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© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H The Rock Cycle Rock types Changing rocks The rock cycle 8H The Rock Cycle
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college Rock types 8H The Rock Cycle
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H Name that rock... Believe it or not, rocks can be classified into groups – just like living organisms. The three main groups are: igneous sedimentary metamorphic What are the clues to help classify rocks? ?
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H Sedimentary Often look like flat plates stuck together. Grains often visible, these can crumble apart. Fossils can be present. Rocks come from flat beds. Often porous (let water pass through easily). Sedimentary rocks
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H Rock factory A volcano is a giant rock factory. Magma (molten rock) from below the ground is pushed to the surface and cools. The rock that forms is called igneous rock.
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H Igneous rocks Tough rocks with no plates visible. The crystals (if you can see them) often interlock and run in different directions. No fossils present – EVER! Rocks do not form in flat beds. Non-porous (will not let water through) Igneous rocks
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H Metamorphic rock Often ‘sugary’ with particles that can be arranged in sheets or randomly. Remains of fossils sometimes present – but not often. Beds often have wavy bands. Often less porous than sedimentary rocks – but metamorphic rocks show a wide range of porosity. Metamorphic rocks
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H Your first specimen... Crystals visible Very tough rock Water cannot pass through (not porous) Is it sedimentary, igneous or metamorphic? Igneous! Clues: ?
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H How about this one... Fossils present Very porous Layers visible Sedimentary! Clues: ? Is it sedimentary, igneous or metamorphic?
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H And this one... Grains very small Clear layers Not porous No fossils Metamorphic! Clues: ? Is it sedimentary, igneous or metamorphic?
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H Last chance... Grains very small No layers Not porous No fossils Metamorphic! Clues: ? Is it sedimentary, igneous or metamorphic?
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 1. Igneous rocks form from cooling magma produced by volcanoes. 2.Sedimentary rocks never contain fossils. 3. Igneous rocks are usually very porous. 4. Sedimentary rocks often have layers. 5. Granite is a metamorphic rock. 8H True or false? True or false? TRUE FALSE TRUE FALSE
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college Changing rocks 8H The rock cycle
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H All change! The two processes together (weathering and transportation) are called erosion. Reminder: Rocks may last a long time but they do change. Even tough igneous rocks may be broken down to smaller particles. We call this process weathering. Small particles may be moved to new areas. We call this transportation.
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H Squeezing rocks What happens to particles from eroded rock? Sediments may be laid down by water. Over many years the sediments build up and stick together to form a new sort of rock. Sometimes earthquakes and volcanoes bury old rocks underground. Very high temperatures and pressures change these rocks into new ones called metamorphic rocks.
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college The rock cycle 8H The rock cycle
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8H The rock cycle
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 1. Metamorphic rocks are made by… a) heat and pressure acting on other rocks b) particles dropping out of suspension in streams and rivers c) a small factory outside Manchester. 2. Which of these would you NOT find in sedimentary rocks… a) fossils b) layered structure c) interlocking crystals of minerals. 8H Rock cycle quiz
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 3. The rock cycle is… a) a way to explain how types of rocks are converted to other forms b) an explanation of how heating and cooling can break down rocks c) a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. 4. You could find the density of a rock sample by… a) dividing its mass by its volume b) dividing its volume by its mass c) multiplying its volume by its mass. 8H Rock cycle quiz
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 5. Slow cooling of magma produces rocks with… a) large crystals b) small crystals c) no crystals. 6. You can dissolve the carbonate in a limestone sample using a) hydrochloric acid b) cold water c) boiling water. 8H Rock cycle quiz
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college Part 1 – Rock Review Rock types Changing rocks The rock cycle The Rock Cycle.
© OUP: To be used solely in purchaser’s school or college 8G Rocks and weathering Rocks and minerals Erosion Deposition 8G Rocks and weathering.
Types of Rock and Their Formation. Sedimentary Rock Formation: Layers of sediment are deposited at the bottom of seas and lakes. Over millions of years.
