Rocks and Minerals Summative
Study Guide
Minerals
 Know the basic characteristics of minerals (Mineral Mystery Lab)
 Know the definition for the following terms: luster, streak, cleavage, fracture, hardness
Sedimentary Rock
 Know how a sedimentary rock is formed
 Know what the process is called where water, wind, and heat break down a rock
 Know the definition for the following terms: coarse grained, fine grained, foliated, nonfoliated
 Know what the description is for a conglomerate sedimentary rock (what would it look like)
 Know the definition for the following types of sedimentary rocks: clastic, organic, and chemical
Metamorphic Rock
 Know what two things are needed for metamorphic rock to form
 Know the definition for regional metamorphism and contact metamorphism
 Know that metamorphic rock can be created from all other rocks-All rocks can be turned into a metamorphic rock
 Know what kind of rock has mineral grains arranged in planes or bands
 Know what conditions are needed to form an intrusive or extrusive igneous rocks and know how they’d look if they were
fine grained or coarse grained
 Know the definition for felsic and mafic
 Know what has more time to grow if it takes longer to cool
 Know how an igneous rock is formed
Rock Cycle
 Be able to label a rock cycle diagram
Rocks and Minerals Summative
Study Guide
Minerals
 Know the basic characteristics of minerals (Mineral Mystery Lab)
 Know the definition for the following terms: luster, streak, cleavage, fracture, hardness
Sedimentary Rock
 Know how a sedimentary rock is formed
 Know what the process is called where water, wind, and heat break down a rock
 Know the definition for the following terms: coarse grained, fine grained, foliated, nonfoliated
 Know what the description is for a conglomerate sedimentary rock (what would it look like)
 Know the definition for the following types of sedimentary rocks: clastic, organic, and chemical
Metamorphic Rock
 Know what two things are needed for metamorphic rock to form
 Know the definition for regional metamorphism and contact metamorphism
 Know that metamorphic rock can be created from all other rocks-All rocks can be turned into a metamorphic rock
 Know what kind of rock has mineral grains arranged in planes or bands
 Know what conditions are needed to form an intrusive or extrusive igneous rocks and know how they’d look if they were
fine grained or coarse grained
 Know the definition for felsic and mafic
 Know what has more time to grow if it takes longer to cool
 Know how an igneous rock is formed
Rock Cycle
 Be able to label a rock cycle diagram
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