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About water

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WATER CYCLE

 

 

 

TASK:

 

Have a look at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_cycle and read the whole article.

If you want to better imagine the water cycle, have a look at this diagram earthguide.ucsd.edu/earthguide/diagrams/watercycle/index.html

 

Try to answer the following questions:

 

1. What are the most important parts of water cycle?

2. Is the water cycle unchangeable during the time? If not, choose one thing that effects the water cycle and try to explain how.

 

DISCUSSION:

 

Try to find some information about the effect of global warming to water cycle. Discuss it with your classmates. What can happen in the future?

Suggested discussion page: notaland.com/vida/11213

 

 

SELFACTIVITY FOR THIS WEEK:

 

Prepare your own page at notaland.com  about water.

 

What should be in your page:

 

- in which part of water cycle do you live? (e.x. - near the sea (water is evaporized) or in the mountains ...) just describe your surrounding and it's part in the water cycle, add some pictures of your surrounding

- what kind of problems with the water do you have in your surrounding (e.x. polluted rivers and sea shores, the level of the sea in increasing slowly, often floods, low quality of sweet water, industries that pour rubish into the water (rivers or sea)...)

 

Assessment:

Be aware that your are working according to steps for weekly work and also according to Assessment, rules and procedures. You can comment your impressions about what you have learned or your oppinion about this page tasks down here, in "Add a comment" with the given user and password for pupils.

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