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Rivers and Streams Presentation & Guided Notes

Explore this Rivers and Streams Presentation and Guided Notes resource, centered around the essential question, “How do streams impact Earth’s surface?” this resource provides a comprehensive understanding of the dynamic forces at play in our planet’s water systems.

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Explore this Rivers and Streams Presentation and Guided Notes resource, centered around the essential question, “How do streams impact Earth’s surface?” this resource provides a comprehensive understanding of the dynamic forces at play in our planet’s water systems.

 

Dive deep into the distinguishing characteristics and features that define streams, covering watersheds, drainage divides and basins, tributaries, floodplains, deltas, meanders, levees, and drainage patterns. This resource goes beyond the surface, offering diagrams, formulas, and thorough explanations to help students differentiate between erosion and deposition in streams, shedding light on the transformative effects of changes in velocity.

 

With an estimated duration of approximately 25 minutes, the presentation captivates students’ attention while providing a wealth of knowledge. Accompanied by guided notes, this resource ensures active student engagement, allowing them to fill in key concepts and information as they follow along. It seamlessly integrates into your science curriculum, offering a valuable addition that not only informs but also enriches the learning experience.

 

✎ WHAT’S INCLUDED?

  • 39-Slide PowerPoint Presentation
  • 8-Page Guided Notes (Editable Google Docs)

 

Grade Levels: 7th – 12th
Total Pages: 47
Teaching Duration: 25 Minutes

 

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