In these documents, teachers are given two examples of a similar activity. Think about how you can modify activities to make them more or less structured using these examples, and try them out in the classroom!
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Sea Ice, Glaciers, and Sea Level Rise lesson (.PDF)
Sea Ice, Glaciers, and Sea Level Rise – more structured (.DOC)
Sea Ice, Glaciers, and Sea Level Rise – less structured (.DOC)
Students draw the location of ancient coastlines onto a bathymetric contour map.
Mapping Ancient Coastlines
In this activity, students use paper models to understand how seafloor spreading and alternating magnetic poles record evidence of plate tectonics.
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A Model of Seafloor Spreading