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Does plate motion have a pattern?
ORC# 10419
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Resource Type: Content Supports -- Activities and rich problems
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: In order to answer the critical question, "Does plate motion have a pattern?" students view a map with earthquake locations and then another with volcano locations and look for patterns in their distribution.? Students are also required to read?a topographic map, investigate the locations of seafloor sediments, earthquakes, and volcanoes, and? analyze the data they gather.?...
672
Why can?t I feel plate movements?
ORC# 10418
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Resource Type: Content Supports -- Activities and rich problems
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: In order to answer the critical question, "Why can't I feel plate movements?" students?convert the speed of a very slow snail (0.000023 m/s) into cm/yr and then?determine the speed of plates and compare the two calculations.? This is one of five critical questions designed to help students answer the essential question, "?Am I really living on...
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Catching the Drift
ORC# 10417
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Resource Type: Content Supports -- Activities and rich problems
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: This inquiry asks the essential question, "Am I really living on a moving plate?" Students build scientific knowledge and process skills as they work to answer the five related critical questions. Each critical question addresses a different aspect of the essential question....
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How do we prepare for spills and dispose of them?
ORC# 10416
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Resource Type: Content Supports -- Activities and rich problems
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: Students collect information and make presentations that answer the?critical question, "How do we prepare for spills and dispose of them?"??They use their information?as a basis to identify the kinds of materials or substances that are classified as hazardous, as well as the most up-to-date acceptable methods for disposal of these wastes.? "How do we prepare for...
675
What are the risks and benefits of potentially hazardous substances?
ORC# 10415
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Resource Type: Content Supports -- Activities and rich problems
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: Students investigate various chemicals used in agriculture, construction, or manufacturing to answer the critical question, "What are the risks and benefits of potentially hazardous substances?" This is one of five critical questions designed to help students answer the essential question, "How should we deal with hazardous spills and waste?" See "Clean It Up!," ORC # 10371,...
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What do I need to know about hazardous waste in my community and in Ohio?
ORC# 10413
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Resource Type: Content Supports -- Activities and rich problems
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: Students investigate rules and regulations for transport, storage and disposal of hazardous waste, identify hazardous chemicals that are commonly used in their area, and research local spills to answer the critical question, "What do I need to know about hazardous waste in my community and in Ohio?" This is one of five critical questions designed to...
677
What makes a substance hazardous?
ORC# 10411
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Resource Type: Content Supports -- Activities and rich problems
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: Students investigate solution concentration, toxicity, and exposure pathways to answer the critical question, " What makes a substance hazardous?" This is one of five critical questions designed to help students answer the essential question, "How should we deal with hazardous spills and waste?" See "Clean It Up!," ORC #10371, for a complete description of this inquiry...
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How can we identify the substance or substances involved in a spill?
ORC# 10410
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Resource Type: Content Supports -- Activities and rich problems
Discipline: Science
Professional Commentary: Students conduct a qualitative analysis of four unknown powders to answer the critical question, "How can we identify the substance or substances involved in a spill?" This is one of five critical questions designed to help students answer the essential question, "How should we deal with hazardous spills and waste?" See "Clean It Up!,"...
679
Clean It Up!
ORC# 10371
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Resource Type: Content Supports -- Activities and rich problems
Discipline: Science