From RegentsEarth.com How to play Earth Science Battleship

From RegentsEarth.com How to play Earth Science Battleship

From RegentsEarth.com How to play Earth Science Battleship Divide the class into two teams, Red and Purple. Choose which team goes first. The main screen is divided into 49 boxes. The first team chooses a box by letter and number, E4 for instance. Each team or the team captain must be told which squares hide their ships. (see notes below this slide) Click on the Q at the center of the square. Be careful to click only on the Q. A question will appear. IF the team answers the question correctly, click on return to board. This will take you back to the main game board. Now click anywhere else in the box (except the Q). The box will disappear and you find out if you

hit and destroyed one of the enemy ships. If the team did not answer the question correctly simply return to the main board and allow the other team to choose a box and answer a question. The first team to successfully sink all four of the other teams ships wins. The RED team must sink purple ships and the PURPLE team must sink red ships. (if youre playing at home to review, click on answer for the correct response) Get out your reference tables. Lets play! Q Q Q

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Q Question A1 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which rocks are most likely sedimentary in origin? ANSWER A&E Back to main board Question A2

Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which rock is formed from molten material that solidified deep within the Earth? ANSWER Rock B Back to main board Question A3 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown.

Which rock would most likely contain fossils? ANSWER Sandstone Back to main board Question A4 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which of these rocks may have formed from granite that was subjected to high heat and pressure?

ANSWER Gneiss Back to main board Question A5 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which rock shows banding of minerals and formed as a result of the recrystallization of unmelted material. ANSWER Gneiss

Back to main board Question A6 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which rock formed from sediments with a wide range of sizes? ANSWER Conglomerate Back to main board Question A7

Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which physical property of minerals is illustrated by the flat surfaces seen in the diagram? ANSWER Cleavage Back to main board Question B1 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown.

Which two processes involved in sedimentary rock formation are illustrated in the diagram above? ANSWER Compaction and cementation Back to main board Question B2 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which of these rock samples is most probably basalt?

ANSWER Sample D (contains pyroxene) Back to main board Question B3 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which two of the igneous rocks listed above formed closest to or on the surface of the Earth? ANSWER

C and D (fine texture) Back to main board Question B4 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which rock is illustrated in the diagram? ANSWER Obsidian or Basaltic Glass Back to main board

Question B5 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What is the name of the structure illustrated above? ANSWER (Silicon-Oxygen) Tetrahedron Back to main board Question B6

Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Rock B is most probably................................. ANSWER Gabbro Back to main board Question B7 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which two rocks formed deep within the Earth?

ANSWER Rocks A and B (coarse texture) Back to main board Question C1 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What kind of rock is sample #4? ANSWER Shale

Back to main board Question C2 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Rock sample 5 is most probably............................. ANSWER Gneiss (coarse texture & banding) Back to main board Question C3

Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which of these correctly shows the structure of the silicon-oxygen tetrahedron? ANSWER #4 Not on Test Back to main board Question C4 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown.

Rock B is most probably......................... ANSWER Granite Back to main board Question C5 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which of these could be a magnified view of a sample of Rhyolite?

ANSWER Sample 2 (intergrown crystals) Back to main board Question C6 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which mineral identification test would involve the scale shown here? ANSWER The scratch test

Back to main board Question C7 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Why do the rocks limestone and marble both bubble when in contact with acid? ANSWER Both are made of the mineral calcite Back to main board

Question D1 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What causes the characteristic shape of the quartz crystal shown in the diagram? ANSWER The internal arrangement of atoms Back to main board

Question D2 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which of these is the basic building block of the mineral quartz? ANSWER #1 not on test Back to main board Question D3 Click timer to start

1 min. countdown. ANSWER Choice 1 Back to main board Question D4 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. The parent rock of marble.

ANSWER Limestone Back to main board Question D5 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Explain the relationship between time allowed for for magma to cool and the size of the resulting crystals. ANSWER The longer magma has to cool, the larger the

Crystals. Back to main board Question D6 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which test used for the identification of minerals is illustrated here? ANSWER Streak test Back to main board

Question D7 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Both graphite and diamond are made entirely of carbon atoms. What accounts for the different properties of these two minerals. ANSWER Different internal arrangements of atoms Back to main board

Question E1 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. The cave formations seen here are created by the interactions of water and this mineral............. ANSWER Calcite not on test Back to main board

Question E2 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What probably caused the distortion of structure seen in this rock? ANSWER Heat and/or pressure (metamorphism) Back to main board Question E3

Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Which rock is formed by the low-grade metamorphism of shale? ANSWER Slate Back to main board Question E4 Click timer to start

1 min. countdown. Which foliated, shiny rock is the result of the metamorphosis of Shale or granite. ANSWER Schist Back to main board Question E5 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown.

Rock A might be (give one of several possible answers) ANSWER Conglomerate, Breccia, Sandstone, Siltstone or Shale Back to main board Question E6 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Rock C is coarse grained and shows mineral banding. What is it? ANSWER Gneiss

Back to main board Question E7 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What term describes the way a mineral reflects light? ANSWER Luster Back to main board Question F1

Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. In what kind of environment would deposits of chalk form? ANSWER Under water a marine environment Back to main board Question F2 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown.

Name a volcanic, vesicular, igneous rock which contains plagioclase feldspar, quartz, and potassium feldspar. ANSWER Pumice Back to main board Question F3 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Its metallic, black or silver and fractures. What is it?

ANSWER Magnetite Back to main board Question F4 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. The most common silicate mineral found in the rocks on Earths Surface. ANSWER

Quartz Back to main board Question F5 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. A chemical sedimentary rock that forms from precipitates of calcite. What is it? ANSWER Limestone

Back to main board Question F6 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Forms from the compacted remains of dead plants. ANSWER Coal Back to main board Question F7

Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. Its intrusive , felsic, low density, and contains intergrown crystals that are large in size. It is probably.... ANSWER Granite Back to main board Question G1 Click timer to start

1 min. countdown. A metmorphic rock can become a sedimentary rock. It would first have to undergo these two processes to break down into sediment. ANSWER Weathering and erosion Back to main board Question G2 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown.

A rock is best described as an element, compound Or mixture? ANSWER Mixture Back to main board Question G3 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What word should replace letter C?

ANSWER Coarse Back to main board Question G4 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What characteristic of some minerals is illustrated in the diagram?

ANSWER Cleavage Back to main board Question G5 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What is rock X? Hint (has sediment that are smaller than Pebbles but bigger than silt)

ANSWER Sandstone Back to main board Question G6 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What is rock Y? ANSWER Gneiss

Back to main board Question G7 Click timer to start 1 min. countdown. What does B mean? ANSWER The color of a mineral in powdered form Back to main board

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