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Chapter 8 Science Jeopardy

Rocks and Minerals Gradual Changes Rapid Changes Geologist's Guess! Random Rocks and More!
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Solid material found in Earth's crust (and in rocks!) that has a definite chemical make-up.

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Solid material found in Earth's crust (and in rocks!) that has a definite chemical make-up.


minerals

 


A solid material made of one or more minerals. 

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A solid material made of one or more minerals. 


rock


A type of rock that forms when melted rock from Earth's mantle cools and hardens.

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A type of rock that forms when melted rock from Earth's mantle cools and hardens.


igneous rock


Rock formed when rock particles are deposited and later hardened.

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Rock formed when rock particles are deposited and later hardened.


Sedimentary rock


A continuous process by which rocks are created, changed from one form to another.

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A continuous process by which rocks are created, changed from one form to another.


Rock cycle


True or False. Gradual changes happen fast.

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True or False. Gradual changes happen fast.


False. Gradual changes happen SLOW. 


What are the three gradual changes, in order!

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What are the three gradual changes, in order!


Weathering, Erosion, Deposition


The dropping of sediment moved by water, wind and ice.

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The dropping of sediment moved by water, wind and ice.


deposition 


The slow wearing away of rock into smaller pieces.

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The slow wearing away of rock into smaller pieces.


weathering


The movement of rock material from one place to another. 

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The movement of rock material from one place to another. 


erosion 


True or false.  Rapid changes happen slowly.

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True or false.  Rapid changes happen slowly.


False.  Rapid changes happen quickly.


What are three examples of RAPID changes.

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What are three examples of RAPID changes.


Landslide, volcano, earthquake, Tsumani...


The sudden movement of loose rock and soil down a steep slope.

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The sudden movement of loose rock and soil down a steep slope.


Landslide


What is the shaking of the ground caused by a sudden breaking and movement of large sections of Earth's crust.

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What is the shaking of the ground caused by a sudden breaking and movement of large sections of Earth's crust.


Earthquake


An opening in Earth's crust (where pressure builds up) is 

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An opening in Earth's crust (where pressure builds up) is 


Volcano


What is the name of a scientist who studies Earth, its processes and history. 

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What is the name of a scientist who studies Earth, its processes and history. 


Geologist


The hot, molten material that is found within the Earth's crust.

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The hot, molten material that is found within the Earth's crust.


Magma


How is magma able to reach the surface?

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How is magma able to reach the surface?


Pressure.


True or False. Both igneous and sedimentary rocks can be changed into metamorphic rock.

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True or False. Both igneous and sedimentary rocks can be changed into metamorphic rock.


True


Metamorphic rocks are formed from __________ and _______________ .

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Metamorphic rocks are formed from __________ and _______________ .


Heat and pressure.


Molten rock that reaches Earth's surface.

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Molten rock that reaches Earth's surface.


Lava


True or False. Sediment is carried by wind, moving water, and moving ice.

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True or False. Sediment is carried by wind, moving water, and moving ice.


True


True or False. Weathering, Earthquake, and Deposition are the 3 gradual/slow changes.

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True or False. Weathering, Earthquake, and Deposition are the 3 gradual/slow changes.


False. Weathering, EROSION, and deposition are the 2 slow changes.  Earthquake is a fast/rapid change.


True or false. The outer core is a solid layer of Earth.

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True or false. The outer core is a solid layer of Earth.


False.  The inner core.


What are the four layers of Earth (in order)?

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What are the four layers of Earth (in order)?


inner core, outer core, mantle, crust



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