Ch.4 Test Targets Week22 - Petoskey Public Schools

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Targets for Chapter 4 Test – Plate Tectonics (Week 22 HW)
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I have my completed Chapter 4.1 class notes.
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I have placed the Chapter 4.1 notes in my 3-ring binder for the test.
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I have my completed Chapter 4.2 class notes.
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I have placed the Chapter 4.2 notes in my 3-ring binder for the test.
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I have my completed Chapter 4.3 class notes.
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I have placed the Chapter 4.3 notes in my 3-ring binder for the test.
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I can compare the 3 layers of the Earth based on their chemical composition. (p. 88)
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I can draw a pie chart showing the crust, mantle, & core as a percentage of Earth’s mass.
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I can provide the average thickness of oceanic crust and continental crust. (p. 88)
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I know I know which crust (ocean or continental) is more dense or less dense. (p. 88)
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I can compare and contrast the Earth’s inner and outer core. (p. 91)
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I can provide two details about the asthenosphere. (pp. 90-91)
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I can provide two details about the lithosphere. (pp. 90-91)
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I can provide two details about the mesosphere. (pp. 90-91)
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I can explain which layer of the earth the tectonic plates are part of and which layer they
float on. (p. 92)
I can name the “super-continent” and explain the 3 types of evidence to support it. (p. 95)
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I can explain how sea-floor spreading and convection currents provide a way for
continents to move. (pp. 97 and 99.)
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I can explain and provide an example of a transform boundary. (pp. 100-101.)
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I can explain and provide an example of a convergent boundary. (pp. 100-101.)
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I can explain and provide an example of a divergent boundary. (pp. 100-101.)
Targets for Chapter 4 Test – Plate Tectonics (page 4.)
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I can correctly match the vocabulary terms to their definition. (pp. 86-102)
a)
Two tectonic plates colliding with each other
occur in this region
b)
An example of a transform boundary
c)
Hot mantle rises and cool mantle sinks
creating a circular motion that moves plates
d)
An underwater chain of mountains
e)
Two tectonic plates sliding past each other
horizontally
f)
Pieces of the lithosphere that move around on
top of the asthenosphere
g)
Made of iron & nickel and the size of Mars
h)
When the Earth’s North and South poles
change place
i)
When tectonic plates move apart in opposite
directions
j)
Wegener’s theory that tectonic plates move
apart
k)
New lithosphere is formed near mid-ocean
ridges
l)
The region where oceanic plates sink under
the continental plates into the asthenosphere
Transform boundary
Divergent boundary
Convergent boundary
Subduction zone
San Andreas fault
Convection current
Sea-floor spreading
Continental drift
Tectonic Plates
Earth’s core
Magnetic reversals
Mid-ocean ridge
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