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Rocks & Minerals
Which Rock $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Type is it? Limestone, Gneiss, Granite, or Obsidian Rock Cycle Mining Identifying Minerals Team 1Team 2Team 3Team 4 $200
Topic 1: $100 This rock forms when magma or lava cools Answer
Topic 1: $100 Igneous Rock Return to Main
Topic 1: $200 Answer This rock forms when layers of organic material and sand/silt have cemented and compacted
Topic 1: $200 Return to Main Sedimentary Rock
Topic 1: $300 Answer This rock is formed from coral (organic material):
Topic 1: $300 Return to Main Petoskey Stone
Topic 1: $400 Answer What rock would replace the
Topic 1: $400 Return to Main Igneous Rock
Topic 1: $500 Answer Lava forms extrusive, quickly cooled rocks. _____ forms intrusive, slowly cooled rocks.
Topic 1: $500 Return to Main Magma
Topic 2: $100 Answer This rock type forms under extreme heat and pressure, but does not melt.
Topic 2: $100 Return to Main Metamorphic Rock
Topic 2: $200 Answer This rock would replace the
Topic 2: $200 Return to Main Sedimentary Rock
Topic 2: $300 Answer This kind of rock would not form on a planet with no atmosphere and weather
Topic 2: $300 Return to Main Sedimentary Rock
Topic 2: $400 Answer Rocks that have course- grains, such as pebbles are called _____
Topic 2: $400 Return to Main Conglomerates
Topic 2: $500 Answer This type of rock forms in this location
Topic 2: $500 Return to Main Sedimentary
Topic 3: $100 Answer This rock usually contains fossils
Topic 3: $100 Return to Main Limestone
Topic 3: $200 Answer This rock contains mica, feldspar, and quartz and it is an intrusive igneous rock
Topic 3: $200 Return to Main Granite
Topic 3: $300 Answer This rock has altering layers of dark and light bands
Topic 3: $300 Return to Main Gneiss
Topic 3: $400 Answer This rock has conchoidal fractures and is usually black and shiny
Topic 3: $400 Return to Main Obsidian
Topic 3: $500 Answer What is this rock:
Topic 3: $500 Return to Main Obsidian
Topic 4: $100 Answer In order to change a metamorphic rock into a sedimentary rock it must go through these two processes
Topic 4: $100 Return to Main Weathering and Cementing
Topic 4: $200 Answer A sedimentary rock must go through _____ and _____ in order to become an igneous rock
Topic 4: $200 Return to Main Melting and Cooling
Topic 4: $300 Answer To change an igneous rock into a metamorphic rock it must have extreme _____ and _____ without actually melting
Topic 4: $300 Return to Main Heat and Pressure
Topic 4: $400 Answer All rocks in the rock cycle can become this rock through weathering and cementing
Topic 4: $400 Return to Main Sedimentary Rock
Topic 4: $500 Answer This rock type would replace the
Topic 4: $500 Return to Main Metamorphic Rock
Topic 5: $100 Answer This type of mining is the removal of minerals at or near the Earth’s surface
Topic 5: $100 Return to Main Surface Mining
Topic 5: $200 Answer The process that returns the land to its original state after the mining is completed
Topic 5: $200 Return to Main Reclamation
Topic 5: $300 Answer This is the removal of minerals and other materials from deep within the Earth
Topic 5: $300 Return to Main Deep Mining
Topic 5: $400 Answer A mineral deposit large enough and pure enough to be mined for profit
Topic 5: $400 Return to Main Ore
Topic 5: $500 Answer Open pits, strip mines, and quarries are types of this mine
Topic 5: $500 Return to Main Surface Mines
Topic 6: $100 Answer This is the tendency of some minerals to break along flat surfaces
Topic 6: $100 Return to Main Cleavage
Topic 6: $200 Answer The tendency of some minerals to break unevenly along curved or irregular surfaces
Topic 6: $200 Return to Main Fracture
Topic 6: $300 Answer When you say a mineral is shiny or dull (metallic or nonmetallic), you are describing its _____
Topic 6: $300 Return to Main Luster
Topic 6: $400 Answer This is the color of a mineral in powdered form
Topic 6: $400 Return to Main Streak
Topic 6: $500 Answer A minerals resistance to being scratched is referred to as _____
Topic 6: $500 Return to Main Hardness
The Rock Cycle Proceed
Answer Name the processes that each letter represents A: ____ B: ____ C: ____ Name the processes that each letter represents A: ____ B: ____ C: ____
Return to Main A: Compacting & Cementing B: Weathering & Erosion C: Heat & Pressure A: Compacting & Cementing B: Weathering & Erosion C: Heat & Pressure
Minerals mining rocks Resources Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Hardness.
