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Comparing Microscopic Organisms in Fresh and Polluted Water: An Invitation To Inquiry
6th - 12th
Students have the opportunity to develop and formulate ideas and explanations through the scientific standard of inquiry. They identify organisms by using an identification key for specific aquatic geographical area.
Using Graphs, Words and Pictures to Describe Functions
4th - 6th
Upper graders explore features that exemplify effective graphing. In this graphing lesson plan, learners create criteria for informative graph components. They gather and enter data, create a graph by hand or on the computer, and write...
Thinking About the Environment: Where Are Our Forests?
4th - 8th
Students investigate our lack of forests by examining population. In this deforestation instructional activity, students research a list of the continents, their populations, and remaining forest area. Students discuss why forests are...