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1. The Water Cycle by Jennifer Warren Chandra Roughton Jean Snider NC Standard Course of Study Competency Goal 3 Objective 3.1 Click to Begin N/A The frame will open with the water cycle circle, a static graphic centered on stage. One by one, from the left to right, the rain drops will fall from top to bottom and stop at the bottom of the screen. The last raindrop, when clicked, will take the learner to Frame 2. 1 Welcome WelcomeMovie watercycle_circle.gif project_raindrop.gif by_raindrop.gif begin_raindrop.gif N/A N/A

2. The Water Cycle Learning Module What you will learn: At the conclusion of this module, you will be able to look at a diagram of the water cycle and describe the processes of the water cycle: evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and runoff. You will be able to match the description with the process. How long it will take: You can complete this module in 20 minutes How to Use this module: Click to go to the next activity Click to go back N/A Static screen; no need for movie clip or audio. Forward arrow – goes to Frame 3, Gain Attention Backward arrow – goes to Frame 1, Welcome 2 Overview OverviewMovie home.png forward_arrow.gif back_arrow.gif N/A N/A

3. Water. Did you know? 70% of the earth’s surface is water. Water is older than dinosaurs! The amount of water is constant. Water is always moving. Water is all around us. In rivers, streams, and the ocean. We also see water in rain, snow, and mist ….and in the ground. Did you know that 70% of the earth’s surface is covered by water? And, did you also know that the earth’s water is older than the dinosaurs? That’s right. The water you drink is millions of years old. The amount of water on earth stays fairly constant, but the water is always moving on and above the earth’s surface. The same water that falls to the earth in rain, will be evaporated into the clouds and then fall to the earth. This movement is called the hydrologic cycle…or the water cycle. Before we learn about the Water Cycle, let’s review the states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. Click Next to continue. The purpose of this frame is gain the learner’s attention by discussing the amount of water on the earth and introduce that water is recycled. As the narrator speaks, the earth will fill with water. Forward arrow – goes to Frame 4, Stimulate Recall Backward arrow – goes back to Frame 2, Overview. Globe: http://www.cogwm.org/wmkids/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=16&Itemid=60&section=kids References: http://www.learner.org/interactives/weather/watercycle.html http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gh)/guides/mtr/hyd/home.rxml http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/watercycle.html 3 GainAtten GainAttenMovie TBD GainAttenSound N/A

4. Review: States of Matter Insert States of Matter Video This screen will review (stimulate recall) the states of matter. The scene will open with the solid, liquid and gas images. Forward arrow – links to frame 5, Home slide . Backward arrow – links to frame 4, Gain Attention Home button – links to Frame 5, Home slide. (This button will appear on every screen.) 4 Review ReviewMovie ReviewSound

5. Review: States of Matter Liquid Solid Vapor The States of Matter are important to know when learning about the water cycle, because water is constantly changing. Water can take the form of a liquid, solid or gas. Ice or snow is water in solid form Steam or fog, which we also call water vapor, is water in gas form Rain, lakes, or the ocean are water in liquid form If you are ready, let’s learn about the processes of the water cycle. Click Next to begin. Forward arrow – links to practice assessment Frame 6, Evaporation. Backward arrow - goes back to water cycle menu, Frame 4, Stimulate Recall. Begin with the water cycle circle. Inside it is written: Water As the narration explains the states of matter in terms of water, a slide show of the different states of water will play. 5 Review ObjectivesMenuMovie TBD ReviewSound N/A

6. Evaporation http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/watercycleevaporation.html Evaporation occurs when energy from the sun breaks the bonds that hold water molecules together. The water rises into the air in the form of water vapor. Click Next to test your understanding of evaporation. This screen will describe the Evaporation process. The scene will open with the water, mountains, grass and sun. Also, the narration will be on the screen in the blue call-out box. The sun will pulse to show “energy” from the sun. The vapor will form and rise from the lake and a cloud will form. Forward arrow – links to practice assessment Frame 7, Practice. Backward arrow - goes back to water cycle menu, Frame 5. Home button – links to Frame 5, Objectives frame. 6 Evaporation EvaporationMovie TBD EvaporationSound N/A

