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Monday, November 3rd
  • Entry Task
  • Decide if the following sentences are true. If
    they are write them down as is, if they are not
    correct them.
  • Weathering can be caused by mechanical and
    chemical processes
  • Soil builds up entirely from weathered rocks.
  • Weathering proceeds most quickly in warm, dry
    areas.
  • Schedule
  • 5.1 reading, notes, and questions

Objective I can understand that forces wear down
and build up Earths surface
  • Homework
  • 5.1 RSG
  • Please have on your desk
  • Chapter 4 crossword

2
Tuesday, November 4th
  • Entry Task
  • Answer the following questions using full
    sentences, IQIA
  • What four things cause erosion of small rock
    particles?
  • What force causes mass wasting, mudflows, slump
    and creep?
  • Explain a real life situation where you may have
    observed erosion
  • Explain a real life situation where you may have
    observed deposition
  • Schedule
  • Chapter 5 vocabulary

Objective I can understand important vocabulary
terms about erosion and deposition
  • Homework
  • Complete Vocabulary
  • Please have on desk
  • 5.1 RSG

3
  • Erosion
  • Deposition
  • Mass wasting
  • Drainage basin
  • Divide
  • Floodplain
  • Alluvial fan
  • Delta
  • Sinkhole
  • Glacier
  • Till
  • Moraine
  • Kettle lake
  • Vocabulary
  • Questions
  • Page 155
  • 1-6
  • Use full sentences, IQIA
  • Do in NOTEBOOK

4
Wednesday, November 5th
  • Entry Task
  • Skim over 5.2 and Answer the following questions
    using full sentences, IQIA, the best that you
    can.
  • Explain 3 ways water shapes land.
  • True or False? Water shapes land only on Earths
    surface. If false, rewrite a correct statement.
  • What does slope (how steep) of a hill or mountain
    have to do with how water shapes it?
  • Schedule
  • 5.2 Read/RSG

Objective I can identify the different land
features made by moving water.
  • Homework
  • 5.2 RSG
  • Please have on desk
  • Chapter 5 Vocabulary

5
Thursday, November 6th
  • Entry Task
  • Answer the following question using full
    sentences, IQIA.
  • Why is fertile land often found on flat land
    around rivers?
  • Why do caverns form in areas with limestone?
  • What do you call curves and bends in a stream
    channel?
  • Schedule
  • 5.2 notes

Objective I can identify the different land
features made by moving water.
  • Homework
  • 5.2 Take home quiz
  • Please have on desk
  • Chapter 5 vocabulary
  • 5.2 Questions

6
Moving Water Shapes Land
7
Streams Shape Earths Surface
  • The land is always higher than the water.
  • Water always runs downhill
  • This shapes the land by erosion and deposition

8
Drainage Basins and Divides
  • Drainage basin- area of land in which water
    drains into a stream system
  • Divide-ridge from which water drains to one side
    or the other

Drainage basin
Divide
9
Streams
Streams form
  • Stream is any body of water that flows down a
    slope along a channel.
  • Streams form from melting snow/ice or rainwater
    fall

10
Streams
11
Valleys
  • Valleys are formed as streams flow and carry
    sediment from the surface of the land.
  • This occurs in high areas and create V-shaped,
    straight, and narrow valleys

Valley
12
Valleys
13
Floodplain
  • Area of land on either side of a stream that is
    underwater when the stream floods.
  • When streams flood a lot of the sediment carries
    by the stream is deposited in the floodplain.
  • They are very fertile

Floodplain
14
Floodplains
15
Stream Channels
  • As land flattens, streams and rivers widen and
    take curvier paths
  • Meanders-curves and bends that form a twisting,
    looping pattern in a stream channel
  • Moving water erodes the outside bank and deposits
    sediment inside the banks
  • May shift position over many years
  • Oxbow lakes- may form during floods where the
    stream may cut a new channel to bypass a meander.

16
Stream Channel
Oxbow lake
Meanders
17
  • Meanders
  • Oxbow Lakes

18
Delta
  • Area of land formed by the buildup of sediment at
    the end (mouth) of a river
  • When a river enters an ocean, the water slows
    down and the river drops much of its sediment
  • This sediment gradually builds up to form a plain
    (can be fan shaped and extremely large)

19
Delta
20
Deltas
21
Alluvial Fans
  • A fan-shaped deposit of
  • sediment at the base of
  • a mountain
  • Forms when streams
  • leave steep valleys and enter flatter plains
  • Fan is created when a stream slows down at the
    base and drops some of its sediment at the base
    of the slope

22
Water Moving Underground
  • Water can soak into the ground and become
    groundwater
  • Beneath the soil space can become completely
    filled with water.
  • Top of this area is the water table
  • Below water table is groundwater
  • Water table is different according to time and
    location-can change

23
Watertable
24
Caverns
  • Erosion takes place with this moving underground
    water.
  • Acidic rainwater can dissolve and carry away
    rocks that contain limestone.
  • Over time, open spaces are produced-CAVES!
  • Large caves are called caverns
  • Sink holes are formed when the roof of a cave is
    too thin to support the weight on the surface

25
Caverns and Caves
26
Sinkholes
27
Sinkholes
28
Sinkhole
29
Sinkhole
30
Friday, November 7th
  • Entry Task
  • Draw a map of a river.
  • Label the river with an arrow to show its
    direction of flow.
  • Add three small streams that join the river.
  • Label each stream with an arrow to show its
    direction of flow.
  • What is the difference between a drainage basin
    and a divide?
  • How do streams change as they flow from mountains
    down to plains?
  • Schedule
  • Creating Stream Features Lab
  • Objective
  • I can understand the process of erosion and
    deposition
  • Homework
  • Finish the lab packet
  • Please have on desk
  • 5.2 Take home quiz
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