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1-100 A rock formed by weathering and erosion 1 - 100
1-100A Sedimentary rock 1 - 100
1-200 A rock formed by cooling lava or magma
1-200A Igneous rock 1 - 100
1-300 A rock formed by heat and pressure
1-300A metamorphic rock 1 - 100
1-400 Tiny grains of rock worn away that are transported and deposited elsewhere
1-400A sediments 1 - 100
1-500 Determines what type of rock it is
1-500A The way a rock forms 1 - 100
2-100 Three criteria scientists use to classify rocks 1 - 100
2-100A Texture Color Composition Texture Color Composition 1 - 100
2-200 The minerals a rock is made of
2-200A composition 1 - 100
2-300 The size, shape, and position of grains within a rock determine…
2-300A texture 1 - 100
2-400 An example of a fine-grained sedimentary rock
2-400A Shale Sandstone Shale Sandstone 1 - 100
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 1 - 100
3-100 An example of organic sedimentary rock 1 - 100
3-100A Limestone Coal Limestone Coal 1 - 100
3-200 Three types of sedimentary rocks
3-200A Clastic Chemical Organic Clastic Chemical Organic 1 - 100
3-300 Group of rock that ONLY forms on or near the surface
3-300A Sedimentary rock 1 - 100
3-400 This type of sedimentary rock is formed when minerals dissolved in a water solution crystallize
3-400A chemical 1 - 100
3-500 Melted rock on the surface of the earth
3-500A Lava 1 - 100
4-100 Melted rock under the surface of the earth 1 - 100
4-100A Magma 1 - 100
4-200 Type of igneous rock that forms on the surface of the earth
4-200A Extrusive 1 - 100
4-300 Type of igneous rock that forms under the ground
4-300A Intrusive 1 - 100
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 1 - 100
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 1 - 100
5-100 Only rock group to form in the Earth and on the surface 1 - 100
5-100A Igneous 1 - 100
5-200 Only rock group to form only below the surface
5-200A Metamorphic 1 - 100
5-300 Marble and Quartzite are examples of this type of metamorphic rock
5-300A Nonfoliated 1 - 100
5-400 This can be an example of chemical or organic sedimentary rock
5-400A Limestone 1 - 100
5-500 This is an example of a foliated metamorphic rock
5-500A Schist Gneiss Slate Schist Gneiss Slate 1 - 100
6-100 This is what lava and magma is made out of 1 - 100
6-100A Melted rock 1 - 100
6-200 Foliated and nonfoliated are characteristics of this type of rock
6-200A Metamorphic 1 - 100
6-300 How fast lava or magma cools affects the properties of what group of rocks
6-300A Igneous 1 - 100
6-400 Name this rock and group
Sandstone Sedimentary 1 - 100
Name this rock and group Name this rock and group
6-500A Gneiss Metamorphic Gneiss Metamorphic 1 - 100
This is how sedimentary rock forms (5 steps) Final Jeopardy Question
Contestants: Please put down your writing tools and wait for further instructions. Contestants: Please put down your writing tools and wait for further instructions.
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
Chapter 2 Review – ROCKS Rocks #1Rocks #2Knowledge.
Rocks & The Rock Cycle. Rocks vs Minerals ROCKS –SOLID MIXTURE OF MINERALS –MAY BE ORGANIC MINERALS –NATURALLY FORMED OF ELEMENTS OR COMPOUNDS –INORGANIC.
Rocks & The Rock Cycle. Notes The Rock Cycle Notes - Advanced Write the definition of a rock: Rocks - A solid, naturally occurring mineral or mineral-like.
Classifying Rocks Igneous rocks are classified according to their origin, texture, and mineral composition. Origin Did it harden inside the earth or.
Rocks are classified by their mineral composition and their color. Ex. Basalt is usually a dark-colored rock with a low silica concentration. Geologists.
Rock Classification. 3 types of Rocks 1.Igneous Intrusive - granite Extrusive - basalt 2.Sedimentary Clastic - conglomerate Chemical – rock salt Organic.
Question and Answer Samples and Techniques TRUE or FALSE? The Three major types of rocks are Igneous, Sedimentary and Extrusive. Metamorphic.
The Rock Cycle Igneous Rocks Name that Metamorphic.
Unit 3 Lesson 3 Three Classes of Rock Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
Classifying Rocks Geologists observe: 1.Mineral composition 2.Color 3.Texture a. Grain size b. Grain shape c. Grain pattern.
