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Rocks & Minerals Notes: Pages 4 - 11
Most sedimentary rocks are made of pieces of other rocks.
Name two processes that form sedimentary rocks
In what type of environment are most sedimentary rocks formed?
Key Identifying Features of Sedimentary Rocks Clear Layering of Sediments
Key Identifying Features of Sedimentary Rocks pieces of other rocks
Key Identifying Features of Sedimentary Rocks the remains of once-living organisms
Please Answer the Questions on Page 5 Using Your Earth Science Reference Tables.
The Answers (Page 5): 1. Limestone 2. Breccia 3. Limestone 4. Coal 5. Rock Gypsum
Sedimentary Rock Strata layers of rock. Stratification The process in which sedimentary rocks are arranged in layers. Holt Visual Sedimentary Rock Cycle.
Metamorphic Rocks Rocks & Minerals Notes: Page 10.
Chapter 3, Section 3 Sedimentary Rocks Wednesday, December 9, 2009 Pages
Earth Science Daily Challenge, 12/11 What are the rocks around here like? Describe some of their characteristics.
Grade 7 Science Earth and Space Science: Earth’s Crust and resources (EC) Melanie Giambattitsa.
§6-1 “ Sedimentary Rock” First Go over Chapter 5 interactive notes & then:
Rogich Earth Science. ①Rock becomes sediment through weathering & erosion ②Sediment is deposited & piles up in layers ③Sediment is compacted & cemented.
Sedimentary Rocks. Origin: Comprise 75% of the Earth’s surface Formed when sediments become compacted and cemented together Usually has layers called.
Aim: Aim: What are Sedimentary Rocks? Sedimentary Rocks I. Sedimentary Rocks – rocks formed by the hardening and cementing of layers of sediments. A.
Sedimentary Rocks Graphic Organizer Notes. Sedimentary Rocks Is when sediments of rocks, plants, or animals are cemented together, at or near the Earth’s.
Sedimentary Rocks After completing this section, students will identify sedimentary rocks and explain how they are formed (Standard PI – 024)
Sedimentary Rocks. What are we doing today? Objective – I can describe how the processes of weathering, erosion, and deposition contribute to the formation.
Sedimentary Rocks. Sedimentary Rocks are #1 Earth’s crust was made of IGNEOUS rocks But 75% of the rocks on the Earth’s crust are SEDIMENTARY! Why?
Sedimentary Rocks. Made from sediments or rock material that has been broken down in some way. Sedimentary rocks are usually formed in a watery environment.
Igneous Rocks Rocks & Minerals Notes: Page 7. How are igneous rocks formed?
SEDIMENTARY ROCKS There are 2 ways sedimentary rocks are formed 1. Clastic are made from sediments glued together 2. Non-clastic : not glued together---include.
Rocks & Minerals. Minerals are the ingredients of rocks like ingredients make up a cake.
Sedimentary Rocks 18 Starter Sedimentary Rocks 9/4/15 Application: Lab Connection Do summarize it on page 328 book. Exit: Predict the texture of an sedimentary.
Sedimentary Rocks. 1) Formation of Sedimentary Rocks- Sediments- loose materials such as rock fragments, mineral grains, and bits of shell that have been.
Sedimentary Rocks. From Sediment to Rock. Sediment Sediment Small solid pieces of material that come from rocks or living things May include shells bones.
WEATHERING: - cementation and compaction of weathered material on the earth’s surface creates sedimentary rocks Weathering is the process of breaking.
Sedimentary Rocks Vocabulary Sedimentary Rock – when sediments become pressed or cemented together or when sediments precipitate out of a solution. Sediments.
Sedimentary Rocks. What is a sedimentary rock? A sedimentary rock is a rock that is made of sediment (sand, gravel, mud, minerals) that has hardened.
Bellwork How igneous rocks form? Igneous rocks are classified according to :________. What is a metamorphic rock? Two types of metamorphic rocks are:_____________&___________.
AIM: How are Sedimentary Rocks Formed? Do Now: Take out your ESRT and turn to page 7. Look at the chart called Scheme for Sedimentary Rock identification.
Igneous Rock Forms when molten rock (magma/lava) cools and hardens Cools slowly beneath Earth’s surface = intrusive Cools rapidly on the surface = extrusive.
Subject III. Sedimentary Rocks Mr. Mathews’ Earth Science 6 th Grade.
The Rock Cycle, too. Fig. 6.8, p. 139 Table 6.1, p. 142 Fig. 6.16, p. 146 Fig. 6.23, p. 151.
Sedimentary Rocks. Origin Comprise 75% of the Earth’s surface Formed when sediments become compacted and cemented together Usually has layers called.
Table of Contents Title: Types of Sedimentary Rocks Page #: 42 Date: 12/3/2012 Title: Types of Sedimentary Rocks Page #: 42 Date: 12/3/2012.
Sedimentary rock is formed by weathering and erosion Sediments are moved from one place.
A rock is a naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals, or organic matter Rocks are classified by how they are formed, their composition,
Answer the following questions about the picture to the right: How and where did this rock cool? What minerals might it be made up of? Make sure to explain.
Sedimentary Rocks February California Standard 3.c. Students know how to explain the properties of rocks based on the physical and chemical conditions.
Sedimentary Rocks Cornell Notes pg How do Sedimentary Rocks form? Small rocks, sand, and other sediment are deposited in thick layers. Over time,
Quiz Get out you ESRT and a piece of paper Get out you ESRT and a piece of paper The following questions are from your ESRT. The following questions are.
Classifying Rocks 3 rock types Sedimentary Igneous Metamorphic.
Page 1 Time for Sedimentary Rocks. Page 2 Warm-Up Your Brains! Write a definition for sedimentary rocks!
Classifying Rocks 3 rock types ______________ _______________.
Sedimentary rocks. Conglomerate- clastic Made of rock pieces and pebbles that are rounded in shape.
Igneous Rock Scheme Page 6, Earth Science Reference Table.
Section 3.3. Formation of Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary comes from the Latin word sedimentum, which means settling All sedimentary rocks begin to form.
Sedimentary Rocks Chapter 4-3 Rocks made of bits & pieces of other rocks.
Sedimentary Rock Chapter 4 Section 3. Sedimentary Rock Forms when wind or water deposit sediment Sediment – small pieces of material that come from rock.
Sedimentary Rocks Notes Sedimentary Rock – when sediments become pressed or cemented together or when sediments precipitate out of a solution. Sediments.
Section 3.3. Sedimentary Rocks All sedimentary rocks begin to form when existing rocks are broken down into sediments through a process called weathering.
Opener – In your composition notebook, write the question and answer. 1.What are three characteristics all rocks have? 2.What is the difference between.
Sedimentary Rocks. Rocks that form from an accumulation of sediments from pre-existing rocks and/or organic materials Rocks that form from an accumulation.
Rocks Rock Cycle. Learning Outcome Identify how each rock type can be changed into another Understand the steps on the diagram Draw the labelled diagram.
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