Reflection: ELL Students What is Environmental Science? - Section 2: Direct Instruction


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What is Environmental Science?

Unit 2: The Nature of Environmental Science
Lesson 1 of 17

Objective: Students will be able to explain the reasons that effective approaches to environmental problems require a broad base of interdisciplinary knowledge.

Big Idea: Environmental science is more than just biology and chemistry. It is interdisciplinary and utilizes social science as well as physical science.

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