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Rock ID Lab. Ms. Steele. Brain POP. What are the three types of rocks? Let’s review! http://www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/typesofrocks/. Allows people to determine the identify of items They consist of a series of choices that lead us to the correct name

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rock id lab

Rock ID Lab

Ms. Steele

brain pop
Brain POP
  • What are the three types of rocks?
  • Let’s review!
  • http://www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/typesofrocks/
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Allows people to determine the identify of items

  • They consist of a series of choices that lead us to the correct name
  • Dichotomous means “divided into 2 parts” so you will always have two steps
  • Always start with number one EVERY TIME
  • Go through all of the questions until you reach the correct description and answer
results
Results
  • What did you struggle with?
  • Which rocks were difficult to identify?
  • What is an intrusive rock?
  • What is an extrusive rock?
  • What is foliated?
  • What is non-foliated?
biotite granite
Biotite Granite
  • Large black crystal formations
  • Light in color
nephelite syenite
NepheliteSyenite
  • Small flecks
  • Shimmery
  • Light in color
hornblende gabbro
Hornblende Gabbro
  • Grainy
  • No dominant crystals
  • Dark in color
basalt
Basalt
  • Gray in color
  • Dull gray with a slight curve to one edge
obsidian
Obsidian
  • Black volcanic glass
scoria
Scoria
  • Deep red to brown and porous
mica schist
Mica Schist
  • Metamorphic rock
  • Tan gray and black
rerun
RERUN
  • Recall-Summarize what you did in lab
  • Explain-Explain the purpose of the lab
  • Results-Describe the results of the lab and what they mean
  • Uncertainties-Describe what you are still unsure about
  • New-Write at least 2 new things you have learned from this lab