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1 The Rock Cycle Dustin Palik 6 th Grade Science

2 E.SE Compare and contrast the formation of rock types (igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary) and demonstrate the similarities and differences using the rock cycle model. SWBAT list the three main rock types. SWBAT compare and contrast the formation of the three main rock types. SWBAT demonstrate the similarities and difference using the rock cycle model. Click here to start presentation

3 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

4 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

5 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

6 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

7 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

8 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

9 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

10 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

11 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

12 The Rock Cycle Click each heading for more information Heat and Pressure Weathering and Erosion Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Go to end

13 Igneous Rock  Commonly called “fire rocks”  Formed underground by cooling of magma  Formed above ground by cooling of lava  Examples: GranitePumice ScoriaObsidian Return to main

14 Metamorphic Rock  Rocks have morphed from another type  Formed after extreme heat and pressure  Examples: SchistGneiss Return to main

15 Sedimentary Rock  Weathering and erosion turn rocks into sediment  Sediments settle into layers over time  Formed after long periods of time in lowest levels  Examples: SandstoneLimestone ShaleConglomerate Return to main

16 Melting and Cooling Magma Return to main

17 Melting and Cooling Magma Return to main

18 Melting and Cooling Magma Return to main

19 Melting and Cooling Magma Return to main

20 Melting and Cooling Magma Igneous rock forms as magma/lava cools Return to main

21 Heat and Pressure Igneous rock Return to main

22 Heat and Pressure Igneous rock Return to main

23 Heat and Pressure Igneous rock Return to main

24 Heat and Pressure Igneous rock morphing under pressure Return to main

25 Heat and Pressure Metamorphic rock Return to main

26 Weathering and Erosion Metamorphic or Igneous Rock Return to main

27 Weathering and Erosion Rain Wind Continuous weathering begins to break down the rock into sediments Return to main

28 Weathering and Erosion Sediment can be carried away by wind or water and deposited Return to main

29 Weathering and Erosion As more and more rock is weathered and eroded, deposits begin to form layers Return to main

30 Weathering and Erosion More layers result in increased depth and pressure Return to main

31 Weathering and Erosion The bottom most layer eventually cements together to form a new type of rock – Sedimentary Rock Return to main

32 Bibliography Payton, T. (1998, August 8). Rock hounds. Retrieved from Hit ESC key to exit


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