Presentation on theme: " 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."— Presentation transcript:
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 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
Do Now: 1.6.12 Write what project you decided to work on (think about the reasons you decided this to share with your neighbor).
Do Now: 1.9.12 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. ▪ ……….
Choose TWO terms to define: Mafic Foliated Clastic Non-Foliated Chemical Organic Felsic
Discuss with your group and write down the following processes that create each rock. Some with have more or less steps IgneousMetamorphicSedimentary 1. 2. 3. 4.
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).
Discuss and write possible locations of the formations of each rock: sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous. Bonus: ▪ What types would form where?
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)
Do Now: 1.11.12 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
Do Now: 1.10.12 Determine the following variation types of the pictures below: ▪ Sedimentary ▪ Clastic ▪ Metamorphic ▪ Foliated ▪ Igneous ▪ Felsic ▪ Course-Grain
Do Now:1.12.12 Explain what you need to still do to finish your project. ▪ REFERENCE THE RUBRIC ON YOUR HANDOUT
Do Now: 1.18.12 Write down which project (besides your own) that you enjoyed the most out of your class. Give reasons.
Do Now: 1.19.12 Write down what the difference between an intrusive igneous rock and extrusive igneous rock.