Students examine websites produced by government, water companies and water authorities responsible for supplying water for their area. Using a number of criteria, they compare and evaluate how effective the websites are at helping and encouraging people to not waste water.
- develop criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of a website to communicate water conservation strategies.
- compare the effectiveness of different websites.
- distinguish between business or government marketing and branding and effective water education programs.
- describe what is in a good water education program.
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