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Mineral Identification Foldable Materials: -4 pieces of copy paper -Scissors -Colored Pencils
Flap 1: Color Picture Definition Why does color change?
Flap 2: Luster Picture Definition 3 types of luster
Flap 3: Streak Picture Definition Materials for test
Flap 4: Cleavage and Fracture Picture of Cleavage Picture of fracture Definition of cleavage Definition of fracture
Flap 5: Hardness Mohs Hardenss scale Definition
Flap 6: Density Picture Definition How is it measured?
Flap 7: Special Properties Name and Picture
Rubric Mineral Foldable Rubric Name: Color (labeled) Definition Picture Why does color change? _______/4 Luster Definition Picture 3 Types of luster _______/4 Streak Definition Picture Materials for test _______/4 Cleavage/Fracture Definition of cleavage Definition of fracture Picture of cleavage Picture of fracture _______/4 Hardness Definition Moh’s Harness Scale _______/4 Density Definition Picture How is it measured? _______/4 Special Properties 6 properties listed Picture of 6 properties _______/4 Neatness/Colored _______/4 Total __________ /36 = _________
Bell Work: 9/21/11 What are four things that you know about minerals?
Chapter 5 Vocabulary Minerals of the Earth’s Crust Name: _________________________ Period: ________.
Do Now – SILENTLY! Take out your agenda Sheet, Science folder, packet, and 2 pencils 1. What is a mineral? (Write all 5 characteristics) 2. Draw a picture.
Minerals. What is a Mineral? A mineral is inorganic. Minerals are naturally occurring. Minerals are solids. Minerals have a crystal structure. Minerals.
Minerals Mr. Skirbst Earth Science Topic 22. Minerals Naturally occurring, inorganic solid that has a definite chemical composition and crystal structure.
7 th Grade Science. Minerals A mineral is Naturally occurring Inorganic or not dead material Solid Crystal Structure Definite chemical composition
What they are, how they form, and how we use ‘em.
Minerals Essential question: What makes a mineral?
Describe the properties that are used to identify minerals.
MINERALS OF THE EARTH’S CRUST. 1 POINT What is a mineral?
Which statement is best supported by the Moh’s Mineral Hardness Scale ◦ A fingernail will scratch calcite, but not quartz ◦ A fingernail will scratch.
Rock and Mineral Reference Sheet MINERALS: __________________________________________.
Ch. 13 Minerals Minerals are naturally formed solids with a crystalline structure Minerals are made of atoms and compounds Crystals have definate.
Minerals. A mineral is an element or compound found in the earth. The 5 basic features all minerals have 1.They are solid 2.They are formed naturally.
What is a mineral? Naturally occurring (gold silver, diamonds) Inorganic Solid Crystalline structure (ruby) Physical and chemical composition.
Mineral Identification. Identify A Mineral Physical Properties Hardness How easily it can be scratched Mohs Scale Luster Way it reflects light Metallic.
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Mineral Notes Mineral = a naturally formed solid substance with a crystal structure, which was not formed from living things. Crystal structure = a definite.
Intro Objective 11/16/11 Identify minerals. What do you think are some ways to identify a mineral by?
A. crystals B. minerals C. Legos ® D. fossils A. molecules B. atoms C. compounds D. substances.
ALL ABOUT THE PROPERTIES OF MINERALS How Are Minerals Identified?
Mineral Identification Vocabulary. Appearance what a mineral looks like (color, shape, size) NOT A VERY RELIABLE TEST.
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Ms Politano at Sterling Hill Mine. Minerals Natural Solid Inorganic Definite chemical composition Crystal structure due to internal arrangement of atoms.
EARTH SCIENCE Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE Tarbuck Lutgens
Identifying Minerals. Minerals can be identified by looking at their physical properties including: color, luster, streak, cleavage or fracture, and hardness.
COLOR The color of the mineral you observe with your eyes. The streak color does not always match the minerals color due to impurities, water, and.
What is a Mineral? A mineral is a naturally-occurring, solid substance with a specific chemical makeup. Minerals are the natural, nonliving solid crystals.
Identifying Minerals Foldable. Color (1 st Flap) Some minerals can come in a variety of colors (example: quartz) Not a reliable indicator Citrine.
Hardness Definition What can be used to test hardness of a mineral? Name of Scale to Measure Hardness of Minerals and Minerals in order from softest to.
© William Wilkinson, InteractiveScienceTeacher.com.
Mineral ID process Gain the knowledge to help identify minerals.
GEOL 1307 Physical Geology Exercise #2 Mineral Identification.
Aim: How do we identify minerals?. 2 Learning Objective Students will describe the properties that can be used to identify minerals.
By learning the different characteristics of minerals, you will be able to conduct tests to figure out which mineral is which This helped me when I was.
Minerals. Minerals: the building blocks of rocks Definition of a Mineral: naturally occurring inorganic (nonliving) solid characteristic crystalline structure.
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Minerals are identified by different properties Minerals such as Fluorite can occur in many colors and the crystals can be well formed or poorly formed.
Aim: What information will be covered on our minerals exam? Objective: Students will know the information required of them for their exam. Do now: Knowing.
What is this? Are you sure this is a rock? What else could it be? What tests could you do to determine the type of rock you just picked up?
MINERAL REVIEW. WHAT IS A MINERAL? Occurs in nature Inorganic (not made by something living) Solid Crystal shape.
Properties of Minerals Integrated Science. 7 Properties Crystal Form Hardness Cleavage and Fracture Luster Color Specific Gravity Streak.
Identifying Minerals. How could you identify what these minerals are?
Mineral Identification. What you’ll need to remember Describe physical properties used to identify minerals. Identify minerals using physical properties.
Minerals. What is a mineral? 5 Characteristics of a mineral Naturally Occurring Naturally Occurring Inorganic (Not Living) Inorganic (Not Living) Always.
Intro Objective 11/16/11 Identify minerals. Check and Hand-in Missing Assignments Write Q&A: What do you think are some ways to identify a mineral by?
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