Igneous Rocks Part 2

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Igneous Rocks Part 2

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  1. Igneous Rocks Part 2

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    • Learning Intentions:
    • Explain that most igneous rocks are a composite (combination) of basic rock-forming minerals like quartz, feldspar, biotite and amphibole
    • Describe the properties of igneous rocks
    • Give some examples of igneous rocks
    • Give some uses of igneous rocks
    • Terms: quartz, feldspar, biotite, granite, basalt, dolerite, pumice, obsidian, scoria
  2. Igneous Rocks Part 2

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    • Let’s recap some of yesterday’s learning;
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    • Let’s recap some of yesterday’s learning;
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    • Let’s recap some of yesterday’s learning;
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    • Let’s recap some of yesterday’s learning;
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    • Go to Pearson, Unit 8.1 and scroll down to…
    • Read up to..
    • Stop here, then come back.
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    • Write a paragraph that explains why some igneous rocks are light in colour and others are darker.
    • Also, write down: “Colour is a characteristic that is sometimes helpful when classifying igneous rocks”.
    • Stop here, then come back.
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    • Back at Pearson, read from…
    • up to..
    • Stop here, then come back.
  10. Igneous Rocks Part 2

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    • Write a paragraph that explains why extrusive igneous rocks tend to have very small crystals in them.
    • Write a paragraph that explains why many extrusive igneous rocks have spaces in them.
    • Stop here, then come back.
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    • Back at Pearson, read from…
    • up to..
    • Stop here, then come back.
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    • Write a paragraph that explains why intrusive igneous rocks tend to have large crystals in them.
    • Write a paragraph that explains what the picture on the right is showing.
    • Stop here, then come back.
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    • Back at Pearson, read from…
    • to the end.
    • Stop here, then come back.
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    • Copy table 8.1.1
    • Stop here, then come back.
  15. Homework

    Slide 15 - Homework

    • Your end-of-topic test is next Thursday, so we need to start doing some revision.
    • Go to unit 8.2 and click on the Review section. Over the weekend, see how much of the review questions you can do.
    • I will have some solutions for you on Monday, so you can check your answers. I will also want to see how much you did!
    • If you get as far as Q16, stop when you’ve done that one.
    • TEST