What's Eating You?
Notebook Table of Contents
What's Eating You
Pages 147- ...
- Page 147- "What's Eating You?" unit title page (not assigned yet)
- Page 148- "Abiotic and Biotic Factors" t-chart.
"Ecosystems" summary- see notes below for requirements.
"Ecosystems Flip Book" taped in- Create a flip book with 8 flaps. On outside flaps, write vocab words: Ecology, Organism, Species, Population, Community, Ecosystem, Habitat, Niche. Inside each flap, define the word, then draw a picture representing the word. Must be colored. "Ecosystem" drawing must include 5 biotic and 5 abiotic factors, labeled.
- Page 149- "Ecosystems" notes with 3 questions and a summary.
- Page 150- "Producers/Consumers/Decomposers and Nutrient Cycle" worksheet taped in and completed. Nutrient cycle must have notes, both sides must be colored.
Bell Work 4/10- RAOK
Bell Work 4/11- 1. RAOK
2. What is a trophic level?
3. What do arrows in a food chain represent? Which way should they point?
Bell Work 4/12- 1. RAOK
2. What would the niche of a mushroom be?
Bell Work 4/13- RAOK.
- Page 151- "Energy in Ecosystems" notes with 3 questions and a summary.
- Page 152-
"Food Chains" text with Summary (5-7 sentences) and Reading Questions-
1. What are three types of organisms in an ecosystem?
2. Define primary consumer, secondary consumer, tertiary consumer.
3. Name the type of food eaten by each of the following: herbivore, carnivore, omnivore.
4. What is the name given to the relationship in which one organism feeds on another?
5. How much energy is lost between each level of the food chain?
6.What caused the dramatic increase in the number of rabbits in Australia?
- Page 153- "Food Chains and Food Webs" notes with three questions and a summary.
- Page 154- "Ecological Pyramids" packet.
Bell Work 4/17- 1. RAOK
2. What is the niche of a predator?
3. What might happen if all predators are removed from and area?
Bell Work 4/18- RAOK
Bell Work 4/19- RAOK
- Page 155- "Bill Nye: Food Web" and "Biodiversity" video guide.
"Predator-Prey Simulation" lab sheet taped in and completed. Complete graph on notebook page.
- Page 156- "Limiting Factors" packet taped in and completed.
- Page 157- "Population Growth in Ecosystems" notes with questions answered in complete sentences. Write three level 2 questions.
- Page 158- "Vocab Review Sheet" taped in and completed ("Bill Nye: Populations" on back).
Any notes/rough draft of food web poster found here.
- Page 159- "Human Impacts on the Environment" notes with three leveled questions.
- Page 160-
Bell Work 4/27- 1. RAOK.
2. Reflect on and summarize yesterday's learning in 5-7 sentences.
Bell Work 4/28- RAOK.
Bell Work 5/1- RAOK.
Bell Work 5/2- RAOK.
- Page 161- "Conflict Palm Oil" summary (5-7 sentences).
Notes on other problems.
Reflection questions (x3).
- Page 162-165: "Conflict Minerals" history/notes.
"Civilians in the Congo" stories with reflection questions (x5).
"Roles in the Congo" quotes with questions (x10).
"Environmental Impacts of Minerals" summary (5-7 sentences).
- Page 166- "Koko: the Gorilla Who Talks" video guide taped in and mostly complete.
Bell Work 5/4- RAOK.
2. How do Conflict Palm Oil and Minerals lead to climate change?
Bell Work 5/5- RAOK.
Bell Work 5/8- 1. RAOK.
2. What kinds of human activities have negative impacts on the environment?
- Page 167- "Poaching" notes and summary (7-9 sentences) on either Rhinos or Elephants.
- Page 168- "The Lorax" video guide taped in and completed.
Bell Work 5/15- RAOK.
Bell Work 5/16-
2. Reading Questions (x3) from "Non-native Species" article.
Bell Work 5/17- RAOK
- Page 169- "Invasive Species" notes. Review slides, then write down information about what they are, how they get into a new area, what problems they cause, and some examples.
- Page 170-171: "The Lorax Story Guide" notes and poster (see calendar).
- Page 172: "Ecology Unit Review" taped in and completed.
- Page 173: "Conservation" notes. Do not copy word for word. Write down each conservationists contribution to conservation.
- Page 174: "Ecology Test Review" (#2) taped in and completed.