Presentation on theme: "The Water Cycle Kela Powell. Content Level: Science Grade: 4 Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to have you the student understand."— Presentation transcript:
Content Level: Science Grade: 4 Summary: The purpose of this instructional PowerPoint is to have you the student understand the process of the Water Cycle. Learning Objectives: Given websites that contains information about the Water Cycle, students will be able to able to answer the questions within the PowerPoint with 100 percent accuracy. Content Standards: 0407.8.1 Recognize the major components of the water cycle Accomplishments: 0407.8.1 Prepare a model that illustrates the basic features of the Water Cycle SPI 0407.8.1 Identify the basic features of the water cycle and describe their importance to life on earth.
Facts: Go to this website to learn the phases of the Water Cycle: http://www.kidzone.ws/WATER/ The Water Cycle has four main stages. These stages are evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection.
Videos Watch this video on the Water Cycle at the website provided on this slide. You will need to take notes to help answer questions given later in the lesson. (http://teacher.scholastic.com/activitie s/studyjams/water_cycle/)http://teacher.scholastic.com/activitie s/studyjams/water_cycle/ Note: You can pause the video if it is moving too fast to take notes.
Question When it rains, hails, sleets, or snows this is known as what phase of the Water Cycle? Infiltration Precipitation Evaporation Percolation
Congratulations! You got that correct! Let’s try the next one!
Question When Water Vapor and Steam leaves a water body and goes into the air, this is called what? Condensation Evaporation Deposition Precipitation
Correct! That’s right! Evaporation is when the sun heats up water in rivers, lakes, and oceans and turns it into vapors. The vapor then travels from the water into the air.
Question When water gathers in lakes, oceans, and river this is called? Collection Evaporation Transpiration Condensation
Question Water vapor in the air gets cold and changes back into liquid, forming clouds. What phase of the Water Cycle is this? Collection Transpiration Evaporation Condensation
That’s Right! Condensation is the process of Water vapor in the air gets cold and changes back into liquid, forming clouds.
Summary In this lesson, you will have learned the four main stages of the Water Cycle. You will have watched a video that shows and explains each stage. You will have taken notes to make sure they understood each stage.
Sorry That is incorrect. Look at your notes and try again.