7. Evaporation Practice • During evaporation, which change best describes what happens to water? • A gas changes to a liquid. • A gas changes to a solid. • A liquid changes to vapor. • A liquid changes to a solid. Good job! You are correct! Click the right arrow to continue. Incorrect. Please try again. This screen will provide a single assessment item on the process of evaporation. Student will choose the answer of their choice. If correct, learner will be notified move forward. “Good job! You are correct! Click the right arrow to continue.” If answered incorrect, learner will be notified and asked to try again. “Incorrect. Please try again.” 7 EvapPractice EvapPracMovie PracticeRight PracticeWrong TBD N/A N/A

8. Condensation http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/watercycleevaporation.html When water vapor in the air gets cold it condenses and changes back into a liquid and forms clouds. This is called condensation. Click Next to test your understanding of condensation. This screen will describe the Condensation process. The scene will open with the water, mountains, grass, sun and vapor. Also, the narration will be on the screen in the blue call-out box. The sun will pulse to show “energy” from the sun. The vapor will be rising from the lake. During narration the cloud will form and the sun will disappear. Forward arrow – links to practice assessment Frame 9. Backward arrow - goes back to Frame 7. Home button – links to Frame 5, home screen. (This button will appear on every screen.) 8 Condensation CondenMovie tbd CondenSound n/a

9. Condensation Practice How are clouds formed? A) dry air rises and is moistened B) moist air rises and is cooled C) materials are filtered from sun light D) the wind blows cotton into the air This screen will provide a single assessment item on the process of condensation. Student will choose the answer of their choice. If correct, learner will be notified move forward. If answered incorrect, learner will be notified and asked to try again. Forward arrow - goes to Precipitation , Frame 10 Backward arrow - goes back to frame 8, Condensation content. Home button – links to Frame 5, screen screen. (This button will appear on every screen.) Add end note for text: (5th Grade Science EOG Practice 2) http://www.thatquiz.org/tq/previewtest?GWBC2591 9 CondenPrac CondenPracMovie PracticeRight PracticeWrong n/a n/a n/a

10. Precipitation As water continues to condense, clouds get larger and the water gets heavier. When the air can no longer hold the water, it is released from the clouds in the form of rain, freezing rain, snow, hail, and sleet. Most precipitation falls as rain. Click Next to test your understanding of precipitation. This screen will describe Precipitation. The scene will open with the water, mountains, grass, and the cloud. Also, the narration will be on the screen in the blue call-out box. The cloud will grow to show the build up of water. The cloud will get too “heavy” and the rain will fall. Forward arrow – links to Frame 11, Precipitation Practice Frame Backward arrow- links to Frame 9, Condensation Practice Frame Home button – links to Frame 5, Home Frame Add end note for text: http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/watercycle.html 10 Precipitation PrecipMovie TBD PrecipSound PrecipVideo

11. Precipitation Practice • Which substance is a form of precipitation? • a. Sun • b. Earth • c. Cloud • d. Rain none This screen will provide a single assessment item on the process of precipitation. Student will choose the answer of their choice. If correct a text box will appear “Good Job, you’re correct click the next arrow to continue” If answered incorrect a text box will appear “Incorrect, please try again” Forward arrow - goes to Run-off , Frame 12 Backward arrow-links to Frame 10, Precipitation Slide Home button – links to Frame 5, Home Frame Add end note for text: (5th Grade Science EOG Practice 2) http://www.thatquiz.org/tq/previewtest?GWBC2591 11 PrecipPrac PrecipPracMovie PracticeRight PracticeWrong none none none

