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Rocks Foldable

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  • 1. Make a foldable like this… Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic
  • 2. Read Igneous Rocks (Chapter 3-2)
    • How are igneous rocks formed?
    • In what ways do intrusive igneous rocks differ from extrusive igneous rocks?
    • By what properties are igneous rocks classified?
    • Name and describe the six major ways of classifying igneous rocks.
    Copy the questions into your foldable then read and answer them
  • 3. Read Sedimentary Rocks (Chapter 3-3)
    • Make a flow map to show the steps in the process of the formation of a sedimentary rock. Be sure to describe what happens at each step.
    • How are sedimentary rocks grouped?
    • What are the three major groupings of sedimentary rocks? How do they differ?
    • How can sedimentary rocks act as clues to Earth’s history?
    Copy the questions into your foldable then read and answer them
  • 4. Read Metamorphic Rocks (Chapter 3-4)
    • Describe the two different ways in which metamorphic rocks can be formed.
    • Name the three agents that can cause rocks to morph. Describe how each agent can cause change.
    • How are the metamorphic rocks classified? What are the major differences between the two groups?
    Copy the questions into your foldable then read and answer them