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THE WATER CYLCE

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Transcript of THE WATER CYLCE

Strategy Recommendation

THE WATER CYCLE
BY,DANIEL R, KEVIN S, SEBASTIAN,N
What if we do nothing?
Idea 1
Idea 2
WATER CYCLE
Describe the desired state
Describe the idea you think is best
Conclusion
Where did we get information
We got information from these websites www.Get2knownh20.org
What do we know about the water cycle
What we know about the water cycle is that Evaporation gets water that is at the top of the ocean and brings it to the sky by
condensation then it gos to precipitation and it rain and gos back to the ocean and thats what we know

Evaporation is when the suns heat energy warms the water found on earth and turn into vapor,which then rises up into the air



condensation occurs when the water vapor in the air cools down and turns to tiny droplets of liquid

Precipitation occurs when the clouds have collected too much water to hold ,and the water droplets fall from the sky as rain, hail, sleet or snow

Get your audience excited
Show how things would improve
How problems can be resolved
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Refer back to the pros and cons
Explain how it will help
Describe the next steps
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
How does the water cycle change each day?
The water cycle changes each day because of evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection

Evaporation
Condensation
Precipitation
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