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Rock formation Eric Angat Teacher Essential Question How are rocks formed? 1. What is the Rock cycle?
Any type of rock can become any type of rock. Rock cycle is the process where one type of rock becomes any type of rock. Uplift and exposed to water, wind, etc.
Weathering and erosion sediments Deposition, burial, lithification Igneous
rock Sedimentary rock Cooling and crystallization Rises on the surface as
lava Melted into Magma Metamorphic rock Heat and pressure
Weathering and erosion uplift sediments Igneous rock Cooling and crystallization
uplift Heat and pressure Melted intoMagma Metamorphic rock
Deposition, burial, lithification Sedimentary rock Heat and pressure There are three main types of rocks:
igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. Each of these types of rocks are formed in different ways and each type of rock can be changed into each of the other types of rock. Geologists call this process the Rock Cycle. Essentially the rock cycle is the process that makes and recycles rocks. http://kidsgeo.com/geology-for-kids/0025B-rock-cycle.php
2. How was fossil fuel formed? Rock Cycle Multiple choice: Choose your answer from the following: Igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic 3. Crystallization of magma forms __________. Igneous 4. Burial and compaction form ____________. Sedimentary
5. Heat and pressure form _______________. Metamorphic Sedimentary 6. Deposition of sediment forms ___________. 7. Melting and cooling form ______________. Igneous 8. Weathering of rocks forms_______________. Sedimentary 9. How are rocks recycled?
Rocks are recycled when they are broken by weathering and/or melted by magma when they are buried deep underground. Depending on the process that happens next, a new rock is formed. Tectonic plate movements contributes to the rock cycle. Sea floor spreading happening in the Atlantic Ocean.
Subduction happening around the pacific Ocean Volcanic eruptions happening within the Pacific Ring of Fire and other places . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryrXAGY1dmE 10. How are rocks classified? Rocks are classified on how they were formed and what type of minerals is present in them. 1. Igneous melting and cooling.
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