TELL SOMEONE

Choose an activity below to educate people in your life about the water crisis.

Create an Infographic

Create an infographic to share the most important facts about the water crisis.

Awareness Accessory

Create an accessory to draw awareness to the water issue.

Teach a Group

Prepare a presentation and teach a group about the water problem.

overview of projects

 

One-A-Day

Commit to telling one person a day about the water crisis for a set amount of time.

Write a Report

Write a report about what you learned so you can share it with others.

Create an Infographic

An infographic is simply information put into graphic form. It makes information easier to understand and catches the reader's eye. Check out some of these examples of infographics:

Now that you have some ideas, think about which facts you want to include and which graphics would help you SHOW that idea (and not just TELL it). Get artistic and have fun!

Planning Questions:

1) What facts will you include in your infographic?

2) What materials will you need? 

3) With whom will you share it or where will you hang it so others can see it?

 

Project Details & planning questions

Create an Awareness Accessory

When people are trying to get the word out to others about a particular cause, one thing they do is wear something that symbolizes their cause. The reason for this?

  • It opens up conversation to talk with others about the issue.

  • It makes the problem more visible so people think about it, care about it, and do something about it. 

Check out this website that sells awareness accessories. Look at the website's photos to get some ideas. Then design and create your own accessory to wear, talk about, and hand out to others. Charms, pins, ribbons, bracelets...anything someone can wear! Have fun and get creative!

Planning Questions:

1) What kind of accessory will you create?

2) How many will you plan to make? 

3) What materials will you need?

 

4) To whom will you give them?

5) What will you tell them about the water crisis when you give them your accessory? Think of some important facts they should know and be ready to share those so you are truly raising awareness of the issue.

 
Teach a Group

Who would you like to tell about the water crisis? Your Sunday School class? Church? Homeschool group? Family members? This is your chance to share what you've learned with the people around you. The more people who understand the water crisis, the more people there are working together to solve this problem.

Planning Questions:

Think about audience, facts, and format.

 

1) AUDIENCE: Who will you teach?

2) FACTS: What facts will you teach? Make sure your presentation has enough facts and stories for people to understand the problem and what they can do to help. Plan your facts carefully for the biggest impact.

3) FORMAT: How will you present this information? Will you make a PowerPoint presentation? PosterHandouts? It's always a good idea for people to have something to look at while you present.

4) What materials will you need?

 

5) Set up an appointment to teach. Think about date, time, and place.

 

One-A-Day

Maybe you want to tell people, but making a big presentation isn't for you. If that sounds like you, then this is just the project for you! One-A-Day is a commitment to tell one person each day about the water crisis. You choose how many days--5, 10, maybe even more. The more people you tell, the more people who can make an impact on this problem.

Planning Questions:

 

1) AUDIENCE: Make a list of people you can tell about this issue. Plan to have at least one a day for the number of days you commit to this project.

2) How many days will you commit to telling one person each day about this issue? 5? 10? More?

3) FACTS: What facts will you share? Be sure you tell enough information so people understand how serious the problem is and what they can do to help. Plan your facts and stories ahead of time so you are ready when the moment arises.

4) When will you start?

Write a report

This is your chance to share what you've learned about the water crisis by writing about it. A report is a great way to reflect on an issue and share with others.

Planning Questions:

Think about audience, facts, and format.

 

1) AUDIENCE: Who will read your report?

2) FACTS: Organize your facts into an outline. Think about what you want to have stand out most and structure your report accordingly.

3) FORMAT: How will you present this information? Will it be written out in full or will you include technology? 

 

4) Share it! Find someone (or a few someones) and share your report. This is how you will raise awareness with this project.