Bellringer1.Prepare to copy the scavenger hunt questions on the next slide.2. Take out all work and HW from yesterday. Water, Water Everywhere! S6E3- Students will recognize the significant role of water in Earth processes.
Chapter 13- Scavenger HuntWrite the questions. Which is the largest ocean? Which is the smallest ocean? What percentage of earth’s surface is covered with water? What divides the oceans? What percentage of ocean water is chlorine and sodium? List the three main temperature zones of the ocean. List three structures that can be found on the ocean floor.
Scavenger Hunt • You have 15 minutes to work with your partner. • The first 5 teams to answer all questions will receive a Nole Nickel. • Include the page number in which the answer can be found.
The Water Cycle • http://www.epa.gov/safewater/kids/flash/flash_watercycle.html
Water Cycle • http://www.sweetwater.org/education/watercycle.swf
Challenge: • How can the water cycle be modeled using only a heat source, plastic wrap, water and a bowl? • EXPLAIN!!
Water has to be treated… • http://www.classzone.com/books/ml_sci_earth/page_build.cfm?id=resour_ch1&u=3#