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Water

Water

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Author: Mandy Xiong
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NGSS Content Standard: 

ESS2.C: The Roles of Water in Earth’s Surface Processes.

Water is found in the ocean, rivers, lakes, and ponds. Water exists as solid ice and in liquid form. (2-ESS2-3)

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Tutorial

Where is water found?

Source: Top 10 Health Advantages Of Drinking Water. (2016, May 9). Retrieved from UsaMedi: http://usamedi.com/top-10-health-advantages-of-drinking-water/

Where Does Water Come From?

Source: The biggest lakes in the world. (2016, May 9). Retrieved from Science-All: http://science-all.com/lakes.html

How do we clean the water for us to use?

Source: amwatercorp. (2016, May 9). Water and You: The Water Treatment Process . Retrieved from YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMP9-49I1U4

Check out their webpage!

American Water Corporate

Click on "Learning Center", then click on the blue link "Water 101".

States of matter

Water: Solid, liquid, and gas

Changing Water

Skip to 2:42 and begin watching from there.

Big question!

1. Log in to your Google account (gmail.com)

2. Click on "Compose Mail"

3. Type my email into the "send to" option: mxiong21@csustan.edu

4. Answer this question in your email. Please write at least 4 sentences:

You now know that water is a naturally occurring element. That means that water comes from the Earth, and if it is gone then there will be no more water left. How is water a naturally occurring element? What is it made up of (atoms)?

5. E-mail me your response with the subject: "Water assignment"