What Are The Benefits of Parks In A Community?

Unit 2: Pond Study: Collecting Data in the Field
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Objective: SWBAT interpret information presented by a community park director to understand the benefits of parks.

Big Idea: Bring in a community member. Pose a question. Use available resources. Build a problem-based learning experience.

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Science, Problem Based Learning, Speaking and Listening, Pond Study, life science, inquiry
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