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  1. Geode Jeopardy!

  2. Geode Jeopardy!

  3. What are rocks?

  4. Rocks are a combination of minerals and other materials (organic / inorganic matter) Back to Menu

  5. What is rock Texture?

  6. Texture is the size, shape, or pattern of the grains that make up a rock. Back to Menu

  7. How would you describe the Texture of each rock shown below?

  8. Fine grained (difficult to see) and Coarse grained (easy to see) Back to Menu

  9. Describe this picture and what it represents?

  10. This picture illustrates the Rock Cycle: the recurring process of rock creation and destruction. Back to Menu

  11. What are the 3 types of rocks? Briefly describe how each type is formed.

  12. Igneous are formed from cooling of molten material. Sedimentary are formed from compaction of sediments. Metamorphic are formed from heat and pressure. Back to Menu Final Jeopardy

  13. What is the difference between Lava and Magma?

  14. Lavais molten material that reaches the surface. Magmais molten material below the surface. Back to Menu

  15. What are the 3 ways Igneous rocks are classified?

  16. Origin Texture Mineral Composition Back to Menu

  17. Igneous rocks are described by where they form. What are the two ways?

  18. Intrusive rocks form inside Earth. Extrusive rocks form on Earth’s surface. Back to Menu

  19. What are the types of Texturean Igneous rock can have?

  20. Coarse Grain: can be seen with the unaided eye Fine Grain: small and difficult to see Porphyritic: both coarse & fine grains No grains: cooled too quickly Back to Menu

  21. What can you determine about the chemical composition of these two igneous rocks?

  22. One has a high silica content (felsic), and the other has a very low silica content (mafic). Back to Menu Final Jeopardy

  23. Metamorphic rocks are like what group of heroes?

  24. The … Back to Menu

  25. What 2 forces create a Metamorphic rock?

  26. The forces of Heatand Pressure. Back to Menu

  27. Give 3 ways that a rock changes through Metamorphosis.

  28. Texture Appearance Composition Crystal Structure Density Increases Back to Menu

  29. Are Metamorphic rocks likely to contain fossils? Explain.

  30. No. Metamorphic rocks go through extreme heat and pressure, which would destroy any fossils present. Sedimentary rocks are the only type that will contain fossils. Back to Menu

  31. Metamorphic rocks can be classified in two ways. Describe what they are.

  32. Metamorphic rocks can be either Foliated (grains arranged in layers) or Non-Foliated (grains arranged randomly). Back to Menu Final Jeopardy

  33. What are Sediments?

  34. Sedimentsare pieces of rock, mineral, or organic matter. Back to Menu

  35. DAILY DOUBLE! Explain Weathering and Erosion.

  36. Weathering is the breaking down of material into sediment. Erosion is the carrying away of sediment by wind or water. Back to Menu

  37. List the steps of Sedimentary rock formation in the correct order.

  38. Weathering Erosion Deposition Compaction Cementation Back to Menu

  39. What are the 3 types of Sedimentary rocks?

  40. Clasticare rock fragments squeezed together. Organic contain remains of plants and animals. Chemical form when dissolved minerals crystallize Back to Menu

  41. What are the major types of weathering? Give 3 examples of each type.

  42. Mechanical Weathering includes Abrasion, freeze/thaw, plants, and animal activity. Chemical Weathering includes Acid rain, water, oxygen, & carbon dioxide. Back to Menu Final Jeopardy

  43. Q1

  44. A1 Back to Menu

  45. Q2

  46. A2 Back to Menu

  47. Q3

  48. A3 Back to Menu

  49. Q4

  50. A4 Total Energy Back to Menu