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  • Hello class! Today we will be learning about weathering and erosion! Who can tell me what weathering is?
  • Weathering is when rocks, soil, and minerals get broken down.
  • Erosion is the action that removes soil, rock, or dissolved material from one location, and then transports it to another. 
  • Yes, Jimmy, you're correct. Now what is erosion?
  • Great, John! Now the main difference between the two is that weathering occurs in place, where erosion involves movement to a different location.
  • Now, does anyone know what types of weathering there is?
  • Yes,  I know one type, chemical. Chemical weathering breaks down with chemical change. For example carbonation­!
  • Yeah, I do Mrs. Red. It is mechanical weathering. It works slowly and physically breaks rocks, or material, into pieces.
  • Olivia, nice job. Who knows the other type of weathering?
  • Very good! 
  • What is an example of mechanical weathering?
  • An example would be freeze and thaw. It's where water seeps into a rock, freezes over time, and when it melts, the water then cracks the rock into pieces.
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