Lab 8 dating of rocks fossils and geologic events answers
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you might have different rocks, rocks of the same kind, rocks of different kind. You will need to bring your 2x2 glass ONLY (plus pencil, eraser and scantron).
Streak plates, HCl bottles and a magnet will be available.
With its focus on the ancient past, archaeology somewhat resembles paleontologythe study of fossils of long-extinct animals, such as dinosaurs.After time expires (anywhere from 2-4 minutes depending on the type of Do Now and number of questions), we collectively go over the responses (usually involving a series of cold calls and/or volunteers), before I call on a student and ask them to read the objective out loud to start the lesson.As a general note, the Do Now serves a few purposes: For the sake of time, we jump right into the lab with an explanation on Index Fossils in the attached resource.I will provide you with the appropriate flowcharts and identification keys.Archeology is the scientific study of past human culture and behavior, from the origins of humans to the present.