EQ: How are rocks formed? Standard S6E5.c Classify rocks by their process of formation. ls streak the.
Rock Cycle Classifying Rocks Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary.
Different Types of Rocks 6 th Grade. How do Rocks form? Igneous Rocks: forms from the cooling of magma or lava Sedimentary Rocks: forms when particles.
What are rocks made of? Minerals are not made by people; they are … …naturally occurring substances.
Rocks. Rock Origin Igneous Rocks - Formed from the cooling of molten magma or lava. Sedimentary Rocks- Formed from particles of other rocks or remains.
21.3 Rocks and the Rock Cycle Rocks are classified into three major groups based on how they formed Igneous Rocks Can be divided into two categories.
CHAPTER 2 MINERALS AND ROCKS. S6E5. Students will investigate the scientific view of how the earth’s surface is formed. S6E5b. Investigate the contribution.
Chapter 4 Rocks. Why must scientists who study rocks look at the inside of them? Because the outside surfaces have been exposed to the effects of ice,
Igneous Rock Forms when molten rock (magma/lava) cools and hardens Cools slowly beneath Earth’s surface = intrusive Cools rapidly on the surface = extrusive.
Rock Notes- 3 types of Rock. Rock Notes A) Rock- a mixture of minerals and other materials 1.Mineral- a naturally occurring, inorganic solid with a.
Rocks and Minerals. Types of Rocks Igneous Rock Sedimentary Rock Metamorphic Rock.
Rocks. Rocks Rocks are solid earth materials formed from a mixture of minerals and sometimes other materials. Rocks are classified into one of three.
Igneous Rocks. What is an igneous rock? Born from fire Any rock that forms from magma or lava Most contain mineral crystals.
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.
Rock Notes Rocks – solid earth materials formed from a mixture of minerals and sometimes other materials. Three types of rocks 1)Igneous rocks – forms.
I GNEOUS AND S EDIMENTARY R OCK S TUDY G UIDE 1. Minerals and other materials 2. Rock particles cemented together 3. It has randomly arranges large grains.
Rock Test Review. What is a mineral and how do we identify them? A mineral is a naturally formed, inorganic solid that has a definite crystal structure.
Rocks are naturally occurring solid mixtures of one or more minerals or organic matter.
Rocks and the Rock Cycle:. Rocks and the Rock Cycle: Can rocks change from one type to another?
4-4 pgs IN: What are some ways that sedimentary rock can form? Can you classify the four we looked at?
2014. A mineral is a naturally formed, inorganic solid that has a definite crystalline structure.
Do Now What is a rock? Why do you think rocks look different?
Rocks & Minerals. Minerals are the ingredients of rocks like ingredients make up a cake.
The rock cycle illustrates the process that creates and changes rocks. The rock cycle shows the three types of rock- igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary-
CLASSIFYING ROCKS Coulter. MINERAL COMPOSITION AND COLOR When studying a rock sample, geologists observe the rocks minerals composition, color, and.
ROCKS. Definition: A rock is a mixture of minerals.
Rocks Review game. 1)Describe 2 pathways a sedimentary rock can take to become an igneous rock 1)Melting- cooling 2)Heat/pressure-metamorphic rock-melting-
ROCKS By Gina Wike ROCKS A rock is defined as a mixture of minerals, mineraloids, glass, or organic matter.
Jeopardy Key TermsIgneous Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Rock Cycle Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
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.
Chapter 2 Rocks. Section 1 Lesson Objectives Define rock Describe how rocks change List rock characteristics that help to identify it.
Rocks. Rocks Mixture of two or more different minerals that have been: cemented together cemented together squeezed and heated together squeezed and.
Warm up 1.Describe how a cake is made. 2.Describe how a sandwich is made. 3.Describe how ice cream is made. 4.What do cake, sandwiches, and ice cream have.
*observe color and texture to determine mineral composition Texture- look & feel of rock’s surface Grains- particles of minerals or other rocks.
Rock types and how they are made.. Write down the things that are underlined, if it is a definition then try to copy it for word. If it is a statement.
Geology Notes Part 1 The Rock Cycle. What is a rock? A rock is a mixture of such minerals, rock fragments, volcanic glass, organic matter, or other natural.
Rocks Rocks are made of minerals. 3 Types of Rocks.
Rocks Mr. Skirbst Earth Science Topic 23. Rocks Hard substance made of one or more minerals.
Rocks A solid material made up of 1 or more minerals, or other things – including the remains of once-living things.
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