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Intro to Earth Science: Geology- How the Earth Formed, Pangea and the Rock Cycle
Dr Pete PhD Earth Science Philosophy Geology
We look at how the Earth is made and how space dust gathered to form the Sun and Planets. Then we look at how plate tectonics formed the super continent Pangea and creates, destroys & recycles rocks. The history of Earth from start to end!
US Grade 2 - 5
PLEASE NOTE: this is a lecture style class with opportunity for questions and not an interactive "join in" class - therefore it may be more suited to advanced students and could be challenging for students who at the younger end of the age bracket. ▬▬▬▬▬▬ DISCOUNTS ▬▬▬▬▬ You can book all 8 classes in this series and get ONE CLASS FREE using this coupon and link: PETEPINTROGEOL16 ...
To discover and learn without realising it, because you are having fun! By the end of the class the student will have an in depth knowledge of the history of the Earth and how we are all literally made of stardust. We will also explore how the Rock Cyle creates, transforms and recycles the rocks formations we see around us every day. and how Pangea was formed and then seperated.
I have a BSc in Geology and an MSc in Geophysics. I have done several projects in this area and love teaching this class as it covers the fundamentals of the rock cycle and covers all the BIG geophysical processes on Earth.
This class mentions the end of the Earth far into the future which sensative students may find distressing. This class uses screen share to show PowerPoint slides with text and pictures. Some classes also show short videos. No other 3rd party tools are used.
Wikipedia is a good place to start and has many other references to follow on from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plate_tectonics https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_System The classic textbook on this is by my old Lecturer Philip Kearey: "Global Tectonics" Kearey, Klepeis & Vine - Blackwell 3rd edition 2009 And of course Nasa know a thing or two about how the Solar System was formed: https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/solar-system/our-solar-system/overview/
Meet the teacher
Hello there. I teach Earth Science and Philosophy on Outschool and am very passionate about the topics I teach. We are in the middle of Semester 1 now from September to December. But you can join any of my classes anytime. They do follow on...
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3-10 learners per class
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