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Second graders explore biology by researching animal characteristics. In this adaptation activity, 2nd graders identify the history of several animals and research the changes that have occurred to their anatomy over thousands of years. Students complete K-W-L worksheets based on their research and complete several mini lessons over 10 days.
In this human impact on the environment worksheet, students fill in the blanks to complete sentences about how humans have negatively affected the environment. They complete sentences about the actions taken to reduce and repair the damage to the environment and how human technologies have harmed the ecosystem. They complete sentences about global warming, acid precipitation and ozone depletion.
Middle and high schoolers discover how to recognize when a mountain lion is about to attack. They identify the most effective actions they can take to increase their chance of survial. A very clever card game is played that requires learners to match a mountain lion's behavior with the risk and recommended human response. This fine plan has all the worksheets you need to implement the card game. An excellent all-around plan!
Students investigate various aspects of the human body in this imaginative Tree House Detective episode about the biological biosphere. In a series of They take measurements, analyze data, and use technology. The lessons revolve around a video which is not provided on the website.
Students read about biology by utilizing educational flash cards. In this fungi instructional activity, students investigate the biological impact fungus organisms have on plants and water. Students examine images of different fungi types on flash cards which contain names, definitions and characteristics on the back of the card.
Students investigate the effects of institutions on human behavior. They explore various niches that are encountered as man exists in the ecosystem and discuss both the effects of heredity and the environment on human behavior. They provide a framework which can be related to our everyday ideas for our changing behavior.
Pupils perform activities to explore the affect of human activity on climates. They examine graphs of GHG emissions and their increases that are associated with human activity. Using a Global Climate Changing website, students explore sources of the major greenhouse gases and identify current trends in the atmospheric conditions. They calculate greenhouse has emissions.
Students investigate the relationship between micronutrients and proper metabolic function. The lesson should serve as an introduction to the subject. The subject of the function includes the study of plants, animals, and humans. They are explored with the use of research and observation.
Students discuss ways they can help protect the environment. In groups, they examine various types of animals and identify their characteristics, food and habitats are compared. They create a Hyperstudio presentation in which they scan a picture of each animal and how they help or hurt the environment.
In this heredity worksheet, students will create 3 Punnett squares to determine the genotype and phenotype of the offspring from specific breedings. Then students will answer 7 true or false questions based on chromosomes and sex-linked traits. Then students will answer 4 short answer questions about environmental influences on gene expression.