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1st PERIOD

Earths bodies of water


Social Studies
Indicator 2
Boston International School

OBJECTIVE:
Understand and explain how physical processes have generated
structures on the surface of the earth and geographical factors are
responsible for the organization population in places and regions.
LEARNING OBJECTIVE :
Identifies and analyzes the ways in which people have adapted to
the physical environment in different places and regions.
BIBLICAL PRINCIPLE:
Gen 1:10
King James Version (NKJV)
10 And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering
together of the waters called the Seas: and God saw that it was good.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLHB_hNk42g
The teacher will explain that everything was created by
God from top in heaven till the bottom of the sea and I
will show a video about the creation.

Do you know the water cycle?


How does rain form?
How does a river form?
Lets watch a video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBnKgwnn7i4

EXPLANATION AND EVALUATION CRITERIA WILL BE ON THE BLOG POSTED


Project: (Earth bodies of water)
Written Quiz.
Groups of (4).

Students will bring some materials to work together.


They will choose one of the different bodies of water. Then they will present and sustain their
work to the rest of the class. Students must explain the origin and explain the water cycle of their
current body of water chosen.
No groups work at home only in the class.

Due date: march 5th 2015

PROJECT
Grammatical contain
Structure
Pronunciation
Fluency
Voice and non-verbal communication
Length of the speech

Vocabulary
Tributary: Small streams coming together in a river
River system: A river and its tributaries.
Drainage basin: Land drained by a river system.
Rift: A long and deep crack that forms lakes.
Reservoir: A lake that forms behind a human-made dam.
Trench: An ocean valley
Tidal wave: Giants waves
Tide: The regular, rhythmic rise and fall of ocean water.
Water cycle: Continuously replacing the supply of water

Draw in your notebook

71 percent of the Earth is covered with water, the oceans


contain 97% of the earths water, they are divided in 5
oceans Arctic, Atlantic, Indian, Pacific, Southern.
The Pacific Ocean is the largest of the world's five
oceans.
The ocean is the largest body of water that covers the
earth.
Ocean facts:
Ocean water is salt water.
You cannot drink it.

Lakes
Lakes are bodies of water surrounded by land.
Lakes are filled with fresh water.

Rivers
Rivers are long, flowing bodies of water.
Rivers contain fresh water.
The biggest river in Colombia is Magdalena river.

Ponds and Streams

Ponds are small bodies of water surrounded by land.


They are smaller then lakes.
Streams are small, flowing bodies of water.
They are smaller than rivers.
Both contain fresh water.

Pond

Stream

MEMORY AID GRAPH


TERM

TRENCH

DEFINITION

MEMORY
AID

A DEEP
OCEAN
VALLEY

A HILL
DEEP IN
THE OCEAN

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