Watersheds and Public Water Systems (Grades 9-12)
The Watersheds and Public Water Systems curriculum is an exploration of our watersheds and public water systems: the ways that they are connected; the ways that we, as humans, interact with and impact these systems; and the opportunities for indivuals to help manage water resources responsibly. It introduces students to the idea that clean water is a scarce and precious resource that is essential to ecologic, social, and economic health.
This curriculum package includes:
- Background information for teachers to use in guiding student exploration of these topics
- Instructions for how to set up and lead hands-on activities
- A unit pre and post-test to assess comprehension and retention of material presented. Administer the test before beginning the unit and upon completion to assess student learning outcomes.
- Tools for students to use in developing their career-readieness
- Accompanying Power Point
See a preview.
This curriculum is free to California high school teachers. Click here to request.