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ERIC Number: ED075217
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 13
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Activities for Studying Streams, Grade Level 5-6. Environmental Education Series, Bulletin No. 247-A.
Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, MD.
This bulletin is one in a series of environmental education activity guides for grades K-12, developed and field-tested by teachers in the Montgomery County (Maryland) Public Schools. Primarily for use in the middle grades four through six, the guides are not intended to constitute complete units in themselves. They are, rather, a compilation of activities considered appropriate for particular environmental studies. In this guide about streams, for grades five and six, are activities entitled: Measuring Rate of Stream Flow, Measuring Stream Width, Measuring Stream Depth, Measuring Stream Volume, Calculating the Capacity of a Stream to Support Human Life, Measuring Stream Temperature, Measuring the pH, Constructing Collection Nets, Collecting Specimens, and Identifying Specimens. Each activity indicates the instructional objective, procedures to follow, and materials required. Teacher notes are added when necessary. A student evaluation sheet concludes the bulletin. Related documents in the series are SE 015 886 through SE 015 893. (BL)
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Authoring Institution: Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, MD.