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  • 1. By: Valentina Rivas 5-C To: T. Angel Watler Social Studies
  • 2.
    • Prior Knowledge
    • General information
    • Use of water
    • Uses of water G.O
    • Pictures
    • Good / bad waste of water
    • Web of good and bad wastes
    • Chart of uses of water
    • News about water
    • Glossary
    • Proposal
    • Please help water!!
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • What is water?
    • DICTIONARY : Water resources are
    • sources of water that are useful
    • or potentially useful to humans.
    • Uses of water include agricultural,
    • industrial, household ...
    • ME : Water resource is one liquid mater that is necessary for us , and for every livingthing it is use in many different ways.
    • Uses of water?
    • Water is used in different ways there are some necessary, other of households, of cleaning, industrial, recreate , personal uses, etc. a example can be drink water, gardening, take a bath, etc.
  • 5.
    • Why is water important?
    • Me: Water is necessary to all living things and without it we cannot live. Water is in milk, vegetables, fruit, meat, leaves, trunks, roots, and branches of a tree; it is even in stones and we cannot drink.
    • Internet: Firstly, it is the only substance on Earth that is in liquid form at the temperatures commonly found on the Surface of our planet. Secondly, it is a superb solvent , meaning that other substances regularly and easily dissolve into it. This allows water to carry nutrients to cells, and carry waste away from them. In addition, water has the unique property of expanding as it freezes. Essentially, water is carried from the oceans, lakes, and streams via evaporation upward into the atmosphere. It is then returned in the form of rain.
    • Why is happening to water?
    • Water is a really important resource, but
    • we are wasting it, we are giving it bad uses
    • and we don't see what is happening and that
    • it is not too much water like in the past. The
    • lakes are don't equal that in few years ago, after
    • they are bigger that they are now. We have to care
    • of it. Don´t waste water is really important in this
    • moment or in a future we are not having water
  • 6.
    • We use water, in our principal needs, and in many other things for example to drink, to clean the dishes , to clean the house, to take a bath, to wash your hands, to gardening, etc. But water is not only used for domestic purposes, humans also use water in the industries and in agriculture. In agriculture water is mainly used to water crops , but in the industries it serves many different purposes. It can serve as an ingredient of a product we produce, but it can also be a part of the whole production process. Water can be used to cool substances in the production process, for transportation and conditioning of raw materials, for boiling or cooking, for flushing, as a cleaning agent and for product transport by shipping.
  • 7. Agricultural: The 69% of water is used for irrigation. In some parts of the world irrigation is need to grow any crop at all. Freshwater commercial fisheries is considered agricultural uses. Recreational: It is a really small percentage of water use. May reduce the availability for other users at specific time and place . Household: The 15% of water is used in the household uses. These is drinking, bathing, cooking, sanitation, and gardening. Industrial: The 15 % of water is used in industrial purposes. Major industries users include power plants, which use for cooling. The potion of industrial usage is consumptive but is lower than agricultural use . Environmental: Ii use in a very small percentage. Includes artificial wetlands, artificial lakes, fishes ladders around dams, and reservoirs to help fishes swamps.
  • 8. This a example of a bad waste because water is flowing with no purpose. This a terrible thing and a very good example of wasting water. Only see this all the water waste there, that is so sad. Here we can see a horrible example of contamination . People don´t care about water and how they waste it. Here the women is not wasting water because she only is drinking water and she is not using water in bad manner. Here he is only washing his hands and he is not let the water flow without using it. Here water is flowing in a vase that somebody is going to drink, so it is no waste.
  • 9. Here we can find an example of water in a waterfall. Here is a example of a good waste of water when the boy supplies a need drinking water. Here is the example of water in a pool. Here we can see that he is getting the water from that wash, but that means that she do not have that resource or service in his own house.
  • 10.  
  • 11. Here in this chart it shows the graphic of the different types of water uses. Here in this chart it shows the graphic of the different household uses.
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  • 14. http://www.colombianews.tv/news/121309-protest-against-water-crisis-sincelejo http://www.colombianews.tv/news/22010-water-woes-bogotas-illegal-neighbourhooods
  • 15. POTENTIALLY: With a possibility of becoming actual; "he is potentially dangerous"; "potentially useful" SOLVENT: The term use to disolve a substance DISHES: Is the general term for the dishes used in serving, and eating food, including plates and bowls. CROPS: Crops are plants that can be grown and harvested to eat or sell Crops are grains, nuts, veggies and even trees CONTAMINATION: The act of contaminating or polluting; including (either intentionally or accidentally) unwanted substances or factors LEAKS: A leak is a hole or other opening, usually unintended and therefore undesired, in a container or fluid-containing system, such as a tank or a http://www.google.com.co/search?hl=es&q=define%3A+leaks&meta=
  • 16.
    • PROBLEM: Is that people think that we
    • have too much water but that is not true,
    • and they waste a lot water so in a future we
    • are not having it.
    • OBJECTIVE: The objective from all this is to make the persons wake up to see and understand what is happening with water. People have to take mind of what is happening and that in a future any thing is going to be like now if we, not stop and care of it.
    • POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS: I think that with some campaigns, documentals, reunions, and different activities we can show people what is happening in our surroundings with water.
    • NEEDS: We need water for many things one of them is to live, without water we can´t live, drink, clean things, use it for personal uses or have food it is so important.
  • 17.
    • We have a big problem now people think they can do whatever they want with water and they think that nothing is going to happened but that is not true because we are wasting a lot water and now we do not have too much.
    !!! Take care of water ¡¡¡