EASE Module 12 Inside the Solid Earth

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Published on 2014 December 29th

This module provides information on the structure of the Earth and how rocks and landforms are formed.
1. describe the structure of the Earth.
2. discuss formation of rocks.
3. distinguish the different kinds of rocks.
4. discuss the different movements of rocks that lead to the formation of different
5. explain the formation of the continents using evidences that support the continental drift theory, sea-floor spreading hypothesis, and plate tectonic
6. analyze the cause of the different natural phenomena such as volcanic eruption and earthquake.
7. discuss how soil is formed and transferred to other places and how it affects the environment.
8. suggest precautionary measures in cases of earthquake, volcanic activity and
other hazardous natural phenomena.

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K to 12
Grade 9, Grade 6
Earth and Space
Learners, Students
Enumerate what to do before during and after earthquake and volcanic eruptions Describe the different types of volcanoes Describe the distribution of active volcanoes earthquake epicenters and major mountain belts Describe the different types of plate boundaries Explain the different processes that occur along the plate boundaries Describe the internal structure of the earth Describe the possible causes of plate movement

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