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Earth and Astronomical Science for Future Elementary Teachers

by: Jerel Raynor Sr.

Earth and Astronomical Science for Future Elementary Teachers GEOL 102

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Jerel Raynor Sr.
Cal State Fullerton
GPA 3.78

Patricia Butcher

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jerel Raynor Sr. on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to GEOL 102 at California State University - Fullerton taught by Patricia Butcher in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 41 views. For similar materials see /class/217060/geol-102-california-state-university-fullerton in Geology at California State University - Fullerton.

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Date Created: 09/30/15
Geology 102 Study Topics MiniExam SP11 This miniexam It is worth 40 points other 3 exams worth 120 pnts each will take 15 hrs I will provide the exam no blue book or scantron needed The exam has 2 parts 1 Mineral and rock ID 20 pnts You can use flowcharts tables and hardness kits to ID only time you will be tested on ID and 2 Topics below essaydrawshort answermultiple choice questions 20 pnts closed book and closed note Three steps to study for exam 1 compile study guide information words definitions figures synthesize them explain processes use notes prelabs textbook Power Point slides posted on BB and activities 2 understand material 3 commit it to memory How can you tell if you knoW the material in the exam sense Answer questions on a m piece of paper if you can do this you will do well on the exam Any time topic below says draw you should be able to do this with lots of explanation just like you did in class Earth Structure Draw Earth and the 3 layers defined by composition What are the other 5 layers why are they grouped together what individual properties does each layer have Which layers formed by the process of differentiation what is this Compare the crust and the lithosphere What are the 2 types of crust What are the two components of lithosphere Which layer is like the cookie in the Tvvix bar and why Which layer constitutes the plates Which layer floats on the asthenosphere What is the Theory of Plate Tectonics Convection explain how convection works by drawing a detailed picture with a 5step process Include information about temperature density heat loss convection cells and a heat source Which layers of Earth are involved in this process Minerals What is a mineral What is the difference between cleavagefracture and crystal form Why are elements arranged in columns in the Periodic Table Which bond types are suggested for sodium and chlorine for silicon and oxygen Define the 2 bond types including relative strength What is the atomic number Draw a carbon atom and label the parts including number and charge of each component How is halite created Explain the 3 steps in detail using element pictures and chemical formula equations Rocks Explain all textures crystalline clastic phaneritic aphanitic glassy foliated nonfoliated and know which rocks they relate to Write sentences for each of the these rocks sandstone halite limestone breccia granite basalt tuff andesite marble gneiss including rock type subcategory in that rock type rock forming process compositionwhat made of texture howwhere made General Math know how to do these Density Scientific notation powers of 10 Conversions dimensional analysis how to do it I will provide conversion equivalents Mineral and Rock ID Mineral ID You will ID unknown samples of minerals using ow charts and tables you lled in Rock ID You will ID samples of three rock types using ow charts and tables you lled in


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