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Transcript of Water
Global context:Our continuous development Done By: Yasmeen Sheqem,Salma Shami ,joud al barari Grade: 5A School: Mashrek International School what are scarce res.? Scarce res. is something
hard to find, rare or,
absent. what are scarce
res. in Jordan? oil
petrol why is water important?` where can we
find water? Water (facts) oceans
lakes The water is very important
to our life because it is used
in different ways and many
The water are waste every
day and every where.
Jordan is the fourth poorest
country in the world. Because it takes 80% of
the human body.We can't
survive with out it Problem solution we need to spread awareness
to people all over the world to
help save water .
we can make brochures .
let the water be more expensive
to aware. sustainable
(water) cuhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjSUg6JsLYwltures are taking our water resources . bibliograghy • We don’t use water wisely.
• Other cultures are taking our water resources
• We waste water by playing with it
• Countries use
water more aware
than we do
scarce . Monday December 2012 <http://www.thefreedictionary.com/scarce>.
Water supply and water use statistics in Jordan. Sunday December 2012 <http://unstats.un.org/unsd/environment/envpdf/pap_wasess4a3jordan.pdf>.
Water: Every Drop Counts. sunday december 2012 <http://www.kulacom.jo/entertainment/home-and-family/water-every-drop-counts/?locale=en_US>. Water This is a poem
water: Save water