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Buy this today and flip your classroom tomorrow! This interactive 27 slide PPT will go over the water cycle, and how it impacts the oceans salinity. I teach the water cycle after my kids learn about water's unique properties, so you'll see that spiralled purposefully into this presentation. See for yourself, I uploaded a watermarked video of the file. (I uploaded a full video of the whole PPT, but I've been noticing that TpT may have chopped the file short to keep the file smaller)
This jam-packed presentation has external links to really cool, and easy to do, lab ideas, and a cool YouTube video about rare clouds to peak interest. A pre and post anticipation guide is included to increase viewer engagement. This PPT also extensively utilizes animations to help kids understand tough concepts such as proportions of salt to water (salinity) and how that can change. This PPT also has an external link to the Sarasota, Florida oyster protection and preservation website, which has interactive maps. I did not just make a resource here, I really tried to make something ultra useful that kids will enjoy learning from. Use this resource as a lecture, a flipped classroom at home notes assignment, as an emergency sub plan, or as remediation.
I also included a deletable shameless plug in this download, one slide, but it's an advertisement for a sublimation photography lab, PPT file, I'm currently working on. That'll be listed on TpT I hope by this Aug-Sept 2019 barring no hurricanes. I'd say that it's 1/3 of the way done. That resource could be a fun activity that teaches not only sublimation but also the scientific method.
Cohesion, adhesion, hydrogen bonds, evaporation, humidity, warm western boundary currents, weather (not climate), salinity, dissolve minerals, condensation, precipitation, density, transpiration, sublimation, groundwater, percolates, water table, acid rain, runoff, aquifer, limestone, carbonic acid, dead zones, decomposition, biological uptake, and lastly osmosis.
Standards (For Florida):
SC.912.L.17.10 - Diagram and explain the biogeochemical cycles of an ecosystem, including water, carbon, and nitrogen cycle.
SC.912.L.18.12 - Discuss the special properties of water that contribute to Earth's suitability as an environment for life: cohesive behavior, ability to moderate temperature, expansion upon freezing, and versatility as a solvent.
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