Presentation on theme: "The Rock Cycle and Rocks"— Presentation transcript:
1 The Rock Cycle and Rocks Rock Cycle FoldableThe Rock Cycle and Rocks
2 Fold the flaps in and label each as follows :: Left side flaps = The Rock Cycle, and Forces and EnergyRight side flaps = Igneous Rocks, Sedimentary Rocks, Metamorphic Rocks,FoldFoldIgneousRocksThe Rock CycleSedimentaryRocksForcesAndEnergyMetamorphic Rocks
3 Categories The Rock Cycle Forces and Energy Igneous Rocks Sedimentary RocksMetamorphic Rocks
4 The Rock Cycle Flap- Left side For the flap labeled “Rock Cycle”, you should have the following elements on the left side:Define rockList the 3 groups of rocksList 2 points about how minerals relate to rocksDefine what is magma and what is lava
5 Rock Cycle Flap- Right side On the right side of the Rock Cycle section, you must:Draw the steps in the rock cycleLabel each stepLabel what happens in-between each stepDraw arrows showing directions of the cycleDraw arrows showing alternate paths
6 Forces and Energy Flap Define constructive force List constructive forcesDefine destructive forceList destructive forcesList the three processes that interact to cause rocks to changeDefine weatheringList the 2 sources of energy that drive the rock cycle
7 The Rock Flaps- Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic List the formations of each rock typeList the elements that can be found in each rock typeList and describe the classifications of each rock typeDRAW at least TWO of each type of rock in their respective sectionsUSE COLOR
8 Sedimentary extrasList and describe additional features of “some sedimentary rocks” (pg. 78)Layers… what do they tell?Ripple marks… what do they tell?Fossils- what are they, what do they tell?
9 Metamorphic ExtrasList and describe each of the agents of metamorphism (there are 3)Make sure you define each of them
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