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Published on February 9, 2008

Author: sth215

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Warm – Up # 4 What are you going to do to make sure that we rock today’s pep rally? (Be specific in 2-3 sentences) ** Write down your homework in your agenda when you are finished.

What are you going to do to make sure that we rock today’s pep rally? (Be specific in 2-3 sentences)

Today’s Objective: Describe the flow of Energy in Ecosystems through Food Webs. Today’s Agenda : Warm-Up Exit Slip and Homework Review Food Web Activity Vocabulary Book Closing – Quiz Reminder

Describe the flow of Energy in Ecosystems through Food Webs.

Warm-Up

Exit Slip and Homework Review

Food Web Activity

Vocabulary Book

Closing – Quiz Reminder

Homework Review (Correct your answers) 1. When the population of the baleen whales declined (became less), more krill (food) was available for the seals, penguins, and krill-eating fish. 2. If the number of baleen whales increases (goes up) but the amount of krill stays the same then the number of fish, squid, penguins, and seals could go down (decline) because the baleen whales are taking some of the food.

1. When the population of the baleen whales declined (became less), more krill (food) was available for the seals, penguins, and krill-eating fish.

2. If the number of baleen whales increases (goes up) but the amount of krill stays the same then the number of fish, squid, penguins, and seals could go down (decline) because the baleen whales are taking some of the food.

 

Example Food Webs

Food Web Activity Your Group’s task today: Use the animals and plants inside your group of Envelopes (African grassland, Rainforest, Desert, or wetlands) and organize them into a food web. You must have at least 10 Biotic factors in your food web including 2 producers. Once you have organized them, draw, color, and label the food web on your blank sheet of paper. (1 paper per small group) Use the examples in your notes as a model to follow.

Your Group’s task today:

Use the animals and plants inside your group of Envelopes (African grassland, Rainforest, Desert, or wetlands) and organize them into a food web.

You must have at least 10 Biotic factors in your food web including 2 producers.

Once you have organized them, draw, color, and label the food web on your blank sheet of paper. (1 paper per small group)

Use the examples in your notes as a model to follow.

Vocabulary Book Directions Fold about 5 pieces of paper in half and staple them. Write a creative title such as, “The Vocabulary of Life” or whatever you choose that describes your book. For each word, write a definition and draw a picture of the word. Complete the following list of words to begin your book. (Circle them on your Vocabulary list) Abiotic Factor * Carnivore Biotic Factor * Herbivore Consumer * Omnivore Producer (need to write in) * Decomposer Ecosystem * Food Web Food Chain

Fold about 5 pieces of paper in half and staple them.

Write a creative title such as, “The Vocabulary of Life” or whatever you choose that describes your book.

For each word, write a definition and draw a picture of the word.

Complete the following list of words to begin your book. (Circle them on your Vocabulary list)

Abiotic Factor * Carnivore

Biotic Factor * Herbivore

Consumer * Omnivore

Producer (need to write in) * Decomposer

Ecosystem * Food Web

Food Chain

Tonight’s HW Complete the Vocabulary Book for the 11 words we studied this week and Study this week’s notes for your Quiz!!

Complete the Vocabulary Book for the 11 words we studied this week and Study this week’s notes for your Quiz!!

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