Arguing for Continental Drift
Subjects: Science, Language Arts, Classroom Tools
Player Mode: Multi, Simultaneous, Single
User Access: Parent, Student, Teacher
Aligned with Common Core Standards: ELA-Literacy RI.6.8, SL.6.2, SL.6.3, SL.6.4.
California State Science Standards: 6ES1.0, 6ES1.a, 6ES1.b, 6ES1.c.
Students will discover the reasoning behind Alfred Wegener's theory of continental drift using a geology activity. They will then either take his voice and place at a meeting of his colleagues, or they will be one of Wegner's colleagues and argue against continental drift. Students will anticipate and plan for the counterarguments of the other side and be ready to debate!
Included: Teacher guide, student support resources, continental drift activity, video, a feedback from peers, reflection.
Also supports online editing to modify the project to your needs. Everyone in your group can access/collaborate on the app together to track progress.
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