Increasing the amount of water we recycle is vital to helping Western Australia becoming climate resilient. This lesson plan gives students an understanding of what water recycling is and how it can be used.
This lesson helps senior students to understand the important role played by wastewater treatment plants in recycling water and how nutrients are monitored from wastewater treatment ocean outlets.
This lesson helps senior students to understand what groundwater replenishment is, and the science that makes the water recycling process work.
This lesson helps senior students to understand what desalination is, the different types, where it occurs throughout the world and the different processes involved in seawater desalination.
Students learn about wetlands through creating a wetland protection plan and conduct field testing at a chosen wetland area.
Groundwater forms a significant part of Western Australia’s water supply. This lessons provides students with an understanding how groundwater infiltrates the ground and is stored in different types of aquifers.
Students learn about Perth's water supply sources and how streamflow affects our water supply.
Students will research the role water recycling plays in industry and mining across Western Australia.
Students listen and then discuss the meaning to Tiddalik the Frog story and construct puppets from characters in the story.
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