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Operation Water Drop Taking It Further Problem-Based Learning Lesson

Operation Water Drop Taking It Further Problem-Based Learning Lesson

1. The first thing you are going to want to do with your Operation Water Drop kit is to use it. Test the water samples you have been given and your local drinking water (as well as three other water samples such as urban, rural and raw water, in the case of High School Operation Water Drop kits) with the kit’s contents. Record these test results. 

Testing the Water We Drink! (Elementary)

Testing the Water We Drink! (Elementary)

There are 8 tests to be run in this kit, teachers will demonstrate 2 different tests, and these tests are: Alkalinity and Sulphate. The students can do the other 6 tests with a minimal amount of help, these tests are: Ammonia, pH, Colour, Copper, Total Chlorine, and Total Hardness. 

Total Hardness Problem-Based Learning Set

Total Hardness Problem-Based Learning Set

In your city, the drinking water was being inspected. After thorough inspection of your city’s water supply, there was data collected on many different aspects of your water supply. As the health and safety inspector it is your job to look through this data and find anything that may be hazardous to the public.

High School Operation Water Drop Data Sheet

High School Operation Water Drop Data Sheet

Students enter their test results for the five water samples. Students enter their results for alkalinity, ammonia, arsenic, colour analysis, copper, iron, manganese, nitrate, pH, sulphate, total chlorine and total hardness.