Lessons for Biodiversity

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  • Summer: Getting the Bugs Out - … initial activities engage students around the concept of biodiversity, initiating students' thinking about what biodiversity means. How is it quantified? How do … Environmental Change: Biodiversity. Arlington,VA: National Science Teachers Association, 1997. Web Sites Biodiversity Counts! http://www.amnh.org/learn/biodiversity counts This project … guides, lists of print resources and related literature, and biodiversity Web links. Biodiversity Dilemmas http://www.centerforplantconservation.org/peril/peril8.html Scenarios …
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  • Backyard BioBlitz - … of the greenhouse; the biodiversity that would be affected by the proposed greenhouse location; impact upon biodiversity living in the entire study area; and suggested methods of recovering biodiversity lost from habitat removal. Portfolio … , Boston. 128 pp. Chicago Wilderness. 2001. An atlas of biodiversity. Chicago Region Biodiversity Council, Chicago, Illinois. 65 pp. Chicago Wilderness. 2001. Chicago …
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  • The Spice of Life - … beliefs and values about protecting biodiversity. List several reasons why people believe it is important to protect biodiversity. SUBJECTS English language arts … science 17.C.2c 1. Discuss the meaning of biodiversity with your students. Biodiversity is the variety of life on earth. It … two people who have different viewpoints on protecting biodiversity. Portfolio The student’s biodiversity protection statement (created in the assessment) can be …
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  • Bio-What? - … “Biodiversity belongs.” Overhead 2 “Biodiversity helps us heal ourselves.” Overhead 3 “Biodiversity keeps natural areas together . . .” Overhead 4 “Biodiversity attracts tourists.” Overhead 5 “Biodiversity helps life to continue on earth.” Overhead 6 “Biodiversity gives …
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  • The Mountains of Nepal: Scientific Investigations - … website from the Franklin Institute See definition in "Critical vocabulary" biodiversity: Biodiversity and Conservation website from the Field Museum See definition in … Ecosystems: Resources for Science Learning website from the Franklin Institute Biodiversity: Biodiversity and Conservation website from the Field Museum Other websites: Google … Singh Critical vocabulary biodiversity According the U.S. Agency for International Development, biodiversity is the variety and variability of life. Biodiversity can be …
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  • Why Preserve Biodiversity? - Why Preserve Biodiversity? Overview: People take different approaches when making the case for preserving biodiversity. Some argue that biodiversity is important to ensure … were destroyed." Human health: "Biodiversity can help people find better cures for illnesses." Human rights: "If biodiversity is protected, indigenous people can … trying to convince the public to support biodiversity protection. Which of the five pro-biodiversity arguments do they think would be the …
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  • Introducing Biodiversity