Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation

Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation
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Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation
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Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation
Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation
Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation
Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation
Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation
Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation
Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook & Power Point Presentation
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  1. Rocks and Minerals This power point is a key component to my explanation portion on the 5E lesson plan. The power point presentation covers: what is a mineral, organic vs. inorganic, crystalline structure, elements, compounds, mixtures, silicates, non silicates, metal, nonmetals, streak, cleavage,
  2. Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook 38 page Section has a lot to offer! - 32 Rocks & Minerals Flap-Fold Vocabulary words - Unlike other Interactive Notebooks, this INB has typed definitions.o This is important for students (Modifications & 504) who require written copies!- Venn Diagram
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Rocks & Minerals Interactive Notebook 38 page Section has a lot to offer!

- 32 Rocks & Minerals Flap-Fold Vocabulary words

- Unlike other Interactive Notebooks, this INB has typed

definitions.

o This is important for students (Modifications & 504) who require

written copies!

- Venn Diagram comparing & contrasting Minerals & Rocks

- Moh’s Scale

- A reading passage describing Igneous, Sedimentary, and

Metamorphic Rocks

- Reading Passage (Rock Cycle)

- Rock Cycle Diagram

- Sketch & Cut (Intrusive vs. Extrusive Rock)

- Multiple choice questions

- BCR

- 35 Rocks & Minerals “Study Buddy” cards with an Answer Key

- BONUS – Beat the Clock Mineral Game!

This power point is a key component to my explanation portion on the 5E lesson plan. The power point presentation covers: what is a mineral, organic vs. inorganic, crystalline structure, elements, compounds, mixtures, silicates, non silicates, metal, nonmetals, streak, cleavage, fracture, hardness, and density.

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