2Content- Science Grade- Fourth Grade Summary: The purpose of this PowerPoint is to help students learn about the Water Cycle and recognize the major components of the water cycle.Learning Objective: Given information about the Water Cycle students will need to use information and answer questions within the PowerPoint with 100 percent accuracy.Content Standard: Recognize the major components of the water cycle.Accomplishment: Science/Weather: Understand the Water Cycle. Identify the four major components,
3Lets Get Started!Read over this website to find out about the Water Cycle.Remember the 4 major components:1.Evaporation2. Condensation3. Precipitation4. Collection.
4VideosNext, watch the two videos to gain more knowledge. Listen carefully this information will be useful in the questions you will have to answer.Hope you enjoyed the videos!
5BrainstormingNow that you have read and watched videos about the process of the Water Cycle, it is time to critically think.Are you drinking the same water as the dinosaurs. Discuss with a partner, write down what you think?
6Ready Question OneThis component in the Water Cycle takes many forms such as; rain, snow, hail, thunderstorms, and hail?EvaporationCollectionCondensationPrecipitation
7Correct!!In this component too much water has condensed that air cannot hold it. The clouds get to heavy and have to release the water. Rain or snow will be released from the clouds.
8Question 2In Condensation water vapor loses energy and turns in to a liquid.TrueFalse
9Correct!In this stage water vapor reaches the sky it cools and turns into a liquid, forming clouds.Water vapor needs a place to stick for condensation to happen.
10Question 3 What component of the Water Cycle starts the process over? CollectionPrecipitationCondensationRain
11Good Job!The last component is the Water Cycle is collection. After, precipitation occurs the water falls back into the oceans, lakes and rivers. Thus causing the Water Cycle to start again.
12LAST QUESTIONThe Water Cycle is continuous and only has to major components.TrueFalse
13Correct!!Good job, that was a tricky question. The Water Cycle is continuous but has four major components.
14SummaryThe learning objective of this PowerPoint was to educate students about the Water Cycle.In this lesson students will learn the major components of the Water Cycle and be able to identify them and describe them. They will have have watched two videos and read over a website to obtain knowledge.After, taking notes from the website and videos the students will take a quiz over the Water Cycle
15IncorrectTry again!!Think hard and go back to previous slides if needed.