Provided (STRONGLY recommended) resources for assembling the
Cross Sectional Scale Model Earth
on NoteBook Paper
Summative Assessment = (XS-SME-NBP)

Test rubrics / assembly instructions:

***Scale Model Earth - NoteBook Paper - Cross Sectional Model (SME-NBP-XSM) Grading CheckList (√List-Rubric)***

***Scale Model Earth - NoteBook Paper - Cross Sectional Model (SME-NBP-XSM) Grading Graphic Organizer (GO-Rubric)***

***Scale Model Earth - Exit Verbal Exam Items***

ReGrade Requirement - only ONE allowed!

Text & Shared Class Notes:

***Scale Model Earth Walk Through Model***
(use for Earth radius value) (provides potential score of 2 or 3 depending on precesion & verbal knowledge)

- EE-71-79 = 2.4 - "What do Scientists Know About the Earth's Interior"? = ( D(g/ml) collected meaning class notes)

- EE-80-82 = Density Lab (More to Learn)

- EE-86-87-LS2.5.1 = "What is the Structure of the Earth?"

- OnLine Text PDFs = Its About Time Project Based Inquiry Science
student logon = McMsci
student pw = Stem4u!
- Select "Everchanging Earth" Text

if no luck, try <RIGHT CLICK> or <CONTROL CLICK> on the link, then select <SAVE LINK AS>, and download the <.PDF> file to your desktop. <DOUBLE LEFT CLICK> the <.PDF> file to launch it in the seperate Adobe Acrobat Reader Application.

Still no joy = download free Acrobat Reader, install, reboot, try above steps again.

Suggested URLs from the Provided Resources above (when in doubt, look here first):

- USGS General Background

- Wiki Earth

- UAF GeoPhysInst-Temps& Composition

- Enchanted Learning

- Annenberg

- U. of CO GeoPhysics

- KnowledgeDoor Composition of the Mantle & Crust ( search seperately)

- ALL Provided/Suggested Tectonics URLs

Research (online & using your text & HandOuts), design, and create a . . .

that fits on a standard 8.5" x 11" PAPER.
Don't try to get you map all the way to the edge of the paper . . .

YOU MUST USE A DIAMETER OF 20cm ON YOUR PAPER, AND USE ONLY METRICS (Km, mm, g/cc, C). at specific locations.

SHOW YOUR COMPLETE CALCULATIONS on the back of your map (how you calculated your scale, & how you calculated map distance for every layer), and put the map scale you used on the front side, bottom right corner of your paper.

DO NOT compare your effort to Bennies!

You must draw the depth / thickness to scale of (mm : Km) and lable your map with the following information for credit:

start cross sectional map with:
a) outer boundary of Earth's surface
b) scale calculations
c) one additional layer - either core-up or surface-down

(done = p1 + p2 + p3 + p4)

Next, add remaining of all 5 layers, and start adding temperature and density ranges.

(done = p1 + p2 + p3 + p4)

Finally, complete your lables for each layer of your model:
1) real life thicknesses (Km)
2) scaled thicknesses (mm)
3) density ranges top to bottom for each layer (g/cc)
4) temperature ranges top & bottom for each layer (C)

105 test points {35 items x 3pts. ea.})
Thickness, or cord distance in Kilometers, and scale distance on the map in mm, of:
1) Crust
2) Lithosphere
3) Mantle
4) Outer Core

& the radius of the:

5) Inner Core
6) Composition / materials present / chemistry for each layer
7) Location of Hi/Lo Temperature for each layer (in degrees Celcius)
8) Location of Hi/Lo Density for each layer
(in g/cc = g/ml = g/cm^3)

9) FUNCTION of each layer in creating and maintaining the surface environment on Earth - geo-hydro-atmo-bio-spheres.
(EE-86-87-LS2.5.1-More to Learn - Earth Systems)

2016 Test Run in class:
1) HomeWork & 7am help available (not required)
2) Open Notes / Internet / Text
3) Work in LabQuads
4) When in doubt, ask Mr.J. in class
5) Each person is exclusively responsible for their own learning / product.

Guided StartUp = Tu06Dec2016
Day 1 = We07Dec2016
Day 2 = Tr08Dec2016
Day 3 = Fr09Dec2016
Day 4 = Mo12Dec2016
Day 5+6 (blocks) = Tu13+We14Dec2016
Day 6.5 = Tr15Dec2016
Day 7.5 = Fr16Dec2016
Verbal Exit Exams = Tu13-Fr18Dec2016

ReGrade Requirement - only ONE allowed