Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Nature Outings: Interdependence - Section 2: Scenario Web


Making the connections of each animal or plant might be difficult for some students. Students might need to actually draw a web or diagram to help them see the relationship. They can do this by using their white boards or scratch piece of paper. The drawing helps students to also keep their thinking straight and allows them to participate more. I would model how to do this diagram or web when talking about the pizza. 

  Drawing a Web
  Diverse Entry Points: Drawing a Web
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Nature Outings: Interdependence

Unit 7: Life Science
Lesson 7 of 14

Objective: SWBAT read various clues to determine how animals and plants help each other to survive.

Big Idea: Interdependence in nature is often something that we do not think about when it comes to nature. Students will get to play a game where they understand how interdependence relates to the animal and plants structure and survival.

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Science, interdependence, animal and plant relationships, life science
  40 minutes
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