Rudyard Kipling Elementary School

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Kipling Elementary School is a Chicago Public School educating students from Kindergarten through 8th grade.

6th Grade

Rocks & Minerals Study Guide 

2-23-15     Study Guide/ Test 2-26-15 / No Book / No Notes

Earth’s Structure- Directions- Create a study guide using notebook paper as you give a written response for all items below in Lessons 4,5, and 6. 

Monday- Directions- You will organize your study guide in correlation with the text.

 Pages 52-61.

 

L4- Sedimentary Rocks= Skim and scan the text locate the answer in the text and write it on your study guide.

 

  1. How do sedimentary rocks form?

Write the definition for each term:

  • weathering
  • erosion
  • deposition
  • compaction
  • cementation

2.            What are the 3 major types of sedimentary rocks? Write the definition for each term:

  • clastic rock
  • organic rock
  • chemical rock

3.            How are sedimentary rocks used?

  • List purposes in which sedimentary rocks would be used.

L5- Metamorphic Rocks= Skim and scan the text locate the answer in the text and write it on your study guide.

  1. What are metamorphic rocks?
  2. How do metamorphic rocks form?
  3. How are metamorphic rocks classified?
  4. How are metamorphic rocks used?
  • Foliated- define

 

 

Class- Read pages 62-65, take notes, and discuss the questions with your team using inside voices.                       L6- Rock Cycle

  1. Does the rock cycle have a beginning and an end? Explain
  2. What kind of rock forms from pieces of rock?
  3. How is recycling glass like events in the rock cycle?
  4. Explain the rock cycle.

** Study Study Study**- Please share your study guide with your family and ask them to quiz you.