L.O: REVIEW IGNEOUS,SEDIMENTARY AND METAMORPHICROCKS
ROCKS: PIECES OF THE LITHOSPHERE(SOLID PART OF EARTH) MADE OFMINERALSTHERE ARE THREE KINDS OF ROCKS:IGNEOUS, SEDIMENTARY A...
ROCKS ARE CLASSIFIED (GROUPED) BYHOW THEY FORMED• IGNEOUS ROCKS: formed when MOLTEN ROCK(magna/lava) cools and solidifies....
IGNEOUSROCKS
IGNEOUS ROCKS: FORMED BY THESOLIDIFICATION & CRYSTALIZATION OFMOLTEN ROCKIGNEOUS ROCKS: formed when MOLTEN ROCK(magna/lava...
Intrusive igneous rocks versusextrusive igneous rocks
Intrusive igneous rocks:When MAGMA coolsVEEEERRRRYYY SLOOOOWLYINSIDE the earth, the igneous rocks formed are calledINTRUSI...
Intrusive igneous rocks have:LARGE CRYSTALS AND COARSE OR VERY COARSETEXTURE.
extrusive igneous rocks:When LAVA cools VERY VERY QUICKLY OUTSIDE theEarth FROM OUT OF A VOLCANO, the igneous rocksformed ...
EXtrusive igneous rocks have:SMALL CRYSTALS OR LOOK LIKE BLACK GLASS (NOCRYSTALS). HAVE FINE TEXTURE OR GLASSY TEXTURE.
MAFIC IGNEOUS ROCKS VERSUSFELSIC IGENEOUS ROCKS.
MAFIC IGNEOUS ROCKS VERSUSFELSIC IGENEOUS ROCKS.• ROCKS are made of minerals.• Rocks made from dark, high density minerals...
YOU MUST BE ABLE TO USE ESRT PAGE6 to identify igneous rocks.
All the igneous rocks that you mightsee the regents are the ones below:
Now turn to page 81 of your greenwork book complete the questions.
SEDIMENTARYROCK:
SEDIMENTARY ROCK: almost always form ina water environment from THECOMPACTION AND CEMENTATION OFSEDIMENT (ROCK) PARTICLES.
Sediment (rock particles) getdeposited, buried, compacted andcemented together. Fossils areusually only found in sedimenta...
SEDIMENTARY ROCK: formed from THECOMPACTION AND CEMENTATION OFSEDIMENT (ROCK) PARTICLES.
Turn to ESRT page 7: these are the onlypossible sedimentary rocks you MAYsee
Turn to page 89 of your greenworkbook complete the typicalsedimentary rocks questions.
METAMORPHICROCK:
METAMORPHIC ROCK: FORMED BYHEAT AND PRESSURE APPLIED TOEXISTING ROCKS.
There are two types ofmetamorphism: regional andcontact
Regional metamorphism:metamorphic rock formed deepunderground by heat and pressure.
contact metamorphism: metamorphicrock formed when the heat ofmagma/lava touches rocks.
Foliated metamorphic rocks:minerals are aligned in thick bands.
DISTORTED BANDING INMETAMORPHIC ROCK
ESRT PAGE 8 SHOWS THE SCHEME TOID METAMORPHIC ROCKS.
NOW COMPLETE PAGE 96 ONMETAMORPHIC ROCKS.
THE ROCK CYCLE: THROUGHGEOLOGICAL FORCES, ROCKS CANTRANSFORM INTO EACH OTHER.COMPLETE PAGE 78.
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  1. 1. L.O: REVIEW IGNEOUS,SEDIMENTARY AND METAMORPHICROCKS
  2. 2. ROCKS: PIECES OF THE LITHOSPHERE(SOLID PART OF EARTH) MADE OFMINERALSTHERE ARE THREE KINDS OF ROCKS:IGNEOUS, SEDIMENTARY ANDMETAMORPHIC ROCK.
