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  1. PLANET EARTH There are 20 questions on this test: Rocks and Minerals – Questions 1 – 8 Rock Classification – Questions 9 – 16 The Rock Cycle – Questions 17 – 20 Each slide is timed to change automatically You will have 45 seconds to complete each question Following the last slide on this test – Question 20 Follow your teacher’s instructions to score and record the test. All of your answers should be recorded on the Student Response Form – PE75-2 GLO 2 – Earth Composition

  2. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rocks and Minerals • Question 1 • The building blocks of rocks are naturally occurring solid materials called … • A. grains • B. crystals • C. minerals • D. granules • Question 2 • Specific patterns such as cubic, tetragonal, hexagonal, orthohombic, monoclinic and triclinic describe how minerals line up in a regular pattern creating smooth surfaces and sharp edges, making systems of ... • A. synthetic models • B. mineral hardness • C. crystal structure • D. cleavage types Slide will change automatically

  3. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rocks and Minerals • Question 3 • Minerals can be identified by certain clues. The clue that identifies the color of the powdered form of the mineral left behind when it is rubbed against a rough surface is called its .. • A. streak • B. lustre • C. shape • D. color • Question 4 • The way a mineral reflects light describes its … • A. streak • B. lustre • C. shape • D. color Slide will change automatically

  4. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rocks and Minerals • Question 5 • The hardness of a mineral is measured with a scale. The scale is used to help identify minerals, because each mineral will scratch all the minerals with a lower scale ranking than its own. Named after a German scientist, the scale is called... • A. Fahrenheit’s Scale • B. Newton’s Scale • C. Richter’s Scale • D. Mohs Scale • Question 6 • On the scale of hardness, this mineral is the softest and can be scratched with a soft pencil point .. • A. talc • B. quartz • C. gypsum • D. diamond Slide will change automatically

  5. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rocks and Minerals • Question 7 • If a mineral easily splits into two smooth surfaces, like mica, it is described as … • A. lustre • B. fracture • C. cleavage • D. hardness • Question 8 • There are over 500 mines and quarries scattered across Canada, with mining operations in every province and territory. Canada is the world’s largest exporter of minerals. The Ekati mine in Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories began operations in 1998. It was the first mine in Canada to recover this mineral … • A. molybdenum • B. diamond • C. copper • D. silver Slide will change automatically

  6. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rock Classification • Question 9 • Igneous rock, can be intrusive rock and extrusive rock. These rocks are all formed from ... • A. crystals • B. sediment • C. Earth’s crust • D. magma or lava • Question 10 • Igneous rock can be classified by how it is formed. If it has formed beneath the surface, cooling slowly, it has larger grains and is called … • A. interior • B. intrusive • C. exterior • D. extrusive Slide will change automatically

  7. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rock Classification • Question 11 • Evan and Abby were investigating the banks of the river and discovered a large section had been eroded away. They could see layers of different soil types. These visible layers are called ... • A. cementation • B. sedimentation • C. calcification • D. stratification • Question 12 • Soil that has organic, living material, gets covered over and each layer puts pressure on the organic debris – compressing it into peat, lignite, bituminous and anthracite. The hardest type of coal is called… • A. peat • B. lignite • C. anthracite • D. bituminous Slide will change automatically

  8. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rock Classification • Question 13 • Metamorphic rock is rock that has changed form. It is usually formed ... • A. below the Earth’s surface • B. on the Earth’s surface • C. when rock is heated • D. when rock is cooled • Question 14 • Shale changes to slate and then changes to schist. To change these rocks into other types requires … • A. time and technology • B. time and sediments • C. heat and temperature • D. heat and pressure Slide will change automatically

  9. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rock Classification • Question 15 • Limestone and sandstone are common types of sedimentary rock. These types of rock usually occur in … • A. flows • B. caves • C. layers • D. glaciers • Question 16 • Geologists identify mineral ores locations, which are hidden below the surface of the Earth, using different tools and technologies. Using sensitive instruments, such as a magnetometer, geologists are using this technique ... • A. geophysical prospecting • B. geochemical prospecting • C. remote sensing • D. exploration Slide will change automatically

  10. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – The Rock Cycle • Question 17 • The formation of different types of rocks is described in the Rock Cycle. An important feature of this cycle is that it ... • A. cannot be reversed • B. does not have a set order • C. always forms in the same way • D. doesn’t have any shortcuts or detours • Question 18 • The rocks and minerals that cover the first 50 meters or so of the Earth’s surface include sand, gravel, stones, and boulders. This material is called … • A. overburden • B. underburden • C. shield cover • D. common rock cover Slide will change automatically

  11. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – The Rock Cycle • Question 19 • Most of these types of rocks are hidden beneath the surface in Alberta, however, they are revealed in Pelican Rapids. The type of rock is … • A. magma • B. igneous • C. sedimentary • D. metamorphic • Question 20 • You will likely find dramatic examples of these types of rocks in The Badlands of Dinosaur Provincial Park, around Drumheller. The erosion and exposure of this type of rock took many years to complete. • A. magma • B. igneous • C. sedimentary • D. metamorphic Slide will change automatically

