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CHAPTER                                                         NEW CHAPTER           Rocks the BIG idea Rocks change into...
CHAPTER HOME       KEY CONCEPT3.1    The rock cycle shows how rocks change.                                               ...
CHAPTER HOME         KEY CONCEPT3.1      The rock cycle shows how rocks change.                                           ...
CHAPTER HOME      KEY CONCEPT3.1   The rock cycle shows how rocks change.                                               VO...
CHAPTER HOME         KEY CONCEPT           Igneous Rock Textures* These rocks are usually defined by their textures.   VOC...
CHAPTER HOME        KEY CONCEPT3.2     Igneous rocks form from molten rock.                                               ...
CHAPTER HOME       KEY CONCEPT3.2    Igneous rocks form from molten rock.                                              VOC...
CHAPTER HOME       KEY CONCEPT3.2    Igneous rocks form from molten rock.                                              VOC...
CHAPTER HOME      KEY CONCEPT3.1   The rock cycle shows how rocks change.                                                 ...
CHAPTER HOME        KEY CONCEPT3.3     Sedimentary rocks form from earlier rocks.                                         ...
CHAPTER HOME        KEY CONCEPT3.3     Sedimentary rocks form from earlier rocks.                                         ...
CHAPTER HOME     KEY CONCEPTCategories of Sedimentary Rocks                                                    VOCABULARY1...
CHAPTER HOME          KEY CONCEPT                      Clastic Rocks                                                      ...
CHAPTER HOME      KEY CONCEPT                  Organic Rocks                                                        VOCABU...
CHAPTER HOME       KEY CONCEPT                 Chemical Rocks                                                      VOCABUL...
CHAPTER HOME       KEY CONCEPT3.1    The rock cycle shows how rocks change.                                               ...
CHAPTER HOME         KEY CONCEPT3.4      Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks         change.                         ...
CHAPTER HOME      KEY CONCEPT3.4   Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks      change.                                  ...
CHAPTER HOME          KEY CONCEPT3.4       Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks          change.                      ...
CHAPTER HOME       KEY CONCEPT3.1    The rock cycle shows how rocks change.                                               ...
CHAPTER HOME        KEY CONCEPT3.2     Igneous rocks form from molten rock.II. Igneous rocks form from molten rock.       ...
CHAPTER HOME        KEY CONCEPT3.3     Sedimentary rocks form from earlier rocks.                                         ...
CHAPTER HOME        KEY CONCEPT3.4     Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks        change.                            ...
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    1. 1. CHAPTER NEW CHAPTER Rocks the BIG idea Rocks change into other rocks over time. 3.1 The rock cycle shows how rocks change. 3.1 3.2 Igneous rocks form from molten rock. 3.2 3.3 Sedimentary rocks form from earlier rocks. 3.3 3.4 Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks change. 3.4 CHAPTER OUTLINE
    2. 2. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.1 The rock cycle shows how rocks change. VOCABULARY rockrock rock cycle A naturally formed solid that is usually made igneous rock up of one or more types of minerals. sedimentary rock Classified by where they are found, color, metamorphic rock texture and mineral composition KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    3. 3. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.1 The rock cycle shows how rocks change. VOCABULARYProcesses at Earths surface and heat within Earth rockcause rocks to change into other types of rocks. rock cycle sediment igneous rock sedimentary rock Sedimentary metamorphic rock igneous Metamorphic magma SECTION SECTION OUTLINE OUTLINE
    4. 4. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.1 The rock cycle shows how rocks change. VOCABULARY rockigneous rock rock cycle Rock that forms as molten rock cools and igneous rock becomes solid. sedimentary rock metamorphic rock KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    5. 5. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT Igneous Rock Textures* These rocks are usually defined by their textures. VOCABULARY Texture Definition Example Glassy Shiny, looks like glass Obsidian Fine grained Microscopic crystals Basalt Coarse grained Interlocking crystals Granite Porphyritic Rocky road texture Rhyolite
    6. 6. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.2 Igneous rocks form from molten rock. VOCABULARYAs molten rock cools, minerals crystallize and form intrusive igneousigneous rocks. rock extrusive igneous rock Extrusive igneous rocks cool quickly at Earths surface. Intrusive igneous rocks cool slowly within Earth. SECTION SECTION OUTLINE OUTLINE
