Mechanical Effects of Water Stream Table Lesson (MS-ESS2-4)
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In this inquiry based stations lesson, students act as hydrologists through four station activities to investigate the mechanical effects of water on the earth's surface (water, glaciers, waves, and gravity; aligned with MS-ESS2-4). Purchase includes:
1. in-person lesson plan written in 5E format (spanning one 90 minute class period)
2. mechanical effects of water stream table stations with printable direction sheets (water, glaciers, waves, gravity; wind included as a bonus)
3. student worksheet packet including graphic organizer for stations and hydrologist career profile
4. graphic organizer answer key, career profile answer key
5. access to corresponding online hydrologist career exploration resources including virtual job shadow video, fun career focused activity, and downloadable career information sheet in English and Spanish
Please note that this lesson includes the use of a stream table. If you do not have a stream table, large plastic containers with sand and water will work just fine. Wind is included as a bonus station should you wish to emphasize types of erosion. This resource works best with in-person learning.
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