What is Fracking?

Unit 5: Exploring Non-Renewable Energy Sources
Lesson 3 of 9

Objective: SWBAT compare the benefits of fracking with the environmental hazards in an effort to answer the question, "Should we frack? "

Big Idea: Have you heard of fracking? What is it and why is it in the news? Check out this science literacy lesson to learn how fracking impacts the environment.

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