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I have been teaching Geography and History in an independent day and boarding school for over six years. I also have over a years experience teaching Sociology. For four years I assisted pupils as a special educational needs teaching assistant at university and secondary school level.I attained my teaching qualification at Durham University and I have a Bsc 2:1 (Hons) from Queen’s Univeristy Belfast where I read Geography and Sociology . I teach pupils ages 11-18 including GCSE, AS and A-Level. I am passionate about the subjects I teach and I like to provide creative and fun lessons which lead to excellent examination results.
If I understand correctly, from the map of plate boundaries and direction of the plate's movement in my book, seismic activity is associated with collisional plate boundary but there is not much explanation on this beyond this. Can someone please explain more on this? Is the level of activity less than that at a conservative margin since the plates are moving less rapidly or is there actually more activity due to the extreme pressure?
Or is it simply enough to know that they're related at A level?