Reflection: Writing Across the Disciplines Well Water - Section 4: Creative Solutions


Writing is used in my class often to help students make their learning more permanent. Often we use it to reflect and to write down what we have discussed and learned. Writing into their journal also helps them track their learning and gives them a context to look back on based on the other notes we have written. Writing can be more formal if needed, and at times I will hand out lined paper to get a more detailed example of what they learned. 

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  Writing Across the Disciplines: Writing Solutions
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Well Water

Unit 4: Water and Weathering
Lesson 16 of 17

Objective: SWBAT determine and analyze the effects drilling for water can have on the environment.

Big Idea: This experiment has students working together to pump as much out of the ground as possible. Students will then have to think about how does the water get replaced.

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Science, Motion, watershed, water table, ocean, weathering, cause and effect, water systems, molecule, rivers
  35 minutes
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