Earth Processes: Part 1: Lithosphere (land) The student will be able to describe types of rocks and the processes involved in the rock cycle. The student.
I. Minerals and Rocks A. Early Earth 1. Early surface was a violent place 2. Full of molten lava and no atmosphere; it took time for Earth to cool and.
Chapter 8: Rocks and Minerals Section 2: Rocks Section 3: Rock Cycle.
What is a Rock? Naturally-occurring mixtures of minerals, mineraloids (no crystals), or organic matter. Naturally-occurring mixtures of minerals, mineraloids.
Chapter: Rocks and Minerals Table of Contents Section 3: Metamorphic Rocks and the Rock CycleMetamorphic Rocks and the Rock Cycle Section 1: MineralsEarths.
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Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written Answer this is the prompt the students will see, and where I.
Rocks and Minerals By:. How _________ rock is formed. For thousands, even millions of years, little pieces of our earth have been eroded--broken down.
Rocks and the Rock Cycle. Lets Review!! Grains Grains Texture Texture Extrusive Extrusive Intrusive Intrusive Porphyritic Porphyritic Sediment Sediment.
Unit 3 Rocks, Soil, Erosion and Mass Movements Including the Geological History of North Carolina!
Rocks Chapter 4. What is a rock? Rock Mixture of minerals, rock fragments, volcanic glass, organic material, or other natural materials.
Jeopardy Game The Rock Cycle. The Rock Cycle Igneous Rocks 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts Metamorphic Rocks 10 pts 20 pts 30.
Rocks and Fossil Fuels. Think about rocks. What do rocks look like?
What are the characteristics of rocks? The types of rocks are : Igneous -Igneous rocks are formed from melted rock that has cooled and solidified rocks.
Chapter 3 Rocks. Rock – any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter that occurs naturally as part of our planet –Usually solid mixtures of minerals.
Unit 3 Minerals and Rocks The Big Idea: Minerals and rocks are basic building blocks of Earth and can change over time from one type of mineral or rock.
Rocks and the Rock Cycle. Objective Students will be able to explain how the 3 major types of rocks form Standard 3c – explain the properties of rocks.
An Interactive Tutorial Click here to begin.. Welcome! In this tutorial, you will be asked to do two things. First, you will work your way through the.
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Rocks S6E5 Students will investigate the scientific view of how Earths surface is formed. b.Investigate the composition of rocks in terms of minerals.
8.6.2 Earth Materials Illustrate the rock cycle and explain how igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks are formed.
PACT Jeopardy Review Rocks and Minerals/Soils/Fossils 3-3.1Classify rocks (including sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic) and soils (including humus,
Rocks and the Rock Cycle. A rock is a mixture of minerals, rock fragments, volcanic glass, organic matter, or other natural materials. What do you.
Chapter 7 Rocks and Minerals. Minerals vs. Rocks Mineral: Natural, solid substance that has a specific chemical composition and physical structure
AND NOW IT’S TIME TO TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE And See.
Crystals. Geologists Found in minerals and have a regular geometric shape.
Crystals. Found in minerals and have a regular geometric shape.
Sedimentary Rocks Rocks made of bits & pieces of other rocks.
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