Reflection: ELL Students Predator and Prey- Act it Out - Section 2: Writing About the Relationship Between Predator & Prey

 

  Developing Clarity at the Sentence Level
  ELL Students: Developing Clarity at the Sentence Level
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Predator and Prey- Act it Out

Unit 7: Animal Groups
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT write an explanatory paragraph stating conclusions made after acting out a scenario in which variables such as # of prey, # of predators and availability of food were changed.

Big Idea: Animal groups help the species survive but not always the individual animal, and animal groups adapt to environmental constraints.

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Science, predator, prey, animal, Groups, herds
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