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A Drop in the Bucket

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Through a visual presentation, the students will learn the different sources of freshwater, and the relative ratios of these water sources on the earth.

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Hints for uses in your library Use Guide on the Side facilitation techniques, such as "Turn and Talk with a neighbor," to get higher levels of participation while leading the activity. Check out the "How-To" video to get ideas for making this a virtual program!
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Guide on the Side: An Approach to Facilitating STEM Learning
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Originating Source Utah State University Extension
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A Drop in the Bucket

A Drop in the Bucket

Through a visual presentation, the students will learn the different sources of freshwater, and the relative ratios of these water sources on the earth.