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1-100 A rock formed by weathering and erosion
1-100A Sedimentary rock
1-200 A rock formed by cooling lava or magma
1-200A Igneous rock
1-300 A rock formed by heat and pressure
1-300A metamorphic rock
1-400 Tiny grains of rock worn away that are transported and deposited elsewhere
1-500 Determines what type of rock it is
1-500A The way a rock forms
2-100 Three criteria scientists use to classify rocks
2-100A Texture Color Composition Texture Color Composition
2-200 The minerals a rock is made of
2-300 The size, shape, and position of grains within a rock determine…
2-400 An example of a fine-grained sedimentary rock
2-400A Shale Sandstone Shale Sandstone
2-500 An example of a coarse-grained sedimentary rock An example of a coarse-grained sedimentary rock
2-500A Breccia Or Conglomerate Breccia Or Conglomerate
3-100 An example of organic sedimentary rock
3-100A Limestone Coal Limestone Coal
3-200 Three types of sedimentary rocks
3-200A Clastic Chemical Organic Clastic Chemical Organic
3-300 Group of rock that ONLY forms on or near the surface
3-300A Sedimentary rock
3-400 This type of sedimentary rock is formed when minerals dissolved in a water solution crystallize
3-500 Melted rock on the surface of the earth
4-100 Melted rock under the surface of the earth
4-200 Type of igneous rock that forms on the surface of the earth
4-300 Type of igneous rock that forms under the ground
4-400 Intrusive rocks generally have ____________ texture because ____________.
4-400A Coarse-grained It cools very slowly giving crystals time to grow larger Coarse-grained It cools very slowly giving crystals time to grow larger
4-500 Extrusive rocks generally have ___________ texture because __________
4-500A Fine-grained They cool quickly giving crystals a shorter time to grow Fine-grained They cool quickly giving crystals a shorter time to grow
5-100 Only rock group to form in the Earth and on the surface
5-200 Only rock group to form only below the surface
5-300 Marble and Quartzite are examples of this type of metamorphic rock
5-400 This can be an example of chemical or organic sedimentary rock
5-500 This is an example of a foliated metamorphic rock
5-500A Schist Gneiss Slate Schist Gneiss Slate
6-100 This is what lava and magma is made out of
6-100A Melted rock
6-200 Foliated and nonfoliated are characteristics of this type of rock
6-300 How fast lava or magma cools affects the properties of what group of rocks
6-400 Name this rock and group
Name this rock and group Name this rock and group
6-500A Gneiss Metamorphic Gneiss Metamorphic
This is how sedimentary rock forms (5 steps) Final Jeopardy Question
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1. Weathering 2. Erosion 3. Deposition 4. Compaction 5. Cementation 1. Weathering 2. Erosion 3. Deposition 4. Compaction 5. Cementation Final Jeopardy Answer
Daily Double Round 1
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Geology Part II The Rock Cycle Rocks: –Igneous –Sedimentary –Metamorphic Geologic Profiles Geologic Time –Relative –Absolute –Radioactive Dating.
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.
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.
Liz LaRosa 2010http://www.middleschoolscience.com Images from Geology.com unless otherwise noted.
1 T or F - Metamorphic rocks are formed deep in the crust.
Inside Earth Chapter 5 Rocks Review and Reinforce Worksheet Answer Keys.
Elements in Earth Science Each element is made of atoms that are the same Each atom is made of protons, neutrons, and electrons.
Sedimentary Rocks Rocks made of bits & pieces of other rocks.
Sedimentary Rocks. 1) Formation of Sedimentary Rocks- Sediments- loose materials such as rock fragments, mineral grains, and bits of shell that have been.
Chapter 8: Rocks and Minerals Section 2: Rocks Section 3: Rock Cycle.
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.
Chapter Review Menu Key Concept Summary Interactive Concept Map Chapter Review Standardized Test Practice.
Chapter Introduction How do the three main types of rocks form?
Changes to the Earth’s surface. The changing Earth The surface of the Earth is always changing.
Rocks and Minerals By:. How _________ rock is formed. For thousands, even millions of years, little pieces of our earth have been eroded--broken down.
The Rock Cycle Relationships among the major rock groups.
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 Types of Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Igneous Rocks.
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