  12. PLANET EARTH This is the end of this test: ANSWER KEY Rocks and Minerals – Questions 1 – 8 Rock Classification – Questions 9 – 16 The Rock Cycle – Questions 17 – 20 Follow your teacher’s instructions to score and record the test. The slide will be advanced on the Mouse Click All of your answers should be recorded on the Student Response Form – PE75-2 GLO 2 – Earth Composition

  13. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rocks and Minerals • Question 1 • The building blocks of rocks are naturally occurring solid materials called … • A. grains • B. crystals • C. minerals • D. granules • Question 2 • Specific patterns such as cubic, tetragonal, hexagonal, orthohombic, monoclinic and triclinic describe how minerals line up in a regular pattern creating smooth surfaces and sharp edges, making systems of ... • A. synthetic models • B. mineral hardness • C. crystal structure • D. cleavage types

  14. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rocks and Minerals • Question 3 • Minerals can be identified by certain clues. The clue that identifies the color of the powdered form of the mineral left behind when it is rubbed against a rough surface is called its .. • A. streak • B. lustre • C. shape • D. color • Question 4 • The way a mineral reflects light describes its … • A. streak • B. lustre • C. shape • D. color Slide will change automatically

  15. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rocks and Minerals • Question 5 • The hardness of a mineral is measured with a scale. The scale is used to help identify minerals, because each mineral will scratch all the minerals with a lower scale ranking than its own. Named after a German scientist, the scale is called... • A. Fahrenheit’s Scale • B. Newton’s Scale • C. Richter’s Scale • D. Mohs Scale • Question 6 • On the scale of hardness, this mineral is the softest and can be scratched with a soft pencil point .. • A. talc • B. quartz • C. gypsum • D. diamond

  16. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rocks and Minerals • Question 7 • If a mineral easily splits into two smooth surfaces, like mica, it is described as … • A. lustre • B. fracture • C. cleavage • D. hardness • Question 8 • There are over 500 mines and quarries scattered across Canada, with mining operations in every province and territory. Canada is the world’s largest exporter of minerals. The Ekati mine in Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories began operations in 1998. It was the first mine in Canada to recover this mineral … • A. molybdenum • B. diamond • C. copper • D. silver

  17. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rock Classification • Question 9 • Igneous rock, can be intrusive rock and extrusive rock. These rocks are all formed from ... • A. crystals • B. sediment • C. Earth’s crust • D. magma or lava • Question 10 • Igneous rock can be classified by how it is formed. If it has formed beneath the surface, cooling slowly, it has larger grains and is called … • A. interior • B. intrusive • C. exterior • D. extrusive

  18. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rock Classification • Question 11 • Evan and Abby were investigating the banks of the river and discovered a large section had been eroded away. They could see layers of different soil types. These visible layers are called ... • A. cementation • B. sedimentation • C. calcification • D. stratification • Question 12 • Soil that has organic, living material, gets covered over and each layer puts pressure on the organic debris – compressing it into peat, lignite, bituminous and anthracite. The hardest type of coal is called… • A. peat • B. lignite • C. anthracite • D. bituminous

  19. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rock Classification • Question 13 • Metamorphic rock is rock that has changed form. It is usually formed ... • A. below the Earth’s surface • B. on the Earth’s surface • C. when rock is heated • D. when rock is cooled • Question 14 • Shale changes to slate and then changes to schist. To change these rocks into other types requires … • A. time and technology • B. time and sediments • C. heat and temperature • D. heat and pressure

  20. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – Rock Classification • Question 15 • Limestone and sandstone are common types of sedimentary rock. These types of rock usually occur in … • A. flows • B. caves • C. layers • D. glaciers • Question 16 • Geologists identify mineral ores locations, which are hidden below the surface of the Earth, using different tools and technologies. Using sensitive instruments, such as a magnetometer, geologists are using this technique ... • A. geophysical prospecting • B. geochemical prospecting • C. remote sensing • D. exploration

  21. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – The Rock Cycle • Question 17 • The formation of different types of rocks is described in the Rock Cycle. An important feature of this cycle is that it ... • A. cannot be reversed • B. does not have a set order • C. always forms in the same way • D. doesn’t have any shortcuts or detours • Question 18 • The rocks and minerals that cover the first 50 meters or so of the Earth’s surface include sand, gravel, stones, and boulders. This material is called … • A. overburden • B. underburden • C. shield cover • D. common rock cover

  22. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – The Rock Cycle • Question 19 • Most of these types of rocks are hidden beneath the surface in Alberta, however, they are revealed in Pelican Rapids. The type of rock is … • A. magma • B. igneous • C. sedimentary • D. metamorphic • Question 20 • You will likely find dramatic examples of these types of rocks in The Badlands of Dinosaur Provincial Park, around Drumheller. The erosion and exposure of this type of rock took many years to complete. • A. magma • B. igneous • C. sedimentary • D. metamorphic

  23. GEOLOGIAL PERSPECTIVES - PLANET EARTH GLO 2 – The Rock Cycle • The 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. • Can You Make Up Your Own Version of A Song About The Rock Cycle?