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Students explore the different zones of life in the ocean.
Students examine the relationship between the movement of people and the movement of flora and fauna. They discover how the introduction of new fauna affected the region. They also examine the Columbian Exchange and its long-lasting effects.
Students identify which parts of the earth are solids, liquids or gases. They discover the need to conserve natural resources. They examine different products and what materials are used to make them.
Ninth graders investigate how the crew of HMS Challenger collected data, how the data changed some theories of that time and how the data laid the foundation for modern oceanography.
Students read an age-appropriate novel in which an island setting plays an important role from a provided list. This will help them understand life on an island. They will analyze the plot, theme, characterization, setting, and style of the book.
Students read and discuss," The Andromeda Strain" by Michael Crichton and complete a short writing exercise as a warm-up for a longer piece of science fiction writing. They choose a topic and create a science fiction short story such as, "The Day Diffusion Stopped".
In this grammar activity, students choose the correct verb or expression in parentheses that makes twenty sentences grammatically correct.
In this grammar learning exercise, students choose the appropriate verb or helping/linking verbs in twenty sentences that make each one grammatically correct.
In this famous authors activity worksheet, students examine 25 author names and then put those names into alphabetical order.    
In this "Man on the Moon" with Walter Cronkite worksheet, students watch the movie and respond to 35 short answer questions regarding its content.
Ninth graders view a video, answer questions then lead a class discussion.  For this scientific lesson students study the voyage of the HMS Challenger and answer questions accordingly.
Students examine the effects scientific advances have on society through reading literature.  Students compare other novels that contains warnings about the misuse of science to Gulliver's Travels and conduct research and create posters demonstrating what they've learned.
In this identifying genre and subgenre #2 worksheet, 9th graders read 17 short summaries, then select the genre and subgenre from the choices given and explain their choice in writing.
Learners create a poster in which they discuss literature that warns against the abuse of science.  In this Gulliver's Travels lesson, students research the author's views of science and technology and how science affects human society.  Learners present their information in a poster.
Marine biologists gather abundance data for different marine species from an Excel spreadsheet. They calculate species richness, total number of individuals, and relative abundance for each species in the table. Using the Shannon-Wiener index of diversity, they also determine the Pielou's species evenness. This is a rich lesson to use with high school marine biology or ecology classes when studying populations.
Students investigate the concept of an underwater submarine while viewing a program with information about World War II U-boats. They answer key questions after the viewing of the program using student created notes. A summary of the video is given in the lesson plan.
Students examine the topic of free trade and its impact on the world economy. They conduct Internet research, and prepare and present a report of their findings.
Eighth graders use the internet to explore and navigate through a digital library. They work alone or in pairs to search categories such as title, subject, and country. Students use the website library to find answers to given questions on a worksheet.

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