Volcano Lesson

Volcano Lesson

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  • RING!!!
  • Okay, now, who would like to read first? How about you, Billy Bob Jr?
  • Hello, class! Today, we are studying volcanoes. Go take some books from the shelves.
  • So, like, there's, totally like, four, like, parts of the, like, volcano? And like, it's, like, the magma chamber, where the volcano, like, stores the magma? Then there's the pipe, where, like, the magma reaches the vents?
  • And then there's, like, the vents, where, like, the magma exits the volcano, and, like, turns into lava? And, like, the last one, is, like, the crater? And, like, the crater is the part at the top of the volcano?
  • Thank you, Billy Bob Jr. Anybody else? How about you, Blergenschmerg?
  • There are three different states of volcanoes: active, dormant, and extinct. Active volcanoes are volcanoes that can erupt, dormant volcanoes aren't active, but can become active later, and extinct volcanoes cannot erupt.
  • We'll continue the lesson tomorrow. Remember to put the textbooks back!
  • RING!!!
  • Very good! You both seem to know a lot. Would --
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