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Name: ______________________________________ Year & Section: ________________ Date: _____________ Section I: Multiple Choice Choose the of the correct answer. 1. What does the Plate Tectonic Theory explain about the lithosphere of the Earth? A. It is fragmented into several segments B. The lithosphere is rotating around the mantle C. The lithosphere is not rigid and therefore flows like a fluid D. It is one whole integrated system that floats on top of the mantle 2. How many MAJOR tectonic plates are there in the Earth’s lithosphere? A. eight B. nine C. seven D. six 3. What can be traced when volcanoes, earthquake epicenters and mountain ranges are marked on the map? A. places where archipelagos exist B. countries with thin oceanic crust C. boundaries between tectonic plates D. areas prone to typhoons and storms 4. Which of these observations indicates that the Philippines has active volcanoes and a high frequency of earthquakes? a. The Philippines is near a big body of water. b. The country is far from a tectonic plate boundary. c. The country is near the boundary of two tectonic plates. d. The Philippines is located at the center of a tectonic plate. 5. What property is referred to as the ability of partially melted solid to flow like a liquid? A. Plasticity B. Flammability C. Viscosity D. Thickness SECTION II. ACRONYM PHIVOLCS - _______________________________________________________________________ PNRI - _____________________________________________________________________________ MGB - _____________________________________________________________________________

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Ring of Fire Epicenter Earthquake Magma Volcano __________________________________ 1. A sudden and violent shaking of the ground, sometimes causing great destruction, as a result of movements within the earth's crust or volcanic action. _____________________________________ 2. A mountain or hill, typically conical, having a crater or vent through which lava, rock fragments, hot vapor, and gas are being or have been erupted from the earth's crust. _____________________________________ 3. Hot fluid or semifluid material below or within the earth's crust from which lava and other igneous rock is formed on cooling. _____________________________________ 4. The point on the earth's surface vertically above the focus of an earthquake. _____________________________________ 5. A major area in the basin of the Pacific Ocean where many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur. SECTION III. HOT SPOT Arrange the correct sequence of the Erath’s layer Inner Core Crust Upper Mantle Lower Mantle Outer Core SECTION IV. MATCHING TYPE A. shares borders with the Nazca, North American, South American and Cocos plate B. the biggest plate in between the South American and Pacific plates C. between the Pacific and Eurasian plates D. a small plate underneath the South American plate E. includes the subcontinent and country of India F. shares borders with the African, Indian and Eurasian plates G. – shares borders with the Pacific, Nazca and North American and Caribbean plates