Earth and Space Science Lesson Plan Templates in 7th Grade Science

Find free 7th Grade Science Lesson Plan Templates on Earth and Space Science.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Volcanoes
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  • Plate Tectonics
  • Middle School
Written for bottom set group as a revision aid. It includes some clips with questions also.
Shifting Earth
Social_Studies_Team 
Updated: 
2016
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What impact do tectonic plate movements have on communities? The slides can be used to prompt classroom discussion and questioning or to summarize...
Introduction to Plate Tectonics/Structure of Earth
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Students use an apple to create a tasty way to learn the structure of the Earth.
Explosion Math
Science Friday 
Updated: 
2018
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Middle School
Standards aligned
Let’s imagine that you, a self-driving car, Bertie the World’s Fastest Tortoise, and Usain Bolt are all hanging out in the same town listening to...
The Niigata Earthquake
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Resources on the 2004 Japanese Earthquake in Niigata for students to identify the causes of an Earthquake. To classify the effects of the earthquake.
How to survive an earthquake?
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This is all the resources required for one lesson (50-55 mins). The PPT is very easy to follow; but there is also a lesson plan to support it...
An intro to volcanoes
Science_Team 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Plate Tectonics
  • Middle School
Quick intro PowerPoint on Volcanoes to jog the brain before starting to look at volcanoes and igneous rocksAlso a fun word game to promote literacy...
Why are some earthquakes deadlier than others?
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This lesson allows students to draw upon their knowledge to find out why some earthquakes are deadlier than others. For this particular PPT students...
Tectonics Key word cards for display
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  • Plate Tectonics
  • Middle School
EarthquakesVolcanoes Key words for display
Peer and Self assessment of volcano model
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  • Plate Tectonics
  • Middle School
After project home work to produce volcano model students use this to assess one anothers work.