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  1. Rocks • OBJECTIVE: SWBAT (students will be able to) describe the processes that change one form of rock into another. • HOMEWORK: Study notes (rock cycle) Today is Friday, Sept. 13th & Monday, Sept. 16th 1

  2. Agenda PowerPoint Activity • Activity 1- Rock Cycle Visualization • Draw Rock Cycle in your notebook using crayons/colored pencils • Activity 2- make sure you answer the questions at the end in your notebook • Activity 3- Answer in your notebook

  3. Warm-up • Watch the following clips • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pg_jKJFbA2A • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pm6cCg_Do6k • Click on the different arrows (pathways) and observe how the rock changes. • Go to the Active Art Rock Cycle Activity • http://phschool.com/home.html • Enter Web Code: cfp-1056 3

  4. Activities • Activity I: Draw the Rock Cycle (Next slide) • ES0602 – Move the cursor over the arrows and add the name of the rock-forming process to your rock cycle diagram • Activity II: Use this link on Interactive Rock Cycle Animation ES0602 Read and view the animations on step 1 & 2 looking for more detail 4

  5. The Rock Cycle

  6. The Rock Cycle Rocks! Today is Sept. 17th Homework: Read pages 31-32 & complete Sr on page 32

  7. Activities • Activity III: The Law of the Conservation of Matter: • Matter is neither created nor destroyed. A piece of matter may under go a CHANGE OF PHASE or may react chemically either within itself or with other matter, but the amount of matter does not change. • Explain how this law applies to the rock cycle 7

  8. Conclusion #1 • Using the rock above, create a sequence chart explaining how this rock could change to a metamorphic rock, then igneous and then back to sedimentary. • Use these terms: erosion, heat, pressure, melting, volcanic activity 8