8th Grade, Science
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