  3. 3. ROCKS ARE CLASSIFIED (GROUPED) BYHOW THEY FORMED• IGNEOUS ROCKS: formed when MOLTEN ROCK(magna/lava) cools and solidifies.• SEDIMENTARY ROCK: FORMED FROM THECOMPACTION AND CEMENTATION OF SEDIMENT(ROCK) PARTICLES.• METAMORPHIC ROCK: FORMED BY HEAT ANDPRESSURE APPLIED TO EXISTING ROCKS.
  4. 4. IGNEOUSROCKS
  5. 5. IGNEOUS ROCKS: FORMED BY THESOLIDIFICATION & CRYSTALIZATION OFMOLTEN ROCKIGNEOUS ROCKS: formed when MOLTEN ROCK(magna/lava) cools and solidifies.Mineral crystals form as the molten rock cools.
  6. 6. Intrusive igneous rocks versusextrusive igneous rocks
  7. 7. Intrusive igneous rocks:When MAGMA coolsVEEEERRRRYYY SLOOOOWLYINSIDE the earth, the igneous rocks formed are calledINTRUSIVE IGNEOUS ROCKS.
  8. 8. Intrusive igneous rocks have:LARGE CRYSTALS AND COARSE OR VERY COARSETEXTURE.
  9. 9. extrusive igneous rocks:When LAVA cools VERY VERY QUICKLY OUTSIDE theEarth FROM OUT OF A VOLCANO, the igneous rocksformed are called EXTRUSIVE IGNEOUS ROCKS.
  10. 10. EXtrusive igneous rocks have:SMALL CRYSTALS OR LOOK LIKE BLACK GLASS (NOCRYSTALS). HAVE FINE TEXTURE OR GLASSY TEXTURE.
  11. 11. MAFIC IGNEOUS ROCKS VERSUSFELSIC IGENEOUS ROCKS.
  12. 12. MAFIC IGNEOUS ROCKS VERSUSFELSIC IGENEOUS ROCKS.• ROCKS are made of minerals.• Rocks made from dark, high density minerals (iron(Fe) & magnesium(Mg) ) are MAFIC.• Rocks made from light color, low density minerals (Feldspar, silicon and aluminum ) are FELSIC.
  13. 13. YOU MUST BE ABLE TO USE ESRT PAGE6 to identify igneous rocks.
  14. 14. All the igneous rocks that you mightsee the regents are the ones below:
  15. 15. Now turn to page 81 of your greenwork book complete the questions.
  16. 16. SEDIMENTARYROCK:
  17. 17. SEDIMENTARY ROCK: almost always form ina water environment from THECOMPACTION AND CEMENTATION OFSEDIMENT (ROCK) PARTICLES.
  18. 18. Sediment (rock particles) getdeposited, buried, compacted andcemented together. Fossils areusually only found in sedimentaryrocks.
  19. 19. SEDIMENTARY ROCK: formed from THECOMPACTION AND CEMENTATION OFSEDIMENT (ROCK) PARTICLES.
  20. 20. Turn to ESRT page 7: these are the onlypossible sedimentary rocks you MAYsee
  21. 21. Turn to page 89 of your greenworkbook complete the typicalsedimentary rocks questions.
  22. 22. METAMORPHICROCK:
  23. 23. METAMORPHIC ROCK: FORMED BYHEAT AND PRESSURE APPLIED TOEXISTING ROCKS.
  24. 24. There are two types ofmetamorphism: regional andcontact
  25. 25. Regional metamorphism:metamorphic rock formed deepunderground by heat and pressure.
  26. 26. contact metamorphism: metamorphicrock formed when the heat ofmagma/lava touches rocks.
  27. 27. Foliated metamorphic rocks:minerals are aligned in thick bands.
  28. 28. DISTORTED BANDING INMETAMORPHIC ROCK
  29. 29. ESRT PAGE 8 SHOWS THE SCHEME TOID METAMORPHIC ROCKS.
  30. 30. NOW COMPLETE PAGE 96 ONMETAMORPHIC ROCKS.
  31. 31. THE ROCK CYCLE: THROUGHGEOLOGICAL FORCES, ROCKS CANTRANSFORM INTO EACH OTHER.COMPLETE PAGE 78.
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