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Earth’s Structure & The Rock Cycle Chapters 8 & 9 Jeopardy Review 2014.

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1 Earth’s Structure & The Rock Cycle Chapters 8 & 9 Jeopardy Review 2014

2 Round 1 Layer Up!Stay Classy!You Sed It!Moh Knows Best Round and Round We Go Round 2

3 Layer Up! – 10 points Earth’s thickest layer Mantle Next Question

4 Layer Up! – 20 points The layer of Earth composed of molten metal Outer core Next Question

5 Layer Up! – 30 points List Earth’s layers in order from the center out. Inner core, outer core, mantle, crust Next Question

6 Layer Up! – 40 points The part of Earth that is composed of the tectonic plates Lithosphere (made of the crust and part of the mantle) Next Question

7 Layer Up! – 50 points From where do scientists get their (1) DIRECT evidence and (2) INDIRECT evidence that shows that Earth is composed of layers… (1) Direct evidence comes from actual rock samples taken from Earth (2) Indirect evidence comes from measuring seismic waves Next Question

8 Stay Classy! – 10 points Igneous rock that cools inside Earth is called ___________, while igneous rock that cools outside Earth’s surface is called _____________. Intrusive; extrusive Next Question

9 Stay Classy! – 20 points When all the grains of a rock are large and easy to see, we say the rock has a _______ _______ texture. Coarse grained Next Question

10 Stay Classy! – 30 points You are observing a rock that was formed under great heat and pressure deep within Earth. Its minerals appear to be arranged in parallel bands. What type of rock is it? Foliated metamorphic Next Question

11 Stay Classy! – 40 points Extrusive igneous rock is most likely to have a ________-grained texture. WHY? Fine; because it cools outside Earth’s surface and therefore cools so quickly that there is not time for large grains to form Next Question

12 Stay Classy! – 50 points Intrusive igneous rock is most likely to have a ________-grained texture. WHY? Coarse; because it cools inside Earth’s surface and therefore cools more slowly, giving time for larger crystals to form Next Question

13 You Sed It! – 10 points When a rock fragment separates from the “mother rock” due to atmospheric conditions, we call it ___________. Weathering Next Question

14 You Sed It! – 20 points A piece of sediment has just gone through the process of deposition. What did it do? It came to rest in a new place after eroding. Next Question

15 You Sed It! – 30 points You are observing a rock that appears to have shell fragments cemented together. What type of rock is it? How do you know? Organic sedimentary; made from cementation of remains of once-living things Next Question

16 You Sed It! – 40 points State the 5 things (in order) that occur as a sedimentary rock is formed. Weathering, erosion, deposition, compaction, cementation Next Question

17 You Sed It! – 50 points You are observing a rock that has very large chunks of sediment compacted together. Classify this rock using at least 3 vocabulary terms. coarse grained, clastic, sedimentary rock Next Question

18 Moh Knows Best – 10 points The hardest known mineral is ___________ and it is given a value of ___ on Moh’s hardness scale. Diamond; 10 Next Question

19 Moh Knows Best – 20 points Which minerals on the table will scratch topaz? Diamond & corundum Next Question

20 Moh Knows Best – 30 points What will happen if you rub apatatie against a sample of fluorite? Apatite will scratch fluorite Next Question

21 Moh Knows Best – 40 points What will happen if you rub a mineral with hardness 4.5 against a sample of orthoclase? The orthoclase will scratch the other mineral. Next Question

22 Moh Knows Best – 50 points What minerals from the table could a penny scratch? Calcite, gypsum, and talc Next Question

23 Round and Round We Go – 10 points Rock that forms when another rock changes due to heat and/or pressure is called _________ rock. Metamorphic Next Question

24 Round and Round We Go – 20 points Weathering is a rock cycle process that takes place on the outermost layer of the earth, which is called the _______. Crust Next Question

25 Round and Round We Go – 30 points A typical sedimentary rock that forms when sediment such as sand cements together is called a ________ sedimentary rock. Clastic Next Question

26 Round and Round We Go – 40 points Convection currents occur in the ________ of the earth and result in hot/less dense rock ______ while cooler/more dense rock ______. Mantle; rising; sinking Next Question

27 Round and Round We Go – 50 points The part of the mantle in which convection is believed to occur is the ________. Asthenosphere Next Question

28 Round 2 Category 6Category 7Category 8Category 9Category Final Jeopardy

29 Write down the amount you wish to wager on this question

30 Final Jeopardy Name 5 specific rocks that we observed in class, and tell what kind of rock it was! Igneous: gabbro (intrusive), granite (intrusive), pumice (extrusive), obsidian (extrusive) Sedimentary: sandstone (clastic), conglomerate (clastic), rock salt (chemical), limestone (organic), coal (organic) Metamorphic: schist (foliated), gneiss (foliated), marble (nonfoliated)


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