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Water and water cycle for clil lessons at primary schools

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This is a powerpoint presentation about water and watercycle prepared as an activity during the Comenius Project called CLIL and SCIENCE.

This is a powerpoint presentation about water and watercycle prepared as an activity during the Comenius Project called CLIL and SCIENCE.

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  • 1. 2oı32oıı CLIL: LEARNING LANGUAGES THROUGH SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
  • 2. Can you think of anything that has no taste, color or smell, comes in the form of a liquid, solid and gas, and is necessary for the survival of people, plants and animals? You guessed it—water!
  • 3. Water is very important for life. We need water to drink, to wash our hands, to cook, to water plants and many other things. Water is everywhere...
  • 4. Kids Need Water! Children need the same amount of water as adults. Pure water is the best drink for children. How much water do I need? Drink at least eight glasses of water a day.
  • 5. Did you know that the water you drank this morning might have been the same water a dinosaur drank millions of years ago? The water keeps moving around in an endless cycle called the water cycle.
  • 6. This a circle showing the water cycle with clouds and rain at the top, then moving clockwise images showing evaporation, waterfall, ocean with evaporation, mountains with snow and sun. THETHE WATERWATER CYCLECYCLE And so the cycle goes forever and ever.
  • 7. SunshineSunshine • The sun shines on water in rivers, lakes, streams, wetlands and oceans and makes the water warmer. • This turns the water into vapor or steam. • The water vapor leaves the lake or ocean or river and goes into the air, where it becomes a cloud.
  • 8. • When the temperature is warm, like during the spring or summer, clouds get so full of water that rain starts to fall. RainRain • Some of the rain that falls soaks into the ground and stays there until plants drink it or until it goes deep enough into the ground that it is called "groundwater" and goes to people's wells. • The rain falls onto the land and runs into streams and rivers. • The water in the streams and rivers runs into lakes and finally into the ocean.
  • 9. SnowSnow • Snow is just like rain except it falls when the air is cold, like during late fall and winter • Snow usually stays on top of the ground until it melts, then it turns into water and runs into streams and rivers. • Some of the water from rain and melted snow also goes into the ground for plants and people to drink.
  • 10. Mountains and IceMountains and Ice • Some of the snow that falls onto mountains stays there a long time because it is so cold most of the time at the top of mountains. • Snow and ice on the top of mountains can stay there sometimes for hundreds of years before it finally melts and runs into the streams and rivers. • This snow turns into ice and sometimes becomes glaciers.
  • 11. Rivers and StreamsRivers and Streams • Rivers and streams carry the water that comes from rain and melted snow into the ocean. • They sometimes can carry this water a long way. • When the weather is warm, sometimes the sun makes the rivers and streams warm, • some of the water turns into steam or vapor, • and it leaves the river and goes into the air where it becomes a cloud.
  • 12. OceansOceans • Oceans are like really big lakes. Rivers and streams carry all of the water that comes from rain and melted snow into the oceans. • When the sun shines on the oceans, the water gets warmer and becomes vapor, • When water gets into the oceans, it mixes and becomes salty. which goes into the air and becomes a cloud. • Most of the water on the earth is in the oceans.
  • 13. CLIL: LEARNING LANGUAGES THROUGH SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION Background music is the song of Tekden College.