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Is the Hudson River Too Salty to Drink?

Students explore reasons for varied salinity in bodies of water. In this geographical inquiry instructional activity, students use a variety of visual and written information including maps, data tables, and graphs, to form a hypothesis as to why the Hudson River is partially composed of salt water. Detailed vocabulary and concepts about the water cycle and the geographical patterns of rivers and streams is presented through teacher lecture and website content.

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Resource Details

Grade
6th - 9th
Subjects
21st Century Skills
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Resource Type
Lesson Plans
Instructional Strategy
Inquiry-Based Learning
Technology
Audio
Database & Spreadsheet
Video
Included Materials
  • Vocabulary

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