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Igneous Rocks 5 Rock Stations Igneous Rock Quiz (Edmodo)
p. 94 Bell Ringer What is a rock? • A solid piece or earth, containing one or more minerals. What do we use rocks for? • Landscaping, building, sidewalks
p. 94 Bell Ringer Define: Magma – liquid rock underneath the surface Lava – liquid rock on the surface. Igneous rocks – form when magma or lava cools Extrusive igneous rock – forms when lava quickly cools on the surface forming no crystals or small crystals. Intrusive igneous rocks – forms when magma under the surface cools slowly forming large crystals.
p. 95 Volcanic Landforms Visit our class website under IGNEOUS ROCKS.
p. 96 What is a volcano? • Visit our class website for notes. • Create a layered booklet and color.
p. 97 Top 5 Volcanoes • Visit our class website and look for the powerpoint under IGNEOUS Rocks
p. 98 Igneous Rock ID Visit our Website and view Powepoint.
Edmodo Quiz • Complete Igneous Rock Edmodo Quiz
p. 99 Bell Ringer What are sediments? Sediments form from larger rocks breaking through weathering. How do sediments move? Sediments move by wind, ice, and water (erosion)
Sedimentary Rock Stations • • p 99 Bell Ringer p 100 Sediment Notes p 101 Erosion Notes p 102 physical weathering lab p 103 Sedimentary Rock ID p 104 Weathering and Erosion Sorting Game P 105 Weathering (Red Book)
p. 99 Bell Ringer Define Sediment – rocks particles broken down and made by weathering Sedimentary rock – made when sediments become solid. Clastic sedimentary rock – grains and pebbles form solid rock Chemical sedimentary rock – forms when minerals come out of solution and settle on ocean floor Organic sedimentary rock – forms from the remains of once living things.
p. 100 Sediment Notes • Visit our class website for Sediment Notes under SEDIMENTARY rocks.
p. 101 Erosion Notes • Visit our class website for notes under SEDIMENTARY notes.
P 102 Physical Weathering Lab • See Mrs. Salem for a sugar cube in a bag. • You will complete the labsheet.
p. 103 Sedimentary Rock ID • Visit our class website to view a powerpoint on Sedimentary rocks.
p. 104 Weathering and Erosion Game • See Mrs. Salem for the sorting game.
p. 105 Weathering • Answer question on question sheet using Red Book.
Edmodo Quiz • Complete Sedimentary Rock Edmodo Quiz
Metamorphic Rock Stations • • p 100 Bell Ringer p 107 Metamorphic Rock ID p 108 Metamorphic Starburst Lab p 109 Pressure on Metamorphic Rocks
p 106 Bell Ringer • What does metamorphic mean? meta = changed morphic = shaped
p. 106 Bell Ringer Define: Foliated – when mineral grains flatten and line up in layers of metamorphic rocks. Nonfoliated – when mineral grains in metamorphic rocks do not form layers Contact metamorphism – magma heats rock directly, but does not melt them Regional metamorphism – magma heats rock over a larger area, rock do not melt
p. 107 Metamorphic Rock ID • Visit our website and view a powerpoint on Metamorphic Rocks & note sheet.
P 108 Metamorphic Starburst Lab • See Mrs. Salem for 3 starburst candies. • Visit our class website and complete the “Edible Metamorphic Lab”
p. 109 Pressure on Metmorphic Rocks • Fill in the blanks on handout with the words from the wordbank.
Edmodo Quiz • Take the Metamorphic Rock Quiz on Edmodo
Rock Cycle Stations • • P 110 Rock Cycle Vocabulary foldable P 111 Rock Cycle Diagram with fun facts P 112 Classy Rocks P 113 Rock Review
p 110 Rock Cycle Vocabulary • Cut out foldable and glue to page 110. • Define words using “Sciencesaurus” p. 180
P 111 Rock Cycle Diagram • Visit our class website and click on Rock Cycle Button for a link. • View link and write 3 fun facts about the Rock Cycle.
P 112 Classy Rock • Fill in foldable.
P 113 Rock Classification Review • Fold in half. • Answer questions on front and fill in mind map on the inside
Edmodo Quiz • Rock Cycle Edmodo Quiz