Types of Rocks and Their Formation. Sedimentary Rock Formation: Layers of sediment are deposited at the bottom of seas and lakes. Over millions of years,
Types of Rocks and Their Formation. Igneous Rock Formation: Molten rock cools and becomes solid. Some igneous rocks form when magma below the surface.
Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary Rock Formation: Layers of sediment are deposited at the bottom of seas and lakes. Over millions of years, the layers get.
ROCK CYCLE THINK ABOUT IT ! Why do you think rocks don’t all look the same ? Why do you think rocks are different ? What do you think is happening.
© Boardworks Ltd of 20 © Boardworks Ltd of 38 KS3 Chemistry 8H The Rock Cycle.
100 Minerals Sedimentary Rocks Igneous Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Rock Cycle.
© Boardworks Ltd of 20 © Boardworks Ltd of 38 The Rock Cycle.
One type of rock, such as igneous rock, can be transformed into another type of rock, such as sedimentary rock. Is this true or false? Rock Cycle.
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CLASSIFICATION OF ROCKS 8.E.2.2. Warm up What does erosion do? A. changes rock chemically B. changes rock particles into different rock C. it.
The Rock Cycle Learning Outcomes To be able to describe the formation, providing examples or each of the three types of rock. Learning Outcomes To be able.
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A naturally occurring solid made of minerals or mineral like matter Means that a rock can be made of many minerals or just one mineral. Every mineral is.
E. rock that cools below the Earth’s surface.
Daily Warm-Up Exercises1 Day 12 How can sand being carried by a river eventually become sandstone? When the river slows, the sand settles and forms a layer.
KS3 Chemistry Types of rock and their formation. Examples of sedimentary rocks limestonelimestone chalkchalk sandstonesandstone sandstone.
What is a rock? Where do we find rocks? How are rocks classified? What is the Rock Cycle?
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Rock Cycle Unit. WarmUp ( ) How are rocks made? – Igneous Rock is formed from cooled lava – Sedimentary Rock forms from eroded rock layers – Metamorphic.
The Rock Cycle By: Mr. Meringolo Before We Begin… Write down the following questions and answer throughout the presentation What is Sediment? What are.
Rocks and Weathering Booklet 8Y. What are rocks? A rock is made of grains that fit together. Each grain in the rock is made from a mineral, which is a.
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All rocks are classified by how they form. Rocks can form a couple of different ways: Intense heat and pressure Cooling Recycling of old rock inside the.
The Rock Cycle. Section 3.2 Vocabulary to know:Igneous rock Magma Lava Extrusive igneous rock Intrusive igneous rock Texture Composition Silicate.
Classifying Rocks Rocks are classified as either Igneous, Sedimentary, or Metamorphic.
Daily Warm-Up Exercises1 Day 12 How can sand being carried by a river eventually become sandstone? When the moving river (transport) slows, the sand settles.
Describe how each of the rock types are formed Explain how the 3 rock types are linked Outcomes State the 3 types of rock Key Words Igneous Metamorphic.
Unit 4 Earth – Systems, Structures, and Processes Objective 6.E.2.3.
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From The Inside of the Earth’s crust!! I was a Metamorphic Rock! Which just means that I was going through a change, well why do I go through a change?
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Unit 17 STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH. What are the different types of rocks? IGNEOUS ROCKS formed from molten rocks (magma) that flow to the Earth’s surface.
© Boardworks Ltd of of 13© Boardworks Ltd 2009 Different types of rock There are many different types of rocks in the world.
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Predicting the Rock Cycle. Beginning With Metamorphic Rock Metamorphic Rock (formed under great heat & pressure) Igneous Rock Sedimentary Rock May be.
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© Boardworks Ltd 2003 Types of Rock There are 3 types of rock: Sedimentary Metamorphic Igneous.
Rocks and rock cycle By: Rashid And Andrew. Introduction Rock is the most and abundant material on earth. When rocks are examined it consists of smaller.
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