Sharon Wilson

Sharon Wilson
High School Biology
81 Lessons
Mundy's Mill High School
Jonesboro, GA
Student Environment:
Urban
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There's a method to the madness
 
Big Idea: The scientific method is a useful problem solving method for any situation.
Standards:
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1,2,3,4-I declare war!
 
Big Idea: Does thumb size actually matter when it comes to war? Use an investigative techniques to solve this mystery!
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Life is for The Living
 
Big Idea: You gotta have GRACE (growth, reproduction, adaptation/adjustment, cells and energy) to live.
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The Write for Life
 
Big Idea: Students should be able to write about things that they understand.
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Viruses, Part 1 - Not kidding, they are not living
 
Big Idea: Viruses are not considered living.
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Viruses, Part 2 - The Write Way to Talk About Viruses
 
Big Idea: The “write” way to talk about viruses.
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Viruses, Part  3 - To Vaccinate or Not Vaccinate?  That is the question.
 
Big Idea: It’s not always clear if the benefits of the public’s health and safety outweigh individual rights.
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Viruses, Part 4- Ebola
 
Big Idea: The Ebola epidemic teaches us that science really happens outside the classroom.
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Photosynthesis, Part 1-Modeling Photosynthesis
 
Big Idea: It's cool to be able to make your own food.
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Photosynthesis, Part 2-Elodea Oxygen Bubbles Lab
 
Big Idea: Seeing is believing...plants release oxygen gas.
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Photosynthesis, Part 3 - Chromatography lab
 
Big Idea: Even though that leaf appears green, it isn’t the only pigment in that spinach leaf.
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Photosynthesis, Part 4 - It's all "write"!
 
Big Idea: Writing in science is about more than lab reports.
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Intro to Ecology
 
Big Idea: Our house is a very, very, very big house.
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It's only "write" to care about ecology
 
Big Idea: The ability to write cogently about a subject is an important skill that students should not only practice in Language Arts.
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Water, water everywhere
 
Big Idea: Water is a valuable resource that we sometimes take for granted.
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The Carbon, Nitrogen and Phosphorous Cycles
 
Big Idea: The activities of human populations affect the biosphere.
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Biogeochemical Cycles Performance Task
 
Big Idea: Performance tasks are a great way for students to review content in preparation for traditional assessments.
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Food Chains and Food Webs
 
Big Idea: Plants rule, carnivores drool!
Standards:
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Trophic Level Lab
 
Big Idea: Students get to run around and have fun pretending to be rabbits; snakes, hawks and grass, while learning firsthand how environmental factors have a great effect on an organism's ability to survive.
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Biomes
 
Big Idea: Biomes are great places to view the biodiversity of the planet.
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Why can’t we be friends?-Community Interactions
 
Big Idea: It’s not likely that Simba and Timon were ever friends.
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Predation Lab
 
Big Idea: Environmental changes have an effect on the survival of populations in an ecosystem.
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Population Ecology
 
Big Idea: How fast a population grows is determined by the amount of resources available.
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