Reflection: Adjustments to Practice From Cells to Biosphere: Anchoring Biological Terms (Day 2 of 2) - Section 4: Individual Student Work: Following Up

 

Now that I've had one experience with this project, I have a much better idea as to how to best scaffold the vocabulary and project construction discussions with my students.  Please view my short video for my thoughts on improving upon this great project for next year's class.  


  Brainstorming for Next Year's Version of this Lesson
  Adjustments to Practice: Brainstorming for Next Year's Version of this Lesson
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From Cells to Biosphere: Anchoring Biological Terms (Day 2 of 2)

Unit 1: Unit 1: Introduction to our Classroom and The Scope of Biology
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to define and connect the levels of organization in biological systems from cells to the biosphere.

Big Idea: Tap into your students' creative power and personal interests in science to create visual examples of basic biology vocabulary from cells to the biosphere!

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Science, Ecology, Vocabulary and Concept Development, Life Science/Biology, levels of organization
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