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Introduction to Water

Secondary

Description

This dramatic video, choreographed to powerful music, introduces the student to the wonder and miracle of water. It is designed as a "motivatonal trailer" and as a visual "introduction" to this amazing substance.

General Assessment

Recommendation of how and where to use it

Given the introductory and motivational nature of this video, it has wide curriculum relevance. It may be used in Biology to remind students of the critical role water plays within the human system; in Environmental Science where students are required to understand the importance of water to all living things; in Social Studies units that examine the availability and distribution of water; and in Health/Wellness curricula that introduce the basic requirements of our well being. 

Relevant Curriculum Units

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  • Alberta
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    • Grade 9
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      • Science
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        • Knowledge and Employability Science: Environmental Chemistry (Social and Environmental Contexts Emphasis)
    • Grade 11
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      • Biology
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        • Biology 20: Human Systems
  • British Columbia
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    • Grade 12
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      • Environmental Science
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        • Environmental Science 12: Human actions affect the quality of water and its ability to sustain life.
  • Manitoba
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    • Grade 12
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      • Social Studies
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        • Citizenship and Sustainability: Area of Inquiry: Environment
        • Global Issues
  • New Brunswick
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    • Grade 12
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      • Environmental Science
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        • Introduction to Environmental Science 120: Investigating Environmental Issues
  • Newfoundland & Labrador
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    • Grade 12
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      • Environmental Science
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        • Environmental Science 3205: Water Use & the Environment
  • Northwest Territories
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    • Grade 9
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      • Science
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        • Environmental Chemistry
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      • Biology
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        • Biology 20: Human Systems
  • Nunavut
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    • Grade 9
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        • Knowledge and Employability Science: Environmental Chemistry (Social and Environmental Contexts Emphasis)
    • Grade 11
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      • Biology
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        • Biology 20: Human Systems
  • Quebec
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    • Grade 9
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      • Science & Technology
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        • Applied Science & Technology: The Living World
  • Yukon Territory
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    • Grade 12
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      • Environmental Science
        • Step 4Relevant matches
        • Environmental Science 12: Human actions affect the quality of water and its ability to sustain life.

Themes Addressed

  • Water (7)

    • Marine Environments
    • Privatization & Sale of Water
    • Water Cycle
    • Water Quality
    • Water Treatment and Distribution
    • Water Use
    • Watershed Protection