We keep on working to make the blog flow.

I know you do not know exactly how to upload your work as a post. We keep on working on that, make sure you follow these steps:

  1. I guess  that first you have to sign up in wordpress through the link that I sent you.
  2. After that I can add you as contributors.
  3. Then you should be able to contribute with a post to the blog.  I guess that now Angela and David are already contributors of our blog, as soon as you are as well, try to post anything, just try.

Anyway, by the end of this week (Deadline: 30 October) you must have your task done, if we don´t manage to upload it personally then you will have to send it to me attached in an email.

Deadline: 30 October

  1. The internal structure of the Earth.
  2. Methods to study the interior of the Earth.
  3. The Continental Drift theory (Alfred Wegener, importance and evidences)
  4. The theory of plate tectonics I (importance and proofs)
  5. The theory of plate tectonics II (Plate boundaries and orogenies)
  6. The theory of plate tectonics III (Convection currents, asthenosphere, hotspots)
  7. Volcanoes I (types and differences)
  8. Volcanoes II (parts and materials)
  9. Earthquakes (main concepts and scales)
  10. Folds (parts and types)
  11. Faults (parts and types)
  12. Glossary I – referring to points 1 to 6 (at least 30 terms with links and images)
  13. Glossary II – referring to points 7 to 11 (at least 30 terms with links and images)

All these works (except 12 and 13) should include

  • a brief abstract
  • a detailed and personal composition in which main concepts must be underlined –and remember: personal means not a copy paste work-,
  • and then some images and reference links too.

Those working on tasks 12 and 13 are the only ones allowed to do copy paste work, on the other hand they have to add the web reference for any of the terms defined, at the end they have to present a group of some webs to be used as a geology reference, these works must include at least all the terms underlined in the rest of compositions so they cannot be presented as complete until everybody has finished.