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- As with all diagrams that depict geological cycles, educator should remind students that you can begin anywhere in the cycle.
- Wonderful poster that could be used in multiple ways to convey the water cycle and biogeochemical cycling.
- Educator may want review the 7 categories of information listed in the left margin.
About the Science
- This poster illustrates how the various water cycle components interact. The water cycle is a classic topic covered in elementary and middle school science classes.
About the Pedagogy
- There are a series of numbered paragraphs along the bottom of the poster that align with the components of the cycle, and explain each component concisely.
- There is background material at http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jetstream/atmos/whatacycle_max.htm or http://www.srh.noaa.gov/jetstream/append/lessonplans.htm.
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