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This podcast is part of the series: Take Pride Statewide
Auntie Litter, Inc.
In this clip from "The Friends of Auntie Litter", the Pollution Patrol sings a song that is a cry from help from the forest. The words to the song are included in the video. This video is one from the Take Pride Statewide series.
Content Areas: Science, Health and Physical Education
Alabama Course of Study Alignments and/or Professional Development Standard Alignments:
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2. Describe factors that cause changes to Earth's surface over time.
Examples: earthquakes, volcanoes, weathering, erosion, glacial erosion or scouring, deposition, water flow, tornadoes, hurricanes, farming and conservation, mining and reclamation, deforestation and reforestation, waste disposal, global climate changes, greenhouse gases Comparing constructive and destructive natural processes and their effects on land formations
constructive—volcanic and mountain-building processes;
destructive—erosion by wind, water, and ice Distinguishing rock strata by geologic composition
Examples: predicting relative age of strata by fossil depth, predicting occurrence of natural events by rock composition in a particular strata
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3. Identify environmental health issues related to home and work.
Examples: waste disposal, stagnant water, mold
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3. Describe ways individuals, businesses, and communities protect the environment.
Examples: Adopt-a-Mile clean-up efforts, recycling projects, proper waste disposal procedures
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2. Describe practices that protect the environment and control disease.
Examples: managing contamination from biohazardous waste, removing objects that collect water to prevent breeding grounds for mosquitoes
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3. Identify public environmental laws that protect personal health.
Examples: dumping, polluting, littering