Operation Water Flow Curriculum Connections

Operation Water Flow Curriculum Connections

Alberta Grade Six Social Studies 6.1 Citizens Participating in Decision Making 6.1.1: Recognize how individuals and governments interact and bring about change within their local and national communities 6.1.3: Analyze how the democratic ideals of equity and fairness have influenced legislation in Canada over time

Bacteria Vs. Virus: What's the Difference? (Grades 11 and 12)

Bacteria Vs. Virus: What's the Difference? (Grades 11 and 12)

The students will be able to distinguish between bacteria and viruses. They will gain an understanding of how quickly viruses replicate. The students will dispel some of their misconceptions about bacteria. The students will perform a lab to further their knowledge about pathogen transmission.

Lab: "Who got us all sick?" With Data Tables - To Accompany Bacteria Vs. Virus: What's the Difference? Lesson

Lab: "Who got us all sick?" With Data Tables - To Accompany Bacteria Vs. Virus: What's the Difference? Lesson

Communicable diseases are caused by pathogens and can be transmitted from one person to another. You can become infected by a pathogen in several ways, including by drinking contaminated water, eating contaminated foods, receiving contaminated blood, and inhaling infectious aerosols (which are droplets from coughs or sneezes). In this lab you will simulate the transmission of a communicable disease.

What is Acid Rain and How Does It Affect Me? (Grades 11 and 12)

What is Acid Rain and How Does It Affect Me? (Grades 11 and 12)

Students will be able to explain the causes of acid rain. Students will be able to describe the effects of acid rain on water supplies. Students will be able to explain why different areas of Saskatchewan and Canada are more susceptible to acid rain.

Acid Rain Worksheet To Accompany What Is Acid Rain and How Does It Affect Me? Lesson

Acid Rain Worksheet To Accompany What Is Acid Rain and How Does It Affect Me? Lesson

1. What are the chemical compounds that react with water to produce acid rain? Write out the chemical reactions. 2. What produces sulfur dioxide emissions? 3. What produces nitrogen oxides emissions? 4. How does acid rain damage the environment?

That's Some Kind of Reaction! (Grades 11 and 12)

That's Some Kind of Reaction! (Grades 11 and 12)

Students will be able to identify the different types of chemical reactions. Students will examine the chemical reactions used for water treatment

How Much Water Do We Really Have and How Much Do We Use? Questions to Accompany I Use THAT Much Water?! Lesson

How Much Water Do We Really Have and How Much Do We Use? Questions to Accompany  I Use THAT Much Water?! Lesson

1. You have used 175L of water already today. You have washed your laundry once and have brushed your teeth an unknown number of times. How many times have you brushed your teeth today?

What Is Safe Drinking Water? (Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12)

What Is Safe Drinking Water? (Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12)

The following questions should be addressed and answered within the lesson: Where does our drinking water supply come from? (Groundwater or Surface Water) Why is it important to treat drinking water? What impurities or contaminants may be found in our drinking water? What are the effects of poor water quality on human health? How can our water be made safe to drink? What is the difference between rural and urban drinking water? What is the difference between Canadian drinking water guidelines and the regulations for Drinking Water in Europe and USA?

What is Safe Drinking Water? (Elementary)

What is Safe Drinking Water? (Elementary)

There are two major sources of water: Groundwater - found below the ground where it accumulated in between soil and rocks. The volume of water can range from small to very large similar to above ground creeks, rivers and lakes. Surface water - found on the Earth's surface in lakes, ponds, rivers, etc. Drinking water should be: Clear, Colourless, Odourless

What is Safe Drinking Water Quiz for Students in Grades 6-8 To Accompany What Is Safe Drinking Water? Lesson

What is Safe Drinking Water Quiz for Students in Grades 6-8 To Accompany What Is Safe Drinking Water? Lesson

1. What are the two sources where we get drinking water? 2. Does healthy drinking water have a taste or smell? 3. Are there small, living organisms in drinking water? 4. What are two harmful particles that can be found in water?

What Is Safe Drinking Water Answer Key for the Quiz for Students in Grades 6-8 To Accompany What is Safe Drinking Water? Lesson

What Is Safe Drinking Water Answer Key for the Quiz for Students in Grades 6-8 To Accompany What is Safe Drinking Water? Lesson

1. What are the two sources where we get drinking water? 1. Groundwater 2. Surface water 2. Does healthy drinking water have a taste or smell? No 3. Are there small, living organisms in drinking water? Yes

What is Safe Drinking Water? (High School)

What is Safe Drinking Water? (High School)

There are two major sources of water: Groundwater - found below the ground where it accumulates in between soil and rocks. The volume of water can range from small to very large similar to above ground creeks, rivers and lakes, found in bodies of water that resemble underground lakes called aquifers. Surface water - found on the Earth's surface in lakes, rivers, dugouts and reservoirs
Drinking water should be: Clear, Colourless, Odourless

What is Safe Drinking Water Quiz for Students in Grades 9-12 To Accompany What Is Safe Drinking Water? Lesson

What is Safe Drinking Water Quiz for Students in Grades 9-12 To Accompany What Is Safe Drinking Water? Lesson

1. Name and describe the two major sources of drinking water. 2. Name four contaminants that may be found in drinking water. 3. How many sources of contamination can you list? 4. List and describe the effects of contaminants in drinking water.