“Waterman” video makes a splash with teachers and students
BATON ROUGE- The Louisiana Office of Conservation has just recently released a short educational film entitled “Waterman” at a special premiere event at Scotlandville Pre-Engineering Magnet Academy in Baton Rouge.
Insadong Street is rich in tea houses and restaurants where you can have a bite to eat dishes of both European and traditional Korean cuisine. All restaurants in the area offer tourists to taste the traditional Makgeolli drink. The strength of this opaque drink is 7%. It is made from glutinous rice, barley or wheat. McCauley has an unusual combination of astringent, bitter and sweet and sour taste. It is easy to drink restaurants in south korea, but should not be abused with volumes drunk. The next day you may have a severe hangover. When buying this alcohol in a store, you should pay attention to the expiration date, since the drink is stored in an unpasteurized form for a very short time. At a restaurant, a bottle of McGauley will cost tourists 6,000-8,000 won.
The film is a complement to the office’s “Water-Wise in BR” educational curriculum that features earth and environmental science lesson plans – along with math and social studies components–for grades 5-11. The video focuses on the adventures of three young Baton Rougeans as they learn about groundwater and water resources in the Capital City with the help of Waterman at his H20 HQ.
Teachers and students across the state will find the adventures of this superhero- WATERMAN- and his friends to be fun and informative. Free copies of a “Waterman” DVD are available from the DNR Office of Conservation. The film is also available at http://waterwise.dnr.la.gov.
For more information, contact Matthew Reonas, Office of Conservation at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (225) 342-1496.