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Do you Dare Challenge The Great, All Knowing Robot Robie! Robie Knows More Than You! S6E5 Students will investigate the scientific view of how the earth’s surface is formed Elements: b Investigate the contribution of minerals to rock composition c Classify rocks by their process of formation d Describe processes that change rocks and the surface of the earth Rock Cycle Song (Sing to the tune of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat") SEDIMENTARY rock Has been formed in layers Often found near water sources With fossils from decayers Then there's IGNEOUS rock Here since Earth was born Molten Lava, cooled and hardened That's how it is formed These two types of rocks Can also be transformed With pressure, heat and chemicals METAMORPHIC they'll become Which of the four rock samples is most likely a sedimentary rock? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 many very small grains of sand in Robie Says – Great Job! different layers large crystal shape that is almost Robie Says – Try Again clear, has smooth sides solid black color, looks like smooth Robie Says – Try Again glass with sharp edges Robieof Says – Try Again rough surface full holes, lightweight Next Which kind of rock is formed by the processes shown? 16 20 13 19 11 26 24 21 15 23 18 30 29 27 25 22 14 12 28 10 17 Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back Next Robie Says – Try Again Basaltic Robie Says – Great Job! Sedimentary Robie Says – Try Again Igneous Robie Says – Try Again Metamorphic Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Next Robieless Says than – Try Again Robie Says –than Try Again more – Great Job!than less Robie thanSays 8, but more – Tryless Again than moreRobie thanSays 4, but An unknown mineral can be scratched by topaz, but not by feldspar According to the scale, which of the above best describes the hardness of the unknown mineral? When a volcano erupts, lava flows out from the top What type of rock is formed as the lave cools? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back Robie igneous Says – Great Job! Robie Says – Try Again magma Robie Says – Try Again sedimentary Robie Says – Try Again metamorphic 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Next The picture below shows a mineral sample being tested with a metal file Which property of a mineral is most likely tested in this way? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Robie Says – Try Again color Robie Says – Great Job! hardness Robie Says – Try Again luster Robie Says – Try Again streak Next Which of the following areas is most likely to form metamorphic rocks such as gneiss and schist? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 RobieaSays Try Again sea– floor Says – Try desert Again aRobie windblown Robie Says –underground Great Job! a site deep Robie Says – Try a site covered byAgain a glacier Next The picture shows a limestone building block Which of these best shows that the limestone was formed from ocean sediments? Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Says –of Trythe Again The Robie position fossils Robie Says – Try The number ofAgain fossils Robie Says –of Great Job! The type fossils Robie Says Try Again The size of– the fossils Next 12 18 14 10 11 22 29 27 24 25 20 21 15 16 17 13 30 26 19 28 23 The picture shows what kind of rock layers in the Grand Canyon? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back Next Robie extrusive Says – Try Again Robie Says – Try Again igneous Robie Says – Try Again metamorphic Robie Says – Great Job! sedimentary The streak test that is used to identify minerals involves studying the – Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Next Says –with Try Again mineral’s Robie crystals a microscope Robie Says –color Try Again heated mineral’s as it cools Appearance of the mineral under Robie Says – Try Again fluorescent light color ofRobie the Says powdered form of the – Great Job! mineral Lava cools to form – Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Robie Says – Great Job! Igneous rock Robie Says – Try Again Sedimentary rock Robie Says – Try Again Metamorphic rock Robie Says – Try Again Sandstone Next What all these mineral samples have in common? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Robie Says – Try Again luster Robie Says – Great Job! color Robiehardness Says – Try Again Robie Says – Try Again streak Next Why are most fossils found in sedimentary rocks? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Next Robie rocks Says – Try Again Sedimentary are not very old Organisms live only in areas with Robie Says – Try Again sedimentary rock Robie Says Great Job! Organisms can– be preserved in sedimentary rock Sedimentary rocks are found only at Robie Says – Try Again the surface of the ground A group of students found metamorphic rocks near a campsite The presence of metamorphic rocks is most likely evidence of Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Robie Says – Try Again dinosaur activity Robie Says deposition – Try Again sediment Robie Says – Try sand Again wind-borne Robie Sayspressure – Great Job! high Next Which of the following processes will change a sedimentary rock into an igneous rock? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Robie and Says – Great Job! Melting crystallization Robie Says Again Erosion and– Try deposition Robie Saysand – Try deposition Again Deformation Robie Says – Try Again Faulting and fracturing Next The rock shown is composed primarily of large crystals that were formed by – Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Robie Says – magma Great Job! cooling Robie Says – Try shells Again compacting Robieweathering Says – Try Again Robie Says – Try Again faulting Next Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Next Robie Says – Try Again Below species W Robie Says – Greatlayer Job! In the lowest Robie Says Try Again Above the– ash layer Robie – Try Again In Says sandstone These cross sections show the location of fossilized Species (W, X, and Y) found in rock layers at two nearby sites Species X is probably the oldest because it is found – The diagram shows a test for which mineral property? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 26 27 28 29 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 30 Robie Says – Great Job! hardness Robie cleavage Says – Try Again Robie Says – Try Again luster Robie Says – Try Again streak Next A student made observations of four rock samples Which of these observations most likely describes a sedimentary rock? Which Answer Below is Correct? - Robie Knows! Back 25 29 26 27 24 21 22 19 14 15 16 17 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 Next Robie Saysand – Trydark Again crystals bands of light pink, gray, and white crystals grown Robie Says – Try Again together made up of Says one–huge, pale pink Robie Try Again crystal Made up of layers of sand grains Robie Says – Great Job! cemented together Authored by Jeff Ertzberger - 2004 University of North Carolina at Wilmington All rights reserved All Clipart and Sounds Copyright Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Office Gallery Online – All Rights Reserved Some images have been modified from original version This presentation may not be sold, or redistributed without written permission, and may only be used for non-profit educational use Using and Distributing this Template You are free to use this template in non-profit educational settings Be sure to check Jeff Ertzberger’s digital templates web site for even more template games and great resources http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/msgames.htm End It [...]... 11 12 28 23 20 18 13 10 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Robie and Says – Great Job! 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