Water Cycle. Our project is designed to enhance current units and curriculums that teach ecology and the water cycle Tanya Sterba, Cheshire High School, Cheshire, CT, firstname.lastname@example.org Amanda Kostecke, Peabody Veteran’s Memorial High School, Peabody, MA, A_Kostecke@hotmail.com.
Students can perform simulations at individual stations
Individual opportunities for data analysis
More use of Excel for graphs and charts
Simulations can be used as demonstrations
Virtual movies can enhance lecture and discussions
Incomplete notes can be used to keep students on task during simulationsTechnology
6.1 Explain how biotic and abiotic factors cycles in
an ecosystem (water, carbon, oxygen,
6.2 Use a food web to identify and distinguish
producers, consumers, and decomposers, and
explain the transfer of energy through trophic
Connecticut K-12 Content Standards:
8.) Students will understand the water cycle including
water transfers, the distribution and characteristics of
water, and its influences on human activity.