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Earth’s Structure & The Rock Cycle. Chapters 8 & 9 Jeopardy Review 2014. Round 1. Round 2. Layer Up! – 10 points. Earth’s thickest layer Mantle. Next Question. Layer Up! – 20 points. The layer of Earth composed of molten metal Outer core. Next Question. Layer Up! – 30 points.

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earth s structure the rock cycle

Earth’s Structure & The Rock Cycle

Chapters 8 & 9 Jeopardy Review

2014

round 1
Round 1

Round 2

layer up 10 points
Layer Up! – 10 points
  • Earth’s thickest layer
  • Mantle

Next Question

layer up 20 points
Layer Up! – 20 points
  • The layer of Earth composed of molten metal
  • Outer core

Next Question

layer up 30 points
Layer Up! – 30 points
  • List Earth’s layers in order from the center out.
  • Inner core, outer core, mantle, crust

Next Question

layer up 40 points
Layer Up! – 40 points
  • The part of Earth that is composed of the tectonic plates
  • Lithosphere (made of the crust and part of the mantle)

Next Question

layer up 50 points
Layer Up! – 50 points
  • From where do scientists get their (1) DIRECT evidence and (2) INDIRECT evidence that shows that Earth is composed of layers…
  • (1) Direct evidence comes from actual rock samples taken from Earth (2) Indirect evidence comes from measuring seismic waves

Next Question

stay classy 10 points
Stay Classy! – 10 points
  • Igneous rock that cools inside Earth is called ___________, while igneous rock that cools outside Earth’s surface is called _____________.
  • Intrusive; extrusive

Next Question

stay classy 20 points
Stay Classy! – 20 points
  • When all the grains of a rock are large and easy to see, we say the rock has a _______ _______ texture.
  • Coarse grained

Next Question

stay classy 30 points
Stay Classy! – 30 points
  • You are observing a rock that was formed under great heat and pressure deep within Earth. Its minerals appear to be arranged in parallel bands. What type of rock is it?
  • Foliated metamorphic

Next Question

stay classy 40 points
Stay Classy! – 40 points
  • Extrusive igneous rock is most likely to have a ________-grained texture. WHY?
  • Fine; because it cools outside Earth’s surface and therefore cools so quickly that there is not time for large grains to form

Next Question

stay classy 50 points
Stay Classy! – 50 points
  • Intrusive igneous rock is most likely to have a ________-grained texture. WHY?
  • Coarse; because it cools inside Earth’s surface and therefore cools more slowly, giving time for larger crystals to form

Next Question

you sed it 10 points
You Sed It! – 10 points
  • When a rock fragment separates from the “mother rock” due to atmospheric conditions, we call it ___________.
  • Weathering

Next Question

you sed it 20 points
You Sed It! – 20 points
  • A piece of sediment has just gone through the process of deposition. What did it do?
  • It came to rest in a new place after eroding.

Next Question

you sed it 30 points
You Sed It! – 30 points
  • You are observing a rock that appears to have shell fragments cemented together. What type of rock is it? How do you know?
  • Organic sedimentary; made from cementation of remains of once-living things

Next Question

you sed it 40 points
You Sed It! – 40 points
  • State the 5 things (in order) that occur as a sedimentary rock is formed.
  • Weathering, erosion, deposition, compaction, cementation

Next Question

you sed it 50 points
You Sed It! – 50 points
  • You are observing a rock that has very large chunks of sediment compacted together. Classify this rock using at least 3 vocabulary terms.
  • coarse grained, clastic, sedimentary rock

Next Question

moh knows best 10 points
Moh Knows Best – 10 points
  • The hardest known mineral is ___________ and it is given a value of ___ on Moh’s hardness scale.
  • Diamond; 10

Next Question

moh knows best 20 points
Moh Knows Best – 20 points
  • Which minerals on the table will scratch topaz?
  • Diamond & corundum

Next Question

moh knows best 30 points
Moh Knows Best – 30 points
  • What will happen if you rub apatatie against a sample of fluorite?
  • Apatite will scratch fluorite

Next Question

moh knows best 40 points
Moh Knows Best – 40 points
  • What will happen if you rub a mineral with hardness 4.5 against a sample of orthoclase?
  • The orthoclase will scratch the other mineral.

Next Question

moh knows best 50 points
Moh Knows Best – 50 points
  • What minerals from the table could a penny scratch?
  • Calcite, gypsum, and talc

Next Question

round and round we go 10 points
Round and Round We Go – 10 points
  • Rock that forms when another rock changes due to heat and/or pressure is called _________ rock.
  • Metamorphic

Next Question

round and round we go 20 points
Round and Round We Go – 20 points
  • Weathering is a rock cycle process that takes place on the outermost layer of the earth, which is called the _______.
  • Crust

Next Question

round and round we go 30 points
Round and Round We Go – 30 points
  • A typical sedimentary rock that forms when sediment such as sand cements together is called a ________ sedimentary rock.
  • Clastic

Next Question

round and round we go 40 points
Round and Round We Go – 40 points
  • Convection currents occur in the ________ of the earth and result in hot/less dense rock ______ while cooler/more dense rock ______.
  • Mantle; rising; sinking

Next Question

round and round we go 50 points
Round and Round We Go – 50 points
  • The part of the mantle in which convection is believed to occur is the ________.
  • Asthenosphere

Next Question

round 2
Round 2

Final Jeopardy

final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

Write down the amount you wish to wager on this question

final jeopardy1
Final Jeopardy
  • Name 5 specific rocks that we observed in class, and tell what kind of rock it was!
  • Igneous: gabbro (intrusive), granite (intrusive), pumice (extrusive), obsidian (extrusive)
  • Sedimentary: sandstone (clastic), conglomerate (clastic), rock salt (chemical), limestone (organic), coal (organic)
  • Metamorphic: schist (foliated), gneiss (foliated), marble (nonfoliated)