Earth and Space Science Presentations in Middle School Science

Find free Middle School Science Presentations on Earth and Space Science.
Finding And Using Rocks
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2016
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Introductory PowerPoint identifying where rocks come from and what some rocks can be used for.
Quarrying and mining for metal ores
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Document with images of quarries for use in a presentation. Activity worksheet for students to complete during a carousel; place the different metal...
Coasts and Hazards Keywords
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Words and definitions regarding plate tectonics; rocks; weathering and erosion. These are keyword posters; with one keyword and definition per sheet...
The Flow of Lava
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2016
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Students design and then investigate the effects of the factors which influence the runniness of treacle (lava).
How Does Sandstone Form?
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Students learn:To be able to describe how sedimentary rock is formed To be able to describe the characteristics of sedimentary rock To explain the...
How are Rocks Moved?
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2016
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
The student learn that rock fragments become sediment grains. They also learn how sediments are eroded; transported and deposited by flowing water;...
Igneous Rocks Presentation
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Presentation to be used when teaching about igneous rocks.
costal erosion
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2016
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Images to show how the coast line has disappeared over time
The Big Picture: An Introduction to the Basics of Geology
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
This lesson was made by me, a geology student at the University of Canterbury. I presented it to a group of 100 advanced students at Cobham...
Zooming In: A Geologic Case Study of Kaikoura Peninsula
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
This lesson was created by me, a geology student at the University of Canterbury, specifically for New Zealand students. It includes a discussion of...