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Flood Curves Lecture Tutorial part of Cutting Edge:Teaching Methods:Lecture Tutorials:Examples

This Lecture Tutorial worksheet guides students through thinking about the effects humans have on infiltration, and how that effects the duration and severity of floods. It is designed to be used in groups after a brief lecture introducing surface and ground water flow into a stream.

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Ocean Crust Ages Lecture Tutorial part of Cutting Edge:Teaching Methods:Lecture Tutorials:Examples

Students work on this Lecture Tutorial worksheet on ocean crust ages in groups during lecture. It directly confronts misconceptions students have about the patterns of ages of the ocean crust, and interpretations that can be made.

The Function of Stegosaurus Plates Lecture Tutorial part of Cutting Edge:Teaching Methods:Lecture Tutorials:Examples

After a short lecture, groups of students complete this Lecture Tutorial worksheet on the different hypotheses of the function of Stegosaurus plates. The worksheet is designed so students examine different lines of evidence, and they must choose the best interpretation(s).

Rock Types on Other Planets Lecture Tutorial part of Cutting Edge:Teaching Methods:Lecture Tutorials:Examples

The design of this short Lecture Tutorial worksheet allows students to make predictions of what rock types they would expect to find on other planets. After a brief lecture, students work in groups to answer the questions to help them understand the conditions of formation for the three rock types.

Earth's Surface Features Lecture Tutorial part of Cutting Edge:Teaching Methods:Lecture Tutorials:Examples

This Lecture Tutorial worksheet is designed for students to work on in groups after the students have learned about basic surface features and how they relate to planets in general. The tutorial is designed to help students look at these simple features and realize that they are not independent features, but instead are related to the planet as a whole.