AIM: Explain the rock cycle and the role of plate tectonics in the rock cycle? OBJ: Given notes and activity sheet SWBAT explain the rock cycle and the role of plate tectonics in the rock cycle with 70% accuracy DN: Hand-in Metamorphic Lab write-up and - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Title: AIM: Explain the rock cycle and the role of plate tectonics in the rock cycle? OBJ: Given notes and activity sheet SWBAT explain the rock cycle and the role of plate tectonics in the rock cycle with 70% accuracy DN: Hand-in Metamorphic Lab write-up and


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AIM Explain the rock cycle and the role of plate
tectonics in the rock cycle?OBJ Given notes
and activity sheet SWBAT explain the rock cycle
and the role of plate tectonics in the rock cycle
with 70 accuracyDN Hand-in Metamorphic Lab
write-up and MRL Lab Quiz (Q1-12, scantron)
Watch video https//www.youtube.com/watch?vx7XH
13sSQuM ACT Introduction to Rock Cycle
(notes)Text, read p.164-166 Work on Rock Cycle
Activity SheetHW Complete Rock Cycle Activity
Sheet and Mineral Rocks Activity Sheet Mineral
Rocks Exam, March 20.
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The Rock Cycle
  • Forces deep inside Earth and at the surface
    produce a slow cycle that builds, destroys and
    changes the rocks in the crust.
  • Rock Cycle is a series of processes on Earths
    surface and in the crust and mantle that slowly
    changes rocks from one kind to another.

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Facts About The Rock Cycle
  • (1) Plate Tectonics and Rock Cycle
    interlocked/united together.
  • (2) Any rock can make any other rock
  • A Sedimentary Rock can produce a Igneous Rock,
    another Sedimentary Rock or a Metamorphic Rock.
  • An Igneous Rock can produce another Igneous Rock,
    a Sedimentary Rock or Metamorphic Rock.
  • A Metamorphic Rock can produce an Igneous Rock, a
    Sedimentary Rock or another Metamorphic Rock.
  • (3) Sediments first before Sedimentary Rocks can
    be made.
  • (4) Magma first before Igneous Rocks can be made.

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Facts About The Rock Cycle
  • Rock Processes
  • (1) Magma Melting
  • Igneous Rocks Solidification
  • (2) Sediments Weathering, Erosion
  • Sedimentary Rocks Deposition, Burial,
    Compaction, Cementation
  • (3) Metamorphic Rock heat pressure (no
    melting)

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A Cycle of Many Pathways
  • Igneous Rock cooling solidification of
    magma/lava.
  • Plate Tectonics uplift
  • Sedimentary Rock weathering, erosion
    (sediments), deposition, burial/accumulation,
    compaction cementation (lithification).
  • Plate Tectonics plate collision,
    mountain-building, subduction
  • Metamorphic Rock heat pressure (and chemical
    reaction) at great depth of any rock.
  • Plate Tectonics melting subducted plate, rising
    magma plume, volcanoes form at surface.

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The Rock Cycle Plate Tectonics
  • Igneous Rocks Plate movements start the rock
    cycle by helping to form magma, the source of
    igneous rocks. Where plates move apart and where
    ocean/continental or continental/continental
    plates come together, magma forms and cools
    forming igneous rocks.

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The Rock Cycle Plate Tectonics
  • Sedimentary Metamorphic Rocks The collision of
    continental plates can result in uplift and
    mountain-building. The mountains eventually are
    worn away leading to the formation of sedimentary
    rocks. In addition, this collision can push rocks
    down deep into the mantle where heat and pressure
    changes the rocks into metamorphic rocks.
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