5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- the force that pulls the continent
- scientific theory
- heat from the mantle and core
- size, composition, temperature, and pressure
- a Heat from what source in Earth causes convection currents?
- b What four things do each layer of earth differ in?
- c What evidence could Wegener not provide to support his idea?
- d a well-tested concept that explains a wide range of observations
- e the super continent that joined all present-day continents together
5 Multiple choice questions
- the uppermost part of the mantle and the crust together form this part of Earth
- heat transfer between materials or between materials that are touching
- sections of the lithosphere that fit together along cracks
- a scientist who hypothesized that all the continents were once joined together in a single landmass and have since drifted apart
- a layer of hot rock
5 True/False questions
faults → breaks in Earth's crust where rocks have slipped past each other
inner core → a dense ball of solid metal
crust, mantle, core → a layer of molten metal that surrounds the inner core
plate tectonics → sections of the lithosphere that fit together along cracks
divergent boundary → where two plates come together and collide