5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- what causes an earthquake?
- composite volcanoes
- How do many earthquakes happen?
- why don't volcanic mountains look the same?
- a melted rock inside the Earth
- b mediun sized mountains with steep peaks and gently sloping sides
- c the sudden build up and release of energy in rocks
- d where plates are moving past each other
- e because each type of eruption forms a different type of mountain
5 Multiple choice questions
- measures the movement and the damage that the earthquake has caused
- past each other, toward each other, away from each other
- melted rock that reaches the Earth's surface
- a mountain that forms when red-hot melted rock flows through a crack onto the earth's surface
5 True/False questions
earthquake → where most earthquakes occur, which is where crust along which rock move
seismograph → an instrument that records earthquake waves
shield volcanoes → mediun sized mountains with steep peaks and gently sloping sides
vent → melted rock that reaches the Earth's surface
faults → where most earthquakes occur, which is where crust along which rock move