Water Everywhere: Is There Enough to Drink?
This Water Everywhere: Is There Enough to Drink? lesson plan also includes:
Learners examine water supply issues caused by population growth and land use. They read and discuss an article, develop a water usage trivia game, write a news article, illustrate a desalination process, and research aquifer systems.
48 Views 75 Downloads
- Folder Types
- Activities & Projects
- Graphics & Images
- Handouts & References
- Lab Resources
- Learning Games
- Lesson Plans
- Primary Sources
- Printables & Templates
- Professional Documents
- PD Courses
- Study Guides
- Performance Tasks
- Graphic Organizers
- Writing Prompts
- Constructed Response Items
- AP Test Preps
- Lesson Planet Articles
- Interactive Whiteboards
- Home Letters
- Unknown Types
- All Resource Types
- Show All
See similar resources:
How Water Pollution Is Cleaned UpLesson Planet
As a follow-up from the previous lesson, young environmentalists discuss the benefits of water filtration and whether or not it's the best option. Other alternatives including air stripping, bioremediation, and phytoremediation are...
5th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Water, Water Everywhere DifferentLesson Planet
Water is not all created equal! Prove it to your class by having them complete a science laboratory to analyze the properties of different samples of water. Learners use equipment to measure qualities such as conductivity, hardness, and pH.
9th - 12th Science
Is It Clean or Just Unseen? Dirty Water and the Naked EyeLesson Planet
How dirty is the water you consume? Pupils investigate a contaminated water source to determine the bacterial cell count. They participate in a discussion once results are obtained and relate this to drinking water and health safety.
9th - 12th Science
Your Hidden Water Footprint: Defining a Problem to Find a SolutionLesson Planet
One 17-ounce bottle of Cola requires around 46 gallons of water to produce. How is that possible? Young scientists learn about the hidden water used to produce everyday items. They research, discuss, and look for ways to reduce water...
6th - 10th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Chemistry: What is pH—How to Calculate pHLesson Planet
Is it better to drink an acid or a base? An informative video explains what pH is and how to calculate it. As part of a larger chemistry playlist, it features both the Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry definitions. It also demonstrates...
9 mins 9th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Fact or Fiction: Uncooked Rice Is Bad for BirdsLesson Planet
Rice is made of starches that absorb moisture, but is it enough to be harmful to birds? In true myth-buster form, a video lesson explains the science that disproves the thought that rice is bad for birds. The episode compares the...
5 mins 9th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable
When Is Water Safe to Drink?Lesson Planet
How safe is the drinking water you have access to? Colors, smells, and other factors may lead you to finding out if your water is safe. Watch a video that explains the ways water becomes filtered and ways to know when water is contaminated.
5 mins 6th - 12th Science
Is There a Reproducibility Crisis in Science?Lesson Planet
Less than 25 percent of published research proves reproducible. The video discusses the importance of duplicating results, introduces the challenge related to this task, and examines the issue from multiple points of view, allowing for...
5 mins 7th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable