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A visual assignment to offer when teaching about earthquakes and the Richter scale. The Richter scale diagram is not that hard to create even for artistically-challenged students and gives a visual representation of increasing intensity as the Richter scale value increases. A grading rubric is included to assess the diagram and a quick charades review activity is described that your students will enjoy seeing you act out!

A student activity sheet is provided for a bar graph that plots the number of earthquakes in the top ten states in the U.S. Graph paper is provided and a mapping activity also accompanies the bar graph.


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    Dr. David PurvisAfter obtaining a PhD in Microbiology, I switched careers and became a middle school and elementary science teacher because I loved kids. Almost thirty years later I have taught science in some context to every grade level from pre-K to college education classes. My store offers rigorous resources that align meaningful content, an inquiry approach, NGSS standards, and student interest.


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