Students review the water cycle, investigate how the water supply of a region can become contaminated, and suggest possible ways to improve water quality.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Uses of Water.
To distinguish between general academic words and words that are specific to science using Academic vs. Content Vocabulary.
To develop the ability to categorize words from the text based on pre-assigned Word Categories.
Connect your daily life experiences with specific points in a reading using a Double Entry Diary.
For ice sculpture artists to make the best ice sculptures they must really understand the science of ice.
Students will explore the possibility of drinking recycled water, look at how astronauts recycle water in space, and determine their own water footprint.
Explains the pros and cons of fracking, particularly regarding the use of water as fracking fluid.
Discover how streams are monitored and why monitoring is necessary.
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A calculator for how much water you use daily based on your daily water consumption activities.
A poll of where people from different states get their drinking water be it filtered, tap, or bottled.
A little guessing game about how much water it takes to "grow" certain things such as a hamburger.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Uses of Water.