Biodiversity: What's the Big Deal?

Unit 5: Biodiversity and Spiders
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT explain why maintaining biodiversity is important to the health of an ecosystem and develop suggestions for maintaining biodiversity.

Big Idea: Students work to recognize that changes to part of an ecosystem can have positive or negative impacts on the entire ecosystem.

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