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The main characteristics and definitive features of red, green, brown, and 4 other algea are listed along with great photos and examples. The details involved with reproduction styles, and information about traits of each Phyla are given. There are many diagrams and clear images in this logical and complete presentation.
Students investigate the external anatomy of a crayfish. For this arthropod lesson plan, students study the structures of the head, the body and the appendages of a crayfish. They locate specific structures present in arthropods and determine the sex of their crayfish. They label a picture of the structures they observed in the crayfish.
Students navigate the Internet to learn to identify Earthworms. In this taxonomy lesson, students explore species of earthworms finding their characteristics and using photographs to identify the species. Students research information to enable them to catch and classify earthworms.
Students explore penguins. In this penguin research lesson plan, students write a paragraph, poem, or riddle telling about their favorite type of penguin. Students look at PowerPoints, read books, search the internet to gather information and complete activites centered around species of penguins.
Learners explore the beauty of British Columbia by participating in a class field trip. For this ecosystem observation lesson, students investigate the Vancouver Aquarium and Stanley Park, one of the largest parks in North America. Learners identify the separate ecosystems, beach and forest, before completing a worksheet based on the positive and negative impact of human beings.