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Bedrowsky’s Shoot the “Rock”. SOL 5.7 Rocks and Minerals. Hoops. Vocab. Rocks. Mohs. Models. Minerals. Q 1 pt. Q 1 pt. Q 1 pt. Q 1 pt. Q 1 pt. Q 2 pt. Q 2 pt. Q 2 pt. Q 2 pt. Q 2 pt. Q 3 pt. Q 3 pt. Q 3 pt. Q 3 pt. Q 3 pt. Q 4 pt. Q 4 pt. Q 4 pt. Q 4 pt. Q 4 pt.

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bedrowsky s shoot the rock

Bedrowsky’s Shoot the “Rock”

SOL 5.7 Rocks and Minerals

hoops
Hoops

Vocab

Rocks

Mohs

Models

Minerals

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Hoops

Vocab

Rocks

Mohs

Models

Minerals

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1 pt question from vocabulary
1 pt. Question from Vocabulary
  • What describes how the surface looks as you reflect light from it?
  • A. streak
  • B. luster
  • C. hardness
  • D. texture
2 pt question from vocabulary
2 pt. Question from Vocabulary
  • What describes a mineral’s ability to resist scratches?
  • A. streak
  • B. luster
  • C. hardness
  • D. texture
3 pt question from vocabulary
3 pt. Question from Vocabulary
  • What describes the powder left behind as you rub the mineral against a white tile?
  • A. streak
  • B. luster
  • C. hardness
  • D. texture
4 pt question from vocabulary
4 pt. Question from Vocabulary
  • What is a natural solid that has its particles arranged in a crystal pattern?
  • A. rock
  • B. mineral
  • C. rock cycle
  • D. crust
5 pt question from vocabulary
5 pt. Question from Vocabulary
  • What is the Earth’s pattern of slow change in rocks from one type to another?
  • A. igneous rock
  • B. sedimentary rock
  • C. water cycle
  • D. rock cycle
1 pt question from rocks
1 pt. Question from Rocks
  • What type of rock forms when rock pieces are deposited over time are compacted and cemented together?
  • A. igneous rock
  • B. sedimentary rock
  • C. metamorphic rock
  • D. mineral
1 pt answer from rocks
1 pt. Answer from Rocks

B. Sedimentary rock

2 pt question from rocks
2 pt. Question from Rocks
  • What type of rock has been changed by high heat and pressure?
  • A. igneous rock
  • B. sedimentary rock
  • C. metamorphic rock
  • D. mineral
2 pt answer from rocks
2 pt. Answer from Rocks

C. Metamorphic rock

3 pt question from rocks
3 pt. Question from Rocks
  • What type of rock forms when melted rock hardens?
  • A. igneous rock
  • B. sedimentary rock
  • C. metamorphic rock
  • D. mineral
4 pt question from rocks
4 pt. Question from Rocks
  • What type of rock can show evidence of fossils, like seashells being inside?
  • A. igneous rock
  • B. sedimentary rock
  • C. metamorphic rock
  • D. mineral
4 pt answer from rocks
4 pt. Answer from Rocks

B. Sedimentary rock

5 pt question from rocks
5 pt. Question from Rocks
  • What makes a rock different from a mineral?
  • A. Rocks are made from the Earth; minerals are not
  • B. Minerals are made from rocks; rocks are not made of minerals
  • C. Rocks are made from minerals; minerals are not made of rocks
  • D. Minerals form from the rock cycle; rock do not
5 pt answer from rocks
5 pt. Answer from Rocks

C.Rocks are made from minerals; minerals are not made of rocks

1 pt question from mohs
1 pt. Question from Mohs
  • What mineral will be scratched by a fingernail?
  • A. Gypsum
  • B. Fluorite
  • C. Diamond
  • D. Quartz
2 pt question from mohs
2 pt. Question from Mohs
  • What mineral will not be scratched by a Feldspar?
      • A. Gypsum
      • B. Fluorite
      • C. Apatite
      • D. Quartz
3 pt question from mohs
3 pt. Question from Mohs
  • What mineral will scratch Topaz?
  • A. Gypsum
  • B. Fluorite
  • C. Corundum
  • D. Quartz
4 pt question from mohs
4 pt. Question from Mohs
  • What mineral will cut glass?
  • A. Gypsum
  • B. Fluorite
  • C. Talc
  • D. Quartz
5 pt question from mohs
5 pt. Question from Mohs
  • What mineral is only ½ of a point harder on the scale than a steel knife?
      • A. Apatite
      • B. Fluorite
      • C. Feldspar
      • D. Quartz
1 pt question from models
1 pt. Question from Models
  • What model would show how an igneous rock changes to a sedimentary rock?
      • A. An eraser rubbed on paper
      • B. Graham crackers mixed with melted butter and pressed into a crust
      • C. Cookie dough flattened and baked
      • D. Chocolate chip cookies and milk melted and cooled
1 pt answer from models
1 pt. Answer from Models

B. Graham crackers

2 pt question from models
2 pt. Question from Models
  • What model would show how metamorphic rock form?
      • A. An eraser rubbed on paper
      • B. Graham crackers mixed with melted butter and pressed into a crust
      • C. Cookie chip dough flattened and baked
      • D. Chocolate chip cookies and milk melted and cooled
2 pt answer from models
2 pt. Answer from Models

D. Chocolate Chip cookie dough flattened and baked

3 pt question from models
3 pt. Question from Models
  • What happens to fossils in metamorphic and igneous rocks?
      • A. They don’t exist
      • B. Disappear
      • C. Escape
      • D. Melts into the rock
3 pt answer from models
3 pt. Answer from Models

D. Melts into the rock

4 pt question from models
4 pt. Question from Models
  • What type of mineral is lighter than obsidian and makes it float in water?
      • A. granite
      • B. quartz
      • C. pumice
      • D. diamond
5 pt question from models
5 pt. Question from Models
  • What is the mineral name for salt?
      • A. how’s that light
      • B. haa haa light
      • C. halite
      • D. haloite
1 pt question from minerals
1 pt. Question from Minerals
  • A. Fluorite
  • B. Obsidian
  • C. Quartz
  • D. Talc
2 pt question from minerals
2 pt. Question from Minerals
  • A. Fluorite
  • B. Obsidian
  • C. Quartz
  • D. Granite
3 pt question from minerals
3 pt. Question from Minerals
  • A. Fluorite
  • B. Diamond
  • C. Quartz
  • D. Sapphire
4 pt question from minerals
4 pt. Question from Minerals
  • A. Fluorite
  • B. Diamond
  • C. Quartz
  • D. Sapphire
5 pt question from minerals
5 pt. Question from Minerals
  • A. Fluorite
  • B. Obsidian
  • C. Quartz
  • D. Granite
buzzer shot
Buzzer Shot
  • In which way(s) do scientists classify minerals?
  • (more than one answer may be appropriate)
  • A. hardness
  • B. volume
  • C. streak
  • D. luster
buzzer shot answer
Buzzer Shot Answer

A, C, & D.

hardness, streak, and luster