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1Types of Rock There are 3 types of rock: Sedimentary Metamorphic Igneous
2Sedimentary Rock – Deposition Fast flowing waterSlow waterPressuresedimentationcementationSmall particles of rock formed by weathering are transported into the sea where they are deposited (sink) and form a sediment.At this stage dead creatures may become trapped within the sediment giving rise to fossils.Over millions of years, the pressure of the layers formed above and the effects of salts cement the sediment together to give sedimentary rocks like sandstone and mudstone.
3Sedimentary Rock – Sedimentation Sedimentation + effects of pressure and minerals.Layers of sedimentsgetting older
4Sedimentary Rock - Evaporation Some sedimentary rock is formed in a different way.Certain minerals are dissolved in seas and lakes.Over millions of years these seas or lakes have dried up.As the water disappeared the dissolved minerals precipitated.Chalk and limestone, common in the UK, are often formed in this way.Dissolved mineralsPrecipitationPressureevaporation
5Sedimentary Rock - appearance Sedimentary rocks consist of lots of small particles and may be soft and crumblyThey do not normally contain crystals but may have fossils trapped within them.When viewing a whole cliff face of sedimentary rock it is often possible to see layers where slightly different sediments have been deposited.Sedimentary rocks consist of lots of small particles.
7sandstone orangey coloured rock looks like lots of sand grains stuck togetherquite soft
8limestone grey/white coloured rock mostly made from crushed sea-shells may contain fossilised shells
9chalk grey/white coloured rock. mostly made from crushed sea-shells may contain fossilised shells
10Match the rock with the description: Rock Picture SandstoneLimestoneMudstone and shaleChalk
11Metamorphic Rock - formation Metamorphic rocks are formed by the effect of extreme pressures and temperatures deep within the Earth.This alters the structure of the existing rock.
12Metamorphic Rock - properties They are usually denser and harder than sedimentary rocks.They often have layer structures of crystals caused by the effect of heat and pressure.They sometimes show distortions caused by the movements that led to their formation. This may give rise to wavy or zig-zag patterns within the rock.Regular layers of crystals that sometimes also have a wavy or zig-zag arrangement
13Metamorphic RocksmarbleslateEnlargements on next two slides
14marbleHigh temperatures cause the shells in limestone to break down into crystals giving a harder smoother rock.
15slatePressure and some heat makes the particles in mudstone line up in one direction. This makes a rock that can be split into sheets.
16Which description goes with the rock? Dark grey rock used for roofing because it is easily split into thin layers.MarbleSmooth, hard white rock often used for kitchen cutting “boards.”MicaTransparent sheets are used as an insulator in some electrical devices. It is also ground up and used as a “filler” in plastics, and cosmetics such as lipsticks.Slate
17Igneous Rocks - Formation Deep within the ground is molten rock called magma. Sometimes this bursts through the surface in the form of volcanoes.Igneous rocks are formed when molten magma cools and solidifies.This may happen within the ground, or in the case of volcano lava, above ground.magmaintrusive igneous rockextrusive igneous rock
18Igneous Rocks – Rate of Solidification The appearance of igneous rocks is affected by how fast they cool.Rocks formed within the ground are known as intrusive igneous rocks . They cool slowly and this gives time for large crystals to grow.Rocks formed once the magma has burst through the surface are called extrusive igneous.They cool quickly.As a result crystals are much smaller.
19Igneous Rocks - intrusive graniteA hard grey rock consisting of randomly arranged crystals.
20Igneous Rocks - extrusive pumiceExtrusive igneous rocks, like pumice and basalt, do not have large crystals and tend to be less dense than intrusive rocks like granite.
22Igneous Rocks – Properties Igneous rocks are hard.They contain crystals. The the size of the crystals depends on how quickly the rock solidified.The crystals are disordered (unlike some metamorphic rocks.)They never contain fossils.Igneous rocks consist of a disorderly collection of crystals
23Am I igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic? I contain many fossils.I am pumice.My particles are arranged in bands that are easily split apart.I contain many small grains “cemented” together.I am mudstone.I contain some really big crystals.I am formed by heat and pressure.DescriptionTypemetamorphicigneous (intr)sedimentarysedimentarymetamorphicigneous (ext)sedimentary
24Metamorphic rocks slate and marble Rock Formationrocks are brokenup by the actionof weathertransportationand depositionvolcanorocks riseto surface byuplift and erosionIgneous rocksbasaltseaIgneous rocksgranitesSedimentary rocksmudstonerises to surfacewhere itcools rapidlyhigh pressureand temperatureslowsolidificationMetamorphic rocks slate and marblemeltmagma
25Fill in the gaps in the sentences. Rocks take part in a rock cycle.Molten ___________ solidifies at or near the surface of the Earth to form ___________ rocks.These undergo ___________ where they are broken up by ___________ and chemical processes.magmaigneousweatheringphysicalmagmaigneousweatheringphysicalsedimentarymetamorphic
26Fill in the gaps in the sentences. The fragments of rock are carried to the ___________ by rivers. Here they sink and form ___________ rocks.Over millions of years heat, ___________ and movement may change these sedimentary rocks into ___________ rocks. Some of these will sink deep into the Earth and turn into ___________ and the cycle is repeated.seasedimentarypressuremetamorphicmagmamagmaigneouspressureseasedimentarymetamorphic
27What type of rocks do these diagram represent? igneousmetamorphicsedimentary
281. What type of rock is granite? A Intrusive IgneousB Extrusive IgneousC MetamorphicD Sedimentary
292. What type of rock is slate? A Intrusive IgneousB Extrusive IgneousC MetamorphicD Sedimentary
303. What type of rock is limestone? A Intrusive IgneousB Extrusive IgneousC MetamorphicD Sedimentary
314. What type of rocks are pumice and basalt? A Intrusive IgneousB Extrusive IgneousC MetamorphicD Sedimentary
325. What type of rock is mudstone? A Intrusive IgneousB Extrusive IgneousC MetamorphicD Sedimentary
336. What type of rocks is made from mudstone or shale? A PumiceB LimestoneC SlateD Granite
347. In this diagram showing a cross section of a volcano, where would granite form? B 212