12. Run-off Water that falls to Earth as precipitation runs off the surface of the land, and flows downhill into streams, rivers, ponds and lakes. Click Next to test your understanding of precipitation. This screen will describe Run-off. The scene will open with the water, mountains, grass, lake and river. Also, the narration will be on the screen in the blue call-out box. The water will collect in the valley and travel towards the lake. The lake will get “full”. Forward arrow – links to Frame 13, Run-off practice Backward arrow-links to Frame 11, Precipitation Practice Slide Home button – links to Frame 5, Home Frame Add end note for text: http://www.angelfire.com/nj/PflommScience/H20Cycle.htm 12 RunOff RunOffMovie TBD RunOffSound RunOffVideo

13. Run-off Practice Run-off is the process by which water vapor cools off and changes into water droplets. True False none This screen will provide a single assessment item on the process of precipitation. Student will choose the answer of their choice, true or false. If correct a text box will appear “Good job, you’re correct click the next arrow to continue” If answered incorrect a text box will appear “incorrect, please try again” Forward arrow – links to Frame 14, Water Cycle Frame Backward arrow-links to Frame 12, Run-off Frame Home button – links to Frame 5, Home Frame Add end note for text: 13 RunOffPrac RunOffPracMovie PracticeRight PracticeWrong none none runoffAssess

14. The Water Cycle Precipitation Condensation Evaporation Play Run-off Now that you have learned all of the parts of the water cycle, click the Play button to see the water cycle in action. Evaporation is the primary pathway in which water moves from a liquid state, such as water in a lake or ocean, back into the water cycle as water vapor. When the water vapor cools, it turns back to liquid and condenses to form clouds. Remember….this is called Condensation. When the water in the clouds grow and get heavy, the water falls back to the earth in Precipitation, which can be in the form or rain, snow, ice, or hail. Precipitation travels either above or below the ground in the form of run off into rivers, lakes, and the ocean. And, then the cycle starts all over again. You can see that the water cycle has no beginning or end. And….the amount of water in the cycle stays constant because it’s recycled. Click Next to test your knowledge of the Water Cycle. On this slide, the components of the water cycle come together and show full animation of the water cycle. Begin with just the mountains, lake, grass, and sun. Then show the lake water evaporating and a cloud appearing under the sun. Then the cloud moves to the mountain and rains on the mountains. The water then runs into the lake. Forward arrow - goes to Frame 15, Review of water cycle and practice. Backward arrow- goes back to Frame 13, Run-off Practice. Play – activates the animation of the water cycle, Frame 5. Home button – links to Frame 5, Objectives menu. Add end note for text: http://ga.water.usgs.gov/edu/watercycle.html 14 WaterCycle WaterCycleMovie TBD WaterCycleSound N/A

15. Let’s Review Match the Water Cycle Component with the Description. Water returns to the rivers, streams, and the ocean. Click to select Water changes to gas. Click to select Water gas in the air gets cold and changes back into liquid, forming clouds. Click to select Water released from clouds in the form of rain, freezing rain, sleet, snow, or hail. Click to select Finish N/A Home.gif WCReviewMovie WCReview 15 Technology permitting….the learner will be prompted to match the water cycle component to the definition. If the definition and component are incorrectly matched when the learner clips Finish, the following message will display: “You are incorrect. Try again.” Success message: “Good Job, you’re correct click the next arrow to continue.” N/A N/A

16. Test your knowledge about the Water Cycle. Type the parts of the water cycle in the box and then click the checkmark to check your answer.  Condensation Correct!  Evaporation Incorrect. Try again.   N/A N/A SummAssessMovie SummativeAssess 16 Home.gif TBD The learner will input the correct component into the box and then click the checkmark to check their work. This requires that the learner spell the word correctly. Success Message: Correct! (in green) Fail Message: Incorrect. Try again. (in red)

17. The Water Cycle Click to Begin the lesson again Thank you for completing the Water Cycle Course! You did a GREAT JOB!! N/A The frame will open with the water cycle circle, a static graphic centered on stage. One by one, from the left to right, the rain drops will fall from top to bottom and stop at the bottom of the screen. The last raindrop, when clicked, will take the learner to Frame 2. 17 The End EndMovie watercycle_circle.gif project_raindrop.gif by_raindrop.gif begin_raindrop.gif N/A EndSound