    7. 7. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.2 Igneous rocks form from molten rock. VOCABULARY intrusive igneous rockintrusive igneous rock extrusive igneous Igneous rock that forms as magma cools rock below Earth’s surface. Slow cooling produces larger crystals. Ex. Granite KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    8. 8. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.2 Igneous rocks form from molten rock. VOCABULARY intrusive igneous rockextrusive igneous rock extrusive igneous Igneous rock that forms as lava cools on rock Earth’s surface. Cools faster producing smaller crystals or holes. Ex. Basalt, pumice KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    9. 9. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.1 The rock cycle shows how rocks change. VOCABULARY rocksedimentary rock rock cycle Rock formed as pieces of older rocks and igneous rock other loose materials get pressed or cemented sedimentary rock together or as dissolved minerals re-form and build up in layers. metamorphic rock KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    10. 10. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.3 Sedimentary rocks form from earlier rocks. VOCABULARYLayers of sedimentary rocks form as sediment• sediments are pressed or cemented together SECTION SECTION OUTLINE OUTLINE
    11. 11. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.3 Sedimentary rocks form from earlier rocks. VOCABULARYLayers of sedimentary rocks form as sediment• sediments are pressed or cemented together• dissolved minerals re-form as water evaporates SECTION SECTION OUTLINE OUTLINE
    12. 12. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPTCategories of Sedimentary Rocks VOCABULARY1. Clastic: made of fragments of previously existing rocks2. Organic: formed directly or indirectly from plants or animals that were once living3. Chemical: formed from large mineral deposits
    13. 13. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT Clastic Rocks VOCABULARYClastic rocks are made of fragments of previously existing rocks• Divided into categories according to shape and size of fragments Conglomerate: 1/3 of the rock contains pebbles Sandstone: made of sand sized grains Shale: made of particles smaller than sand
    14. 14. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT Organic Rocks VOCABULARYOrganic: formed directly or indirectly from plants oranimals that were once living• Limestone: contains calcite and shells. Sometimes fossils• Chalk: fine grained limestone• Coal: formed from remains of living things
    15. 15. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT Chemical Rocks VOCABULARYChemical: formed from large mineraldeposits• Rocks that are mined from mineral deposits that formed by evaporation• Examples: rock salt, gypsum
    16. 16. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.1 The rock cycle shows how rocks change. VOCABULARY rockmetamorphic rock rock cycle Rock formed as heat or pressure causes igneous rock existing rock to change in structure, texture, or sedimentary rock mineral composition. metamorphic rock KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    17. 17. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.4 Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks change. VOCABULARYMetamorphic rocks form as the structure of the parent metamorphismrocks change and as their minerals recrystallize. recrystallization foliation heat and pressure shale schist SECTION SECTION OUTLINE OUTLINE
    18. 18. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.4 Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks change. VOCABULARY metamorphismrecrystallization recrystallization The process by which bonds between atoms in foliation minerals break and re-form in new ways during metamorphism. Ex. Granite becomes gneiss Shale becomes slate Sandstone becomes quartzite KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    19. 19. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.4 Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks change. VOCABULARYfoliation metamorphism The arrangement of minerals within rocks into flat recrystallization or wavy parallel bands (stripes); a characteristic of most metamorphic rocks. foliation Examples: schist, slate, gneissunfolliated: not banded (no stripes) Example: marble KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    20. 20. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.1 The rock cycle shows how rocks change. VOCABULARYI. The rock cycle shows how rocks change. rock A. Most rocks are made of minerals. rock cycle B. Our world is built of rocks. igneous rock C. Rocks change as they move through the rock cycle. sedimentary rock 1. Rock Types metamorphic rock 2. Rocks in the Crust KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    21. 21. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.2 Igneous rocks form from molten rock.II. Igneous rocks form from molten rock. VOCABULARY intrusive igneous A. Magma and lava form different types of igneous rock rocks. extrusive igneous 1. Origin of Igneous Rocks rock 2. Textures of Igneous Rocks 3. Composition of Igneous Rocks B. Igneous rocks make long-lasting landforms. 1. Intrusive Rock Formations 2. Extrusive Rock Formations KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    22. 22. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.3 Sedimentary rocks form from earlier rocks. VOCABULARYIII. Sedimentary rocks form from earlier rocks. sediment A. Some rocks form from rock particles. 1. Forming and Transporting Rock Particles 2. Forming Loose Sediment into Rocks B. Some rocks form from plants or shells. 1. Coal 2. Limestone C. Some rocks form when dissolved minerals re-form from water. D. Sedimentary rocks show the action of wind and water. KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
    23. 23. CHAPTER HOME KEY CONCEPT3.4 Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks change. VOCABULARYIV. Metamorphic rocks form as existing rocks change. metamorphism A. Heat and pressure change rocks. recrystallization B. Metamorphic changes occur over large and small areas. foliation 1. Change over Large Areas 2. Change over Small Areas C. Most metamorphic rocks develop bands of minerals. 1. Foliated Rocks 2. Nonfoliated Rocks KEY CONCEPT KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY SUMMARY
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