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Book Definition In your own words… Picture Ore A mineral that is mined because it has useful metals and nonmetals
Book Definition In your own words… Picture Gem A mineral stone that has been cut and polished
Book Definition In your own words… Picture Igneous Rock Rock formed from magma or lava
Book Definition In your own words… Picture Sedimentary Rock A rock formed from sediments or rock pieces that are cemented together
Book Definition In your own words… Picture Metamorphic Rock A rock “changed” by intense heat and pressure
Book Definition In your own words… Picture Clastic Sedimentary Rock Sedimentary rock formed from loose fragments of rock
Book Definition In your own words… Picture ChemicalSedimentary Rock Sedimentary rock formed from chemicals in water
Book Definition In your own words… Picture Organic Sedimentary Rock A sedimentary rock formed from remains of living things.
Book Definition In your own words… Picture Foliated Mineral crystals that are arranged in bands in a metamorphic rock
Book Definition In your own words… Picture Nonfoliated A metamorphic rock that does not have minerals arranged in bands.
ROCKS. Definition: A rock is a mixture of minerals.
EQ: How are rocks classified?. Vocabulary igneous rock These rocks are formed when hot liquid cools and solidifies.
Rock Cycle Unit Vocabulary 7 th Grade Science. Weathering The breaking down of Earth’s materials by natural processes (water, wind, ice, chemicals, etc.)
Biotic. Living, having to do with life or the living organisms in an ecosystem.
Rocks 3.1. The Rock Cycle Igneous Rocks Form from the solidification of melted minerals (magma or lava). – Magma = melted rock underground – Lava =
Rock Notes Rocks – solid earth materials formed from a mixture of minerals and sometimes other materials. Three types of rocks 1)Igneous rocks – forms.
CH. 3 Rocks and Their Origins. 3-1 What are Rocks? Rocks mixture of minerals usually cemented together Petrologist scientist who studies rocks.
Predicting the Rock Cycle. Beginning With Metamorphic Rock Metamorphic Rock (formed under great heat & pressure) Igneous Rock Sedimentary Rock May be.
Earths Rocks Presented by: Quinn Sheldon and Parker Wagaman.
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Igneous, Metamorphic, Sedimentary Rocks. Igneous Rocks Where do Igneous rocks come from? Some of the first rocks How are they classified? – Where they.
Rock Review ediment.htm.
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Unit 4 Earth – Systems, Structures, and Processes Objective 6.E.2.3.
Chapter 6: Rocks. Rocks make up the solid parts of Earth and provide a timeline for Earth. There are 3 main types of rocks. (Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic)
Review for Rock Study Guide. Rock Rock is naturally occurring solid of one or more minerals or organic materials Sediments are all rocks that have been.
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 CHAPTER the BIG idea Rocks change into other rocks over time. The rock cycle shows how rocks change. 3.1 Igneous rocks form from molten rock. 3.2.
Classification of Rocks Each rock type is classified by how they are formed The 3 Rock Types Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic What makes them different?
Rocks and Minerals Rocks are made of minerals, which are solid nonliving substances formed by natural processes in or on the Earth.
ROCKS. Rocks Around 3000 different minerals are found on Earth, however they are not found in pure form they are found in rocks. A rock is a solid, natural.
Rocks Review Game. A naturally occurring, solid mixture of one or ore minerals and organic matter.
HOW ROCKS FORM By: Ms. Avery. Types of Rocks Igneous Rocks: Rocks formed by magma Intrusive: form when magma hardens beneath Earth’s surface Extrusive:
Chapter 3 - Rocks Test Wednesday. Which of following is not one of the three classes of rocks? 1.Igneous 2.Metamorphic 3.Magma.
Rocks are classified by their mineral composition and their color. Ex. Basalt is usually a dark-colored rock with a low silica concentration. Geologists.
Rocks. Rock Origin Igneous Rocks - Formed from the cooling of molten magma or lava. Sedimentary Rocks- Formed from particles of other rocks or remains.
CHAPTER 2 MINERALS AND ROCKS. S6E5. Students will investigate the scientific view of how the earth’s surface is formed. S6E5b. Investigate the contribution.
Rocks And Minerals Benchmark Review. What is a Mineral? Solid Inorganic Naturally Occurring Crystal Structure Definite Chemical Composition Over 4,000.
1. Explain how internal energy of the Earth causes matter to cycle through the magma and the solid earth. 2.
Classifying Rocks Igneous rocks are classified according to their origin, texture, and mineral composition. Origin Did it harden inside the earth or.
Chapter 3 - Rocks Notes January What are rocks? Rocks in Earth’s Crust 1.Petrologists study rocks & minerals. 2.Rocks are made of minerals (2000).
Rocks 3.1 The Rock Cycle Rocks are any solid mass of mineral or mineral-like matter occurring naturally as part of our planet. Types of Rocks 1. Igneous.
Igneous Rock Forms when molten rock (magma/lava) cools and hardens Cools slowly beneath Earth’s surface = intrusive Cools rapidly on the surface = extrusive.
Place your paper on your desk landscape style.. Do a burrito fold (dividing the paper into thirds).
ROCKING ROCK REVIEW Amanda McFarland Science 4 th Grade.
Sedimentary Magma Weathering/ Erosion Compaction/ Cementation Heat/ Pressure Metamorphic Melting Cooling Igneous Sediments.
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.
Rocks and the Rock Cycle:. Rocks and the Rock Cycle: Can rocks change from one type to another?
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.
Types of Rocks Ms. Sikes. Igneous Rocks Form from magma 2 types: – Intrusive: (inside) rock formed from magma beneath the earth’s surface – Extrusive:
The Rock Cycle Thinking about relationships among the major rock groups.
Opener – In your composition notebook, write the question and answer. 1.What are three characteristics all rocks have? 2.What is the difference between.
Rock! !. Three types of Rock Igneous Rock = Classic Rock.
Rock Cycle This Kind NOT THIS KIND. Do Now 1) Move to each station that is set up with rocks. Spend two minutes at each station and list at least 4 characteristics.
Pre assessment Questions Rocks & Landforms. What are rocks made of?
E. rock that cools below the Earth’s surface.
Classifying Rocks Geologists observe: 1.Mineral composition 2.Color 3.Texture a. Grain size b. Grain shape c. Grain pattern.
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