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Time and Earth History Socratic Questions part of Socratic Questioning:Examples
Time and Earth History sample Socratic questions and answers. -

Biosphere Socratic Questions part of Socratic Questioning:Examples
Sample Socratic questions and answers regarding the biosphere. -

Earth Surface Socratic Questions part of Socratic Questioning:Examples
Earth surface processes sample Socratic questions and answers. -

Oceans Socratic Questioning part of Socratic Questioning:Examples
Oceans Socratic questions and answers. -

Quicksand Questions: Short In-class Activity part of Interactive Lectures:Examples
Student learning on quicksand is assessed during lecture with questions posed by the instructor and responses given with classroom response systems. -

Starting Out With Earth History part of Interactive Lectures:Examples
Distribute a blank geologic-history timeline to pairs or small groups of students at the start of an Earth History unit or course and ask them work together to fill it out as best they can. -

Mapping Plate Boundaries part of Interactive Lectures:Examples
Students can discover plate boundaries by plotting different sets of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions on maps. These are then stacked on the overhead projector, outlining the tectonic plates. -

Ocean Stratigraphy Challenge part of Interactive Lectures:Examples
A 15-20 minute think-pair-share activity interpreting a deep-sea sediment core combining concepts from oceanography, sedimentology, and plate tectonics. -

Order It Up! part of Interactive Lectures:Examples
A think-pair-share activity which involves putting solar system bodies in order based on various statistics: escape velocity, distance from the sun, mass, etc. -

Question of the Day: Writing an Abstract part of Interactive Lectures:Question of the Day
The purpose of this activity is to help you identify key components of a science paper, and clarify the purpose and content of an abstract. A good abstract is just a brief description of the contents of a paper. ...