Notice, Wonder: A River

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This is a “Notice, Wonder” lesson. Read more about running this type of lesson. Focus on moving slowly and allowing students to notice and wonder, then remove the black shape and let them notice and wonder again. I recommend setting the slides to fullscreen

This is the mouth of the Connecticut River flowing into Long Island Sound after Hurricane Irene back in 2011.

Image from USGS Landsat

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