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# Andrew howell thewatercycle

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• 1. The Water Cycle
• 2. Essential – What role does the water cycle play in our everyday lives?
Unit – What are the three elements of the water cycle?
Content – What is condensation?
Questions
• 3. The water cycle has three main parts: water vapor, evaporation and precipitation.
Water is evaporated into the air. While it is on the air, it becomes condensed and heavy.
Once it becomes too heavy, it falls as rain, or precipitation.
Summary
• 4. My role is to explain to the students the importance of the water cycle and we react with it every day.
Teacher’s Role
• 5. The role of the parent is to constantly ask their children what they learned in school that day and too quiz them of things they talk about to gauge their knowledge of the unit.
Parent’s Role
• 6. The role of the student is to make sure he or she is up to date on their homework in that particular unit.
Student’s Role
• 7. To learn more about the water cycle and to have parents more involved with their children’s school work.
I am hoping to have a more collaborative setting in the classroom, especially when the kids start their project.
Benefits
• 8. Describe evaporation, condensation, and precipitation in the water cycle.
Standards
• 9. You will need:
1. Fill a dry glass with ice cubes and water.  2. Go and do something else for about 15 minutes.  3. When you come back, look at the outside of the glass.  4. Run your finger over the outside of the glass. What do you feel?

Objectives
• 12. The purpose of PBL is for each student to fully understand the unit information by experimenting with hands-on projects.
Hopefully by the end of the project, the student will know more about the unit in depth.
Project-Based Learning
• 13. Email – andrewthowell@gmail.com