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TEACHER RESOURCES

Links

Yahooligans: an excellent site for students to research the topic thoroughly.

http://www.yahooligans.com

Google: another great introductory directory.

http://directory.google.com/Top/Science/Environment/Water_Resources/Education/

Water UK: the industry association that represents all UK water and waste water service suppliers at national and European level. Has a list of all water operators.

http://www.water.org.uk

Water UK: for maps of all UK water companies by regions. Can link into your own region and collect data on water consumption, leakages, etc.

http://www.water.org.uk/index.php?raw=273

Water UK: for facts and figures about the water industry in the UK and provides information comparing water consumption in different European countries. Also provides useful material for graphical presentation of water data.

http://www.water.org.uk/index.php?raw=262

Thom Collegiate: a must for any science teacher. It contains zillions of teacher resources for Year10/tenth grade students but would provide challenging material for the gifted and talented student. It not only covers water, but all major science topics.

http://thom.rbe.sk.ca/academics/science/websci/trp.htm

Water Waste Not Want Not: a useful site containing projects plus teachers notes.

http://www.internal.schools.net.au/edu/water/index.html

Give Water: This is one of the UK's most successful fundraising websites. It will not only provide you with useful information about safe water and water aid around the world, but your 'click on' contributes to the money it raises over the year.

http://www.givewater.org/

The Walkerton Inquiry: the official website of the public inquiry into the E.Coli contamination of the water supply in Walkerton, Ontario, Canada and into the safety of Ontario's drinking water, established by the government of Ontario under the Public Inquiries Act.

http://www.walkertoninquiry.com/

Peace Corps: provides a selection of photos and stories which brings to life the connection between water and the daily lives of African people. Excellent opportunities for literacy work exploring the lives and experiences of people.

http://www.peacecorps.gov/wws/water/africa/resources/index.html

OFWAT: The economic regulator for the water industry in England and Wales.

http://www.ofwat.gov.uk/

Environmental Protection Agency: Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water.

http://www.epa.gov/OGWDW/

South Wales Water Authority: addresses global water crisis.

http://www.swales.wea.org.uk/myweb4/water%20crisis.htm

Water Conservation: an annotated list of websites on water conservation.

http://www.cyber-nook.com/

Thames Water/Schools: an educational site from Thames Water with excellent resources including online games, downloads and printable activities.

http://www.waterinschools.com/index.html?newindex1.htm&1

DEFRA: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. This is a government site which considers many environmental issues on water and much, much more.

http://www.defra.gov.uk