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ERIC Number: ED433228
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996-Oct
Pages: 141
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Adopt-A-Stream Teacher's Guide for Grades K-12.
Georgia State Dept. of Natural Resources, Atlanta.
This guide comprises materials largely drawn from existing environmental education materials. The four major subject areas discussed mirror the Adopt-A Stream activities and include watersheds, nonpoint source pollution, and biological and chemical monitoring of stream conditions. The activities in this guide are grouped according to grade levels. K-5 activities include: (1) "Stream Journey (Introductory) K-2"; (2) "An Imaginary River (Watershed) K-2"; (3) "Are You Me? (Biological) K-2"; (4) "Water Wings (Nonpoint and Biological) K-2"; and (5) "Little Sprouts (Biological) K-5." Materials for grades 3-8 include: (1) "Picture Perfect (Nonpoint) 5-8"; (2) "Pollution Solutions (Nonpoint) 3-8"; (3) "Adopt-A-Stream Detectives (Biological) 3-5"; and (4) "Pondering pH (Chemical) 3-5." Activities for grades 6-12 include: (1) "How Big Is the River--Really? (Watershed) 6-12"; (2) "How Much Water Falls Here? (Watershed) 6-12"; (3) "Dragonfly Pond (Nonpoint) 6-8"; (4) "Name Those BUGS! (Biological) 6-12"; (5) "Adopt-A-Stream Chemical Monitoring (Chemical) 6-8"; (6) "Fertile Green (Biological) 6-8"; (7) "Watershed Walk (Watershed) 6-12"; (8) "Rolling Down the River (Watershed) 6-12"; (9) "Lethal Lots (Nonpoint) 9-12"; (10) "Adopt-A Stream Chemical Monitoring (Chemical) 9-12"; and (11) "Breathtaking (Biological) 9-12." (CCM)
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Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Georgia State Dept. of Natural Resources, Atlanta.