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BELLWORK: Tree Map of a K-W-L. ROCK CYCLE. K. W. L. What do I think I already KNOW ?. What do I WANT to know?. What did I LEARN ?. Bedrock Geology. IANp . 75. Bedrock Geology - The Rock Cycle. Overall Guiding Question: How are we interrelated?. Key Content Question:

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Bedrock geology

BELLWORK: Tree Map of a K-W-L

ROCK CYCLE

K

W

L

What do I think I already KNOW?

What do I WANT to know?

What did I LEARN?

Bedrock Geology

IANp. 75


Bedrock geology the rock cycle

Bedrock Geology - The Rock Cycle

Overall Guiding Question: How are we interrelated?

  • Key Content Question:

    • How rocks are changed from one form to another through the rock cycle?

    • We will learn the processes and steps of the rock cycle to relate it to the surface and sub-surface events.

      Benchmark code: SC.7.E.6.2

Today’s Learning Goal:


Scale for checking understanding

Scale for Checking Understanding

  • LEARNING GOAL: We will learn the process and steps of the rock cycle to relate it to the surface and sub-surface events.

4

  • I can explain the relationship between the rock cycle with the surface and sub-surface events.

  • I can also identify level 2.

3

2

  • I canidentifythe different types of rocks (metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary) and describe the processes and steps of the rock cycle.

1

  • With help, I can identify and partially explain the Rock Cycle as in level 3 and 2.

  • I have a partial understanding but may still need help.

  • Even with help, I do not understand or can demonstrate any skills listed above.

0

I can create a model of the Rock Cycle to explain in-depth the effects of the rock cycle and the formation of different landforms commonly found on Earth

I can also explain level 3 and 2.


Make a foldable like this

Make a foldable like this…

3 Kinds of Rocks

Igneous

Sedimentary

Metamorphic

Textbook Source

Chapter 3.2

Textbook Source

Chapter 3.3

Textbook Source

Chapter 3.4

Resource: Prentice Hall - EARTH SCIENCE


Inside your foldable

Inside your foldable

Igneous

Sedimentary

Metamorphic

  • Igneous Rocks are formed when magma is cooled and harden.

  • Intrusive Igneous Rocks are cooled and harden beneath the Earth where Extrusive Igneous Rocks are hardened as lava is cooled on the surface.

  • Classification: Texture and composition is used to classify Igneous Rocks.

  • Sedimentary Rocks are formed from the weathered products of preexisting rocks that have been transported, deposited, compacted, and cemented.

  • Classification: These rocks are grouped into clastic sedimentary rocks and chemical sedimentary rocks.

  • Metamorphic Rocks are formed by the alteration preexisting rock by heat, pressure, and/or chemically active fluids called hydrothermal solution.

  • Classification: By texture and composition. It can be Foliated or Nonfoliated.

Staple foldable onto IANp. 74


Scale for checking understanding1

Scale for Checking Understanding

  • LEARNING GOAL: We will learn the processes and steps of the rock cycle to relate it to the surface and sub-surface events.

4

  • I can explain the relationship between the rock cycle with the surface and sub-surface events.

  • I can also identify level 2.

3

2

  • I canidentifythe different types of rocks (metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary) and describe the processes and steps of the rock cycle.

1

  • With help, I can identify and partially explain the Rock Cycle as in level 3 and 2.

  • I have a partial understanding but may still need help.

  • Even with help, I do not understand or can demonstrate any skills listed above.

0

I can create a model of the Rock Cycle to explain in-depth the effects of the rock cycle and the formation of different landforms commonly found on Earth

I can also explain level 3 and 2.


Bedrock geology

Geological Processes


Bedrock geology

Rock Cycle & Processes

Staple onto IANp. 76


Bedrock geology

The Mount Rushmore National Monument is carved from the granite of South Dakota’s Black Hills. This granite rock is an igneous rock.


Bedrock geology

The Utahs’ Bryce Canyon are made of limestone and sandstone. This is an example of Sedimentary Rock.


Bedrock geology

Here is a Gneiss Rock. Notice the ribbonlike layers formed by heat and pressure. This is a great example of a Metamorphic Rock.


Bedrock geology

Conglomerate

Shale

Coal

Dolomite

Sandstone

Siltstone

Rock Salt

Limestone

Akrose


Tonight s homework

Tonight’s Homework

  • In a Tree Map - Name and describe the six major ways of classifying igneous rock. (Chapter 3.2) on IANp. 77 top half.

  • Make a flow map to show the steps in the process of the formation of sedimentary rock. Be sure to describe what happens at each stage. (Chapter 3.3) on IANp. 77 bottom half.


Bedrock geology

Complete the L section of the K-W-L Tree Map


Scale for checking understanding2

Scale for Checking Understanding

  • LEARNING GOAL: We will learn the processes and steps of the rock cycle to relate it to the surface and sub-surface events.

  • I can create a model of the Rock Cycle to explain in-depth the effects of the rock cycle and the formation of different landforms commonly found on Earth

  • I can also explain level 3 and 2.

4

  • I can explain the relationship between the rock cycle with the surface and sub-surface events.

  • I can also identify level 2.

3

2

  • I canidentifythe different types of rocks (metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary) and describe the processes and steps of the rock cycle.

1

  • With help, I can identify and partially explain the Rock Cycle as in level 3 and 2.

  • I have a partial understanding but may still need help.

  • Even with help, I do not understand or can demonstrate any skills listed above.

0


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