Guided practice

1. Identify the name of the plate from the latitude and longitude (page 5 ESRT)

42°N, 85°W

52°N, 111°E

20°S, 162.4°W

59°S, 66°E

2.Write in the latitude and longitude of the following hot spots (page 5 ESRT)

Hawaii Hot Spot:

Yellowstone Hot Spot:

Galapagos Hot Spot:

St. Helena Hot Spot:

Iceland Hot Spot:

3. Which compass direction(s) would you have to travel to get from the Galapagos Hot Spot to the St. Helena Hot Spot?

4. In your notebook, compare and contrast the three types of plate boundaries and find an example of each.

1. Identify the name of the plate from the latitude and longitude (page 5 ESRT)

42°N, 85°W

52°N, 111°E

20°S, 162.4°W

59°S, 66°E

2.Write in the latitude and longitude of the following hot spots (page 5 ESRT)

Hawaii Hot Spot:

Yellowstone Hot Spot:

Galapagos Hot Spot:

St. Helena Hot Spot:

Iceland Hot Spot:

3. Which compass direction(s) would you have to travel to get from the Galapagos Hot Spot to the St. Helena Hot Spot?

4. In your notebook, compare and contrast the three types of plate boundaries and find an example of each.

1. Identify the name of the plate from the latitude and longitude (page 5 ESRT)

42°N, 85°W

52°N, 111°E

20°S, 162.4°W

59°S, 66°E

2.Write in the latitude and longitude of the following hot spots (page 5 ESRT)

Hawaii Hot Spot:

Yellowstone Hot Spot:

Galapagos Hot Spot:

St. Helena Hot Spot:

Iceland Hot Spot:

3. Which compass direction(s) would you have to travel to get from the Galapagos Hot Spot to the St. Helena Hot Spot?

4. In your notebook, compare and contrast the three types of plate boundaries and find an example of each.

1. Identify the name of the plate from the latitude and longitude (page 5 ESRT)

42°N, 85°W

52°N, 111°E

20°S, 162.4°W

59°S, 66°E

2.Write in the latitude and longitude of the following hot spots (page 5 ESRT)

Hawaii Hot Spot:

Yellowstone Hot Spot:

Galapagos Hot Spot:

St. Helena Hot Spot:

Iceland Hot Spot:

3. Which compass direction(s) would you have to travel to get from the Galapagos Hot Spot to the St. Helena Hot Spot?

4. In your notebook, compare and contrast the three types of plate boundaries and find an example of each.

Try Now

1. Open your reference tables to page 5, Tectonic Plates. Which tectonic plate is New York on?

2. On the opposite side of the Earth from the prime meridian (0°) is the international date line (180°). Which three plates lie on the International Date Line? (page 5 ESRT)

1. Open your reference tables to page 5, Tectonic Plates. Which tectonic plate is New York on?

2. On the opposite side of the Earth from the prime meridian (0°) is the international date line (180°). Which three plates lie on the International Date Line? (page 5 ESRT)

1. Open your reference tables to page 5, Tectonic Plates. Which tectonic plate is New York on?

2. On the opposite side of the Earth from the prime meridian (0°) is the international date line (180°). Which three plates lie on the International Date Line? (page 5 ESRT)

1. Open your reference tables to page 5, Tectonic Plates. Which tectonic plate is New York on?

2. On the opposite side of the Earth from the prime meridian (0°) is the international date line (180°). Which three plates lie on the International Date Line? (page 5 ESRT)

Exit ticket

1. Which hot spot is nearest to 18°S, 4°W?

2. Is the Tasman Hot Spot west or east of the prime meridian?

3. Come up with a hypothesis for what the difference is between a trench and a ridge.

1. Which hot spot is nearest to 18°S, 4°W?

2. Is the Tasman Hot Spot west or east of the prime meridian?

3. Come up with a hypothesis for what the difference is between a trench and a ridge.

1. Which hot spot is nearest to 18°S, 4°W?

2. Is the Tasman Hot Spot west or east of the prime meridian?

3. Come up with a hypothesis for why places like California have a lot of volcanoes and Earthquake while New York has almost none based on the map of tectonic plates.

1. Which hot spot is nearest to 18°S, 4°W?

2. Is the Tasman Hot Spot west or east of the prime meridian?

3. Come up with a hypothesis for why places like California have a lot of volcanoes and Earthquake while New York has almost none based on the map of tectonic plates.