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  • 1. ROCKS REVIEW 16b – classify rocks by their formation (igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary) (GPS) 16b1 – explain the rock cycle 16b2 – investigate the contributions of minerals to rock composition (GPS) 16b3 – discuss the importance of mineral and rock resources to society
  • 2. PAGE 18  Divide page 18 in your notebook in half (top and bottom).  On the top half, write and answer these questions (be sure to leave room): 1. What are most rocks made up of? 2. How do we use rocks and minerals? 3. How are rocks classified?
  • 3. PAGE 18  Next, copy this flow chart. Be sure to put details of how the rocks form: Rocks Clastic Chemical Organic
  • 4. PAGE 18  Finally, draw and finish labeling the rock cycle: Igneous SedimentaryMetamorphic
  • 5. REVIEW GAME  For each question, confer with your group, and write your answer on your white board.  Be quiet or else you will give away answers!  If you talk when Mrs. Wilson is talking, you will lose points for your team.
  • 6. QUESTION 1  What type of rocks can igneous rocks change into during the rock cycle?
  • 7. ANSWER 1  Igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic
  • 8. QUESTION 2  What is a rock generally made of?
  • 9. ANSWER 2  Minerals and other materials
  • 10. QUESTION 3  What will the texture of a rock look like if it has cooled slowly from magma underground?
  • 11. QUESTION 3  Coarse, large, or medium grains
  • 12. QUESTION 4  What is the process called that glues sediment together?
  • 13. ANSWER 4  Cementation
  • 14. QUESTION 5  Heat can change rocks into metamorphic rocks. Where does the heat come from?
  • 15. ANSWER 5  Earth’s interior/core
  • 16. QUESTION 6  What does it mean if a metamorphic rock is nonfoliated?
  • 17. ANSWER 6  The grains of the rock are arranged randomly
  • 18. QUESTION 7  True or false:  Sandstone (sedimentary) changing into quartzite (metamorphic) is an example of how sedimentary rocks form.
  • 19. ANSWER 7  False
  • 20. QUESTION 8  What is the most common extrusive igneous rock?
  • 21. ANSWER 8  Basalt
  • 22. QUESTION 9  What are the five things a substance has to be in order to be considered a mineral?
  • 23. ANSWER 9  Solid, naturally occurring, inorganic, crystal structure with a definite chemical make up (element or compound)
  • 24. QUESTION 10  If a rock cools quickly, what will its texture be like?
  • 25. ANSWER 10  Fine grained or glassy/smooth
  • 26. QUESTION 11  Where do most metamorphic rocks form?
  • 27. ANSWER 11  Deep underground
  • 28. QUESTION 12  The series of processes on the Earth and below the Earth’s surface that slowly changes rock from one kind to another is called what?
  • 29. QUESTION 12  The rock cycle
  • 30. QUESTION 13  What is the process where sediment settles out of the wind or water carrying it and stops moving?
  • 31. ANSWER 13  Deposition
  • 32. QUESTION 14  What does weathering do?
  • 33. ANSWER 14  Breaks down rock into smaller pieces
  • 34. QUESTION 15  You visit a mine and find it has iron ore. What is an ore?
  • 35. ANSWER 15  An economically useful mineral combined with rock
  • 36. QUESTION 16  What is the most abundant intrusive rock?
  • 37. ANSWER 16  Granite
  • 38. QUESTION 17  List three minerals you see in the classroom right now and what items they make up.
  • 39. ANSWER 17  Answers will vary
  • 40. QUESTION 18  Why is ice in your freezer not a mineral but ice in Antarctica is?
  • 41. ANSWER 18  In your freezer, it’s human made, in Antarctica, it is naturally occurring
  • 42. QUESTION 19  Why is coal not a mineral?
  • 43. ANSWER 19  Because it is organic
  • 44. QUESTION 20  What does the “hardness” of a mineral describe?
  • 45. ANSWER 20  How easily scratched the mineral can be