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  1. Paper Airplanes!

  2. Rules • Make a paper air plane • I will call on you • If you answer it correctly, you have the opportunity to throw the airplane into the trash can • If you make it, your team will receive 1 point! • Let’s play!!

  3. 1. Tectonic plates are constantly moving and interacting with each other. This causes lots of pressure to build up. This pressure along with heat from the mantle below changes rocks. Which type of rock is most likely to form from this heat and pressure? • Igneous • Sedimentary • Metamorphic • Minerals

  4. 2. As you were walking home, you noticed a large rock near the woods and went closer to examine it. You found that there was evidence of seashells and other fossils within the rock. After you brought the rock to school, your science teacher told you that it was probably formed from cementation and compaction. What type of rock is this? • Igneous • Metamorphic • Sedimentary • Minerals

  5. 3. Which of the following rocks would be weathered the fastest? • A rock at the top of Mt. Everest • A rock at the back of Mrs. Calabrese’s classroom • A rock buried several feet underground in the desert. • A rock on display at the Florida Museum of Natural History

  6. 4. Scientists use the acronym DINOS to identify minerals in their field. What does the letter “O” in DINOS stand for? • a. Orderly arrangement of atoms • b. Organic • c. Obsidian • d. Only one element

  7. 5. A rock is subjected to intense heat that melts it into magma. After time, the magma erupts from a volcano, and quickly cools on the ground nearby, forming very small dark crystals. This rock is a __________. • a. Intrusive Metamorphic Rock • b. Extrusive Igneous Rock • c. Foliated Metamorphic Rock • d. Detrital Sedimentary Rock

  8. 6. Coal is formed by the compaction and cementing of dead animal remains over many thousands of years. How would you classify this rock? • A. Clastic Sedimentary • B. Chemical Sedimentary • C. Biochemical Sedimentary • D. Pyroclastic Sedimentary

  9. 7. Which is the best example of erosion? • A. Breaking apart of rock due to water freezing in a crack • B. A pebble being moved by a stream • C. Limestone being dissolved by acid water • D. Bedrock being broken in an area to form soil

  10. 8. Florida’s bedrock is limestone. Limestone gets dissolved by water and changes into a new substance. Limestone is an example of what? • A. Chemical Weathering • B. Mechanical Weathering • C. Erosion • D. Deposition

  11. 9. What can be done to reduce the erosion of soil on a hillside? • A. Chop down any plants or vegetation • B. Plant more vegetation • C. Remove all exposed rocks • D. Make the hill steeper

  12. 10. What does it mean for a metamorphic rock to be foliated? • A. Dark-colored • B. Contains wavy bands of minerals • C. Light-colored • D. Less dense than water

  13. 11. Mr. Ruppert loves to climb to the tops of mountains to yodel. During his last yodeling trip, the echo of his terrible singing caused a vibration in the canyons, breaking apart rock and sending it hurdling down the mountain in a landslide until it came to rest covering a small town. Which of the following HAS NOT occurred? • a. Mechanical Weathering • b. Chemical Weathering • c. Erosion • d. Deposition

  14. 12. What process or processes turn sediments into sedimentary rock?A. Compaction and CementationB. Gradation and EnervationC. Heat and PressureD. Weathering and Erosion

  15. 13. Mr. Fournier created a diamond in his science lab. It has an orderly arrangement of atoms, a definite composition, it is inorganic and it is a solid, yet Mr. Reddick says it is not a mineral. Who’s right and why?A. Mr. Fournier because it satisfies all 5 requirements of DINOSb. Mr. Reddick because it is not naturally occurringc. Mr. Fournier because it is a highly prized precious stoned. Mr. Reddick because he’s bigger than Mr. Fournier

  16. 14. Which of the following is NOT formed by water erosion? • A. Canyons • B. Deltas • C. Sand Dunes • D. Beaches

  17. 15. Which of the following is an example of deposition? • a. Sandstorm blowing sand • b. Avalanche tumbling snow down a mountain • c. Ice Wedging breaking a rock in two • d. Sediments settling to form a delta

  18. 16 17 Melting 19 20 Magma 21 Metamorphic

  19. 22. Landforms can be created from various forces. Which of the following could be responsible for the formation of a canyon?A. A river eroding deeper into the groundB. Wind eroding dirt and sand particles from the wallsC. Ice wedging causing rock fall along the sidesD. All of the above