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The Clean Water Project: How Can We Make Our Tap Water Safer To Drink?

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This is an introduction presentation for my clean water project that I will be presenting to my class.

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The Clean Water Project: How Can We Make Our Tap Water Safer To Drink?

  1. 1. DURING THIS UNIT WE WILL BE UNDERSTANDING:
  2. 2. Class Discussion: Discuss with your classmates on what you know about tap water and why clean water is so important. Write down these ideas.
  3. 3. WATER IS A HUMAN NEED. EVERY PERSON ON THE PLANET NEEDS AT LEAST 20 – 50 LITERS OF CLEAN WATER A DAY TO DRINK, TO DRINK, COOK AND TO KEEP THEMSELVES CLEAN. SANITATION DIRTY WATER BREEDS BACTERIAAND DISEASES.
  4. 4. FLORIDA WATER FILTRATION: UNDERSTANDING THE FLORIDAN AQUIFER
  5. 5. Identify The Problem Gather Data Identify Possible Solutions Choose Best Solution Develop & Implement a Plan Of Action
  6. 6. Will help us as we discover what is in our water. To help us through the process of coming up with solutions to making our water safer to drink.
  7. 7. LIST OF INTERNET RESOURCES TO GET YOU STARTED: FLDEP.DEP.STATE.FL.US/SWAP/AQUIFER.ASP PBC.GOV.COM/WATERUTILITIES HTTP://WWW.LOXAHATCHEEWATERSOFTENERFILTRATIONSYSTEMSCOMPANY.COM/ WWW.CLEANWATERACTION.ORG WWW.THEWATERINITIATIVE.COM
  8. 8. IN GROUPS OF 3 OR 4, PREPARE A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION ON YOUR LAB RESULTS AND ON POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO THE CLEAN WATER PROBLEM. YOUR INFORMATION SHOULD COME FROM INTERNET RESEARCH AND INFORMATION GAINED FROM THE FIELD TRIP AND THE LAB. AS A CLASS, WE WILL BE ORGANIZING A FUNDRAISER TO RAISE AWARENESS AND MONEY FOR CLEAN WATER.
  9. 9. You Will Be Graded Based On: Teamwork/Cooperation in Groups Accurate Information Gathered Lab Work Creativity PowerPoint Presentation Correct Spelling and Grammar

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