Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding The Importance of Flowers - Section 5: Putting It All Together: How Flowers Led to the Success of Angiosperms


In this reflection, I will discuss how to model how ecologists and botanists determine the importance of flowers. I will explain how the group share models how the findings of individual studies lead to a more conceptual of a big picture idea.  

  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Using Group Share to Model How Biologists Develop Theories.
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The Importance of Flowers

Unit 6: Plants
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: Students will relate the structure of flowers to their function in plant reproduction.

Big Idea: It's spring and the flowers are in bloom. Find out why there are so many different types of flowers.

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Science, Developing and Using Models, Systems and System Models, Multicellular organisms, flowers, Dissection, monocot, dicot
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