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Title: Coastal Population Pressure
Description: This is a lesson over coastal population pressure. It begins by introducing the topic with a PowerPoint presentation. It elaborates on the relationship between the environment, population, disease, and other variables. Following the presentation there is an activity where the students model a crowded coast. A supplemental presentation over infection and links to games reviewing how we affect the environment are included. 
Key Words: Environment, coast, population, infection, pollution, model 
Grade Level: 6th, 7th, 8th 
Subject: Science, Math 
URL: http://www.zerofootprintkids.com/kids_home.aspx  
URL: http://www.planetgreengame.com/game.php 
File:
 Coastal Pop Pressure.ppt
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 Coastal_Lesson_Plan.doc
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 CombatingInfections.appendix.ppt
File:
 How We Affect the Environment.doc

Teacher's Request: I am teaching my students about WATER RESOURCES MASS WASTING, LANDSLIDES. One of the resources I am using makes reference to COASTAL POPULATION PRESSURE. Please share with me a good lesson plan activity to use with my Grades 6-8 students. Thank you, Francisca Enih
   

 

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