Ed551 The Rock Cycle

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Ed551 The Rock Cycle

  1. 1. The Rock Cycle: Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic Rocks By: Ms. Mayberry - 9 ‘ . ‘ _‘ " / '_ / r. . . ‘ - * . ... .‘ , . I I. _~ ' r , .. ‘ * . -. x, I, - f ' 4 -‘¢ ' _ . 3.5-. .- .43 air‘ * ‘ _r' ’ x-_ " . ' - . ' ~ ’ D: .- 4-_ ~ . ._ - , v~. ,. _ -c, ‘*5 »o . . I‘. ‘ ‘ V ' ‘_ - . . . ‘pap. -Q _ ‘I , a ' -. ,. ,-4. , I « . ~ . . V’ foo. -v / ‘ 6 . ,4-- §~-_ ‘ F , . ’ ‘* ~. . .,. , . .
  2. 2. What is a Rock? 0 A rock is made up of one or more minerals. 0 There are 3 types of rocks.
  3. 3. What are the 3 types of Rocks? The 3 types of rocks are: — Igneous rocks — Sedimentary rocks — Metamorphic rocks
  4. 4. Igneous Rocks 9 Igneous rocks are formed from magma or lava. 0 They form when w the magma or lava cools.
  5. 5. Examples of Igneous Rocks Feldspa rs Quartz
  6. 6. Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary rocks are formed in layers from the build up of sediments. They form when erosion occurs , from rivers, I . streams, and other 3,- elements. ‘
  7. 7. Examples of Sedimentary Rocks Breccia I I Sandstone Shale
  8. 8. Metamorphic Rocks 0 Metamorphic rocks are formed from older “parent” rock. 9 They form when the “parent rock" is under intense heat and pressure.
  9. 9. Examples of Metamorphic Rocks 0 Slate 9 g 6" : “ fine -. O Schist 9 - °
  10. 10. The Rock Cycle The Rock Cycle is the relationship between the 3 rock types. '2, ‘_ ' }‘: ‘.“. ‘I ‘IHg‘-3« ' J. 5 V : v.; $1., , 8;? ”-_E ‘ 'l if; V J §, ,§, $I~ . . ‘ Ha I ti‘! fa *' flu "I “$5 _. _ 7, . ‘.17: ~. . ‘wV_k e ‘ 7 (‘I-I“? n:; "$-iwg . . . r-rs)-"I . . , ‘I. -3‘ 1"‘ . ,»_ - . *_. ";I'§— I. : f1: f5, "I~'7‘= . - ‘l.
  11. 11. Review Igneous rocks are , » formed from cooled lava. Sedimentary rocks _, ._ are formed from erosion. Metamorphic rocks -- are formed from *3‘ heat and pressure. I
  12. 12. 9 What Type of Rock do I Have: How to tell an igneous rock from a sedimentary rock from a metamorphic rock. 0 The Rock Cycle: Learn more about the rock cycle, play a game, write a story, and more!
  13. 13. Works Cited 0 Beyond Books. (n. d.). The Rock Cycle. Retrieved April 24, 2007, from http: //www. beyondbooks. com/ ear82/7.asp 0 Google Images. (n. d.). Breccia. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //www. minsocam. org/ MSA/ K12/rkcycle/ c | astic. htm| 0 Google Images. (n. d,). Feldspars. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //www. chennaimuseum. org/ ... /021/imag es/ norite. j pg
  14. 14. 0 Google Images. (n. d.). Gneiss. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //www. minsocam. org/ MSA/ K12/rkcycle/ c lastic. htm| 9 Google Images. (n. d.). How Sedimentary Rocks Are Formed. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //earthsci. org/ mineral/ rockmin/ rckanim/ sedianim. gif 9 Google Images. (n. d,). Igneous Rocks. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //Iibrary. thinkquest. org/ ... /images/ igneo US-J'I39
  15. 15. 9 Google Images. (n. d.). Lava F/ ow. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //www. dedham. k12.ma. us/ webquest/ bk/ lava_f| ow. jpg 9 Google Images. (n. d.). Metamorphic Rocks. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //Iibrary. thinkquest. org/ ... /metamorphic. jpg 0 Google Images. (n. d.). Metamorphic Rocks Formation. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //www. geocities. com/ ... /formation_meta morphic. Jpg
  16. 16. 9 Google Images. n. d.). Olivine. Retrieved April 23, 200 , from http: //www. geo| ogy. neab. net/ pictures/ rock499.jpg 0 Google Images. (n. d.). Quartz. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //www. beg. utexas. edu/ ... /graphic s/ quartz400.]pg 0 Google Images. n. d. . Sandstone. Retrieved April 2 , 2 07, from http: // www. minsocam. org/ MSA/ K12/rkcycle/ c lastic. htm|
  17. 17. Google Images. §n. d.). Sandstone. Retrieved April 23, 2007, rom http: // www. minsocam. org/ MSA/ K12/rkcycle/ clastic. html Google Images. (n. d. . Schist. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: / www. minsocam. org/ MSA/ K12/rkcycle/ clastic. html Google Images. (n. d. . Sedimentary Rocks. Retrieved April 23, 2 07, from http: // | ibrary. thinkquest. org/ . . ./ sedimentary. jpg Google Images. (n. d.). Shale. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //www. minsocam. org/ MSA/ K12/rkcycle/ c | astic. ht ml
  18. 18. Google Images. (n. d.). Slate. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: // www. minsocam. org/ MSA/ K12/rkcycle/ clastic. html Google Images. (n. d.). The Rock Cycle. Retrieved April 24, 2007, from http: //www. naturescience. org/ Rockcycle. jpg Minerological Society of America. (n. d.). The Rock Cycle. Retrieved April 23, 2007, from http: //www. rocksandminerals. com/ rockcycle. htm The Rock Cycle. (n. d.). The Rock Cycle. Retrieved April 23, 2007, fromhttp: //www. rocksandminerals. com/ rockcycle. htm

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