Reflection: Real World Applications Currents and The Great Ducky Spill - Section 4: Elaborate


Many students might want to know what happened to the ducks after the spill. This article discusses how many of these ducks washed up on shore over 15 years after the spill. It is a great way to bring some relevance to the learning!

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Currents and The Great Ducky Spill

Unit 6: Oceanography
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT identify the primary causes for ocean currents, and explain the effect of currents on human activity in the ocean.

Big Idea: Currents are the driving force behind many ocean phenomena. This lesson discusses the cause of currents and how they impact life in the oceans.

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ocean currents, Science, ocean, current, oceanography
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