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You will need: Science Book Science Notebook Scissors Glue Pencil Crayons or Markers. Day 1 The Rock Cycle. Introduction: Types of Rocks Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRaInMDNyE8. Introduction Summary – . Up Next: Rock Cycle Vocabulary. Weathering.

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Day 1 the rock cycle

  • You will need:

  • Science Book

  • Science Notebook

  • Scissors

  • Glue

  • Pencil

  • Crayons or Markers

Day 1

The Rock Cycle


Day 1 the rock cycle

Introduction:Types of Rocks Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRaInMDNyE8

Introduction Summary –

Up Next: Rock Cycle Vocabulary


Day 1 the rock cycle

Weathering

When rocks are broken down into smaller fragments.


Day 1 the rock cycle

Erosion

When rock fragments are moved by some force of nature.

www.mrscalaban.com/Erosion.htm


Day 1 the rock cycle

Deposition

When rock fragments are laid down in a new location.


Day 1 the rock cycle

Igneous Rock

Formed by cooling and hardening of hot liquid rock


Day 1 the rock cycle

Sedimentary Rock

Formed when sediments are pressed and cemented together


Day 1 the rock cycle

Metamorphic Rock

Formed when rocks are changed by heat & pressure.


Day 1 the rock cycle

Weathering

Formed when sediments are pressed and cemented together.

Formed when rocks are changed by pressure and heat.

Erosion

Formed by cooling and hardening of hot liquid rock.

Deposition

Igneous Rock

When rock fragments are laid down in a new location

Sedimentary Rock

When rock fragments are moved by some force of nature.

When rocks are broken down into smaller fragments.

Metamorphic Rock


Day 1 the rock cycle

Assignment:

Rock Cycle Vocabulary Flip Book

Weathering – When rocks are broken down into smaller fragments.

Erosion – When rock fragments are moved by some force of nature.

Deposition – When rock fragments are laid down in a new location.

Igneous Rock – Formed by cooling and hardening of hot liquid rock.

Sedimentary Rock – Formed when sediments are pressed and cemented together.

Metamorphic Rock – formed when rocks are changed by heat and pressure.


Day 1 the rock cycle

Day 2 –

Metamorphic Rock

  • You will need:

  • Science Book

  • Science Notebook

  • Pencil

  • Crayons or Markers

  • Rock Cycle Vocabulary Flip Book


Day 1 the rock cycle

Metamorphic Rock Study Jam

http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/rocks-minerals-landforms/metamorphic-rocks.htm


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Metamorphic Rocks

Gneiss -

  • Pronounced like the word “nice”.

  • Grey or pink with dark streaks or layers. Glittery.

  • Medium to course grained

  • Is sometimes used as facing stone on buildings


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Metamorphic Rocks

Slate

  • Often grey

  • Fine-grained

  • Used for roofs, floor tiles, billiard table tops and tombstones


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Metamorphic Rocks

Hornfels

  • Dark colored

  • Fine-grained

  • Used for decorative stones


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Metamorphic Rocks

Marble

  • Swirls and veins of many colors

  • medium to course grained

  • used for sculptures, building stone, sometimes used in paper, plastic and toothpaste


Day 1 the rock cycle

Compare – Shows how two or more things are alike.

Contrast – Shows how two or more things are different.


Day 1 the rock cycle

Day 3 –

Igneous Rock

  • You will need:

  • Science Book

  • Science Notebook

  • Pencil

  • Crayons or Markers

  • Rock Cycle Vocabulary Flip Book


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Igneous Rocks

Obsidian

  • Dark to black

  • glassy

  • frequently carved for jewelry – such as earrings, bracelets, and pendants


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Igneous Rocks

Pumice

  • Light colored

  • frothy

  • used as an abrasive material in hand soaps and emery boards


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Igneous Rocks

Basalt

  • Dark colored

  • fine-grained

  • used in aggregate (a component of a composite material used to resist compressive stress)


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Igneous Rocks

Granite

  • Light colored

  • course-grained

  • Used in architectural construction, ornamental stone and monuments


Day 1 the rock cycle

Compare – Shows how two or more things are alike.

Contrast – Shows how two or more things are different.


Day 1 the rock cycle

Day –

Sedimentary Rock

  • You will need:

  • Science Book

  • Science Notebook

  • Pencil

  • Crayons or Markers

  • Rock Cycle Vocabulary Flip Book


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Sedimentary Rocks

Coal

  • Black or brownish black

  • course-grained

  • Largest source of energy for the generation of electricity worldwide


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Sedimentary Rocks

Sandstone

  • White, tan, brown, reddish, dark colored

  • Sandpapery feel

  • Common building and paving material.


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Sedimentary Rocks

Conglomerate

  • Colorful

  • Course-grained

  • Used for construction industry and decoration.


Day 1 the rock cycle

Types of Sedimentary Rocks

Limestone

  • Abundant fossils, greys, tans, lighter shades

  • Fine grained

  • Used for manufacture of paper, linoleum, fiberglass and carpet backing.


Day 1 the rock cycle

Compare – Shows how two or more things are alike.

Contrast – Shows how two or more things are different.


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