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Peace Corps Challenge Game—Soil Runoff
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Peace Corps Challenge Game—Soil Runoff

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Grade Level Grades 6-12
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When the ground is saturated or impermeable to water during heavy rains or snow melt, excess water flows over the surface of the land until it eventually collects in low spots such as ponds, rivers or lakes. This is called runoff. Students will explore several ways in which the lake at Wanzuzu can be protected from further soil run-off and how as a Peace Corps Volunteer they could help their community. The following teacher suggestions are designed to enhance the students learning while focusing on one of the challenges (soil runoff) addressed in the Peace Corps Challenge on-line game.

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Lesson Plan
February 12, 2020
124.01 KB
4.0
1 Reviews
Great collaborative learning lesson.
GolfKid
May 03, 2013
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