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Students are assigned to bring five flowers. They explore flowers to distinguish different physical features of flowers. They compare and contrast different flowers to determine what features they have in common. Students develop an appreciation for the diversity of flowering plants.
FLASH has put together a pretty comprehensive lesson on fertility and infertility. There is a lot of information on the male and female reproductive systems, fertility, reducing the odds for infertility, the menstrual cycle, and information on sexually transmitted infections. There are activities included, but a teacher could easily invent new activities to do with this vast array of information.
Students examine lichens in an outside field trip. Students explore the diversity of this organism and ask questions about them.
Students participate in an after school program that promotes concern for others, recognizing differences, accepting differences, leadership roles, mentoring, self-responsibility and personal safety. They explore the diversity of their community and prepare to put on a neighborhood Olympics.
Students explore the ways in which various organisms reproduce and discuss the role that reproduction plays in the life cycle. They compare and contrast the benefits of sexual and asexual reproduction.
Middle schoolers examine the term natural selection and what behavioral adaptations are. In this evolution lesson students view videos about evolution and perform experiments that simulate populations that interplay between the forces of predation and sexual selection.
Young scholars explore the concept of diversity. In this inclusion lesson, students discuss similarities and differences among young scholars in their class, identify the benefits of diversity, and write personal commitment statements regarding respect for others.
Students discuss music of other eras students discuss the influence of elements such as politics, social events, etc. on music of the time. They examine the cause and effect of musical diversity after watching a video segment: "Behind the Music."
Learners consider the existence of stereotypes in their personalities. In this cultural diversity lesson, students examine personal relationships they are part of and respond to questions about those relationships through journal entries. Learners discuss their impressions of their relationships.
Eighth graders complete a unit on diversity in social/political issues. They select a topic, conduct Internet research, develop an outline of their information, and write a thesis paper.
Students evaluate their school's human rights climate. They administer a survey, participate in discussion groups and consider the human rights enjoyed by various groups including subgroups of gender, race and sexual orientation.
Students examine a small piece of land to determine the diversity of life on Earth. They role play as visitors from outer space seeing life on Earth for the first time. They measure and observe their plots while working in small groups. Each group of students makes a class presentation of their observations.
Learners explore, examine and study the differences and similarities in creating a climate of inclusion. They assess diversity found within their own classrooms and explore how they need to speak and act in a diverse classroom so that all of them feel included.
Students explore the diversity of living organisms. They research an animal found in the zoo and plans a 10-card HyperStudio project about his/her organism.
High schoolers discuss important influences that have shaped their own cultural, religious, gender and social beliefs. They share personal experiences with prejudice. They create strategies to confront bias.
Students begin their examination of the changes their body is going to go through during puberty. In groups of boys and girls, they discover their experiences during puberty are going to be very different from one another. As a class, they discuss the consequences of having unprotected sex and role-play various scenerios to end the lesson.
Tenth graders are introduced to the the use of similarities and differences in the classification process. Students will then learn how biological classification represents how organisms are related, with species being the most fundamental unit of the classification system.
In this fungi worksheet, students will review the growth and reproduction of zygomycetes and the characteristics of ascomycotes, basidiomycotes, and deuteromycotes. This worksheet has 15 fill in the blank, 4 short answer, and 8 matching questions.
Students organize different species of plans and animals according to various characteristics. Students then determine what characteristics enable them to survive in their habitat. Game ideas and activities are included.
In this arthropods activity, students will review the characteristics of the different types of arthropods including spiders, ticks, crustaceans, millipedes, and insects. Students will also understand the difference between complete and incomplete metamorphosis. This activity has 6 multiple choice, 4 true or false, and 13 matching questions.