Kitsap Science Connections
Lesson: Water Underground
Big Ideas
How does this model
represent an aquifer
system
Groundwater in Kitsap
County
1
Uh-oh!
Student is able to answer
0-2 of the following
questions:
2
Almost!
Student is able to answer
3-4 of the following
questions:
3
Got it!
Student is able to answer
5-6 of the following
questions:
4
Wow!
Student is able to answer
7 of the following
questions:
□ What does the pump
represent?
□ What does the screen
represent?
□ What does the gravel
represent?
□ Where is the water
stored in the system?
□ What does the food
color represent?
□ How is water added to
the system?
□ How is water removed
from the system?
□ What does the pump
represent?
□ What does the screen
represent?
□ What does the gravel
represent?
□ Where is the water
stored in the system?
□ What does the food
color represent?
□ How is water added to
the system?
□ How is water removed
from the system?
□ What does the pump
represent?
□ What does the screen
represent?
□ What does the gravel
represent?
□ Where is the water
stored in the system?
□ What does the food
color represent?
□ How is water added to
the system?
□ How is water removed
from the system?
□ What does the pump
represent?
□ What does the screen
represent?
□ What does the gravel
represent?
□ Where is the water
stored in the system?
□ What does the food
color represent?
□ How is water added to
the system?
□ How is water removed
from the system?
Student can answer 1 of
the following questions:
Student can answer 2 of
the following questions:
Student can answer 3 of
the following questions:
Student can answer 4 of
the following questions:
□ How were Kitsap
County’s aquifers formed?
(glacial activity)
□ Where does Kitsap
County get its
groundwater? (rain)
□ Define Water Table.
□ How do People in Kitsap
County get their drinking
water? (artesian wells)
□ How were Kitsap
County’s aquifers formed?
(glacial activity)
□ Where does Kitsap
County get its
groundwater? (rain)
□ Define Water Table.
□ How do People in Kitsap
County get their drinking
water? (artesian wells)
□ How were Kitsap
County’s aquifers formed?
(glacial activity)
□ Where does Kitsap
County get its
groundwater? (rain)
□ Define Water Table.
□ How do People in Kitsap
County get their drinking
water? (artesian wells)
□ How were Kitsap
County’s aquifers formed?
(glacial activity)
□ Where does Kitsap
County get its
groundwater? (rain)
□ Define Water Table.
□ How do People in Kitsap
County get their drinking
water? (artesian wells)
Water Underground
Rubric Cont’
Big Ideas
Groundwater Pollutants in
Kitsap County
1
Uh-oh!
2
Almost!
3
Got it!
4
Wow!
Student can list 1 possible
sources of groundwater
contaminant:
Student can list 2 possible
sources of groundwater
contaminants:
Student can list 3 possible
sources of groundwater
contaminants:
Student can list 4 or more
possible sources of
groundwater
contaminants:
□ Failing Septic tank
□ Landfills
□ Abandoned oil and gas
tanks
□ Toxic household and
yard chemicals
□ Spilled Motor Oil
□ Failing Septic tank
□ Landfills
□ Abandoned oil and gas
tanks
□ Toxic household and
yard chemicals
□ Spilled Motor Oil
□ Failing Septic tank
□ Landfills
□ Abandoned oil and gas
tanks
□ Toxic household and
yard chemicals
□ Spilled Motor Oil
□ Failing Septic tank
□ Landfills
□ Abandoned oil and gas
tanks
□ Toxic household and
yard chemicals
□ Spilled Motor Oil
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Water Underground - Central Kitsap Schools