Reflection: Lesson Planning Stream Features - Section 3: Drainage Basin & Watersheds

 

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Stream Features

Unit 7: Landscapes & Mapping
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT define a watershed (including stream system and tributary) and examine the factors that affect infiltration and runoff | SWBAT examine stream features including deltas, floodplains, levees, and meanders, including how streams change shape over time due to differences in deposition and erosion

Big Idea: A watershed is a drainage basin that collects all the water falling into a specific area, and there are very specific factors that affect the rate at which water collects in streams, as well as the formation of stream features

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