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 Do Now: 1.5.12 In class we stated, “The rock cycle does not always go in a PERFECT pattern or circle.” It may change into any rock if the conditions.

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1  Do Now: In class we stated, “The rock cycle does not always go in a PERFECT pattern or circle.” It may change into any rock if the conditions are right.  Choose 1 of the following statements to explain how it would occur/form: ▪ Sedimentary rock to an Igneous rock ▪ Metamorphic rock to a Sedimentary rock

2  Do Now:  Write what project you decided to work on (think about the reasons you decided this to share with your neighbor).

3  Do Now:  Think about your project and determine what you need to get accomplished today in class. Write it down! ▪ Examples: ▪ Finish at least ½ of the lyrics or story line for the project ▪ Sketch (rough draft… not beautiful) of drawings for project with the story line for igneous and sedimentary rocks. ▪ ……….

4  Choose TWO terms to define: Mafic Foliated Clastic Non-Foliated Chemical Organic Felsic

5  Discuss with your group and write down the following processes that create each rock.  Some with have more or less steps IgneousMetamorphicSedimentary

6  Have one group member collect materials from shelf.  Organize vocabulary words with the pictures. ▪ Make sure you are discussing why you are placing each word with each picture (we will be discussing this as a class).

7  Discuss and write possible locations of the formations of each rock: sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous.  Bonus: ▪ What types would form where?

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9  Check your grades and write down if you need to retake any of your quizzes or test (for your personal use, not on your Bell Ringer)

10  Do Now:  Looking at the following pictures determine what type of rock (sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous) would form here and the variation. Chemical Sedimentary Fine-Grain Igneous Non-Foliated Metamorphic

11  Do Now:  Determine the following variation types of the pictures below: ▪ Sedimentary ▪ Clastic ▪ Metamorphic ▪ Foliated ▪ Igneous ▪ Felsic ▪ Course-Grain

12  Do Now:  Explain what you need to still do to finish your project. ▪ REFERENCE THE RUBRIC ON YOUR HANDOUT

13  Do Now:  Write down which project (besides your own) that you enjoyed the most out of your class. Give reasons.

14  Do Now:  Write down what the difference between an intrusive igneous rock and extrusive igneous rock.


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