Whose "fault" is it?
1) Have students view the powerpoint and answer the questions on the notes
2) Have students visit the Types of Faults (animation) website and have them
view each type of fault. Make sure they view the animations more than once so
that they understand what they are watching.
3) Have students color and cut out fault model. Do this as a class so that
everyone is together. Tape model together and have them cut it in half along
the dotted line. Students will then use the fault model to visualize the types
of fault motion and answer the questions on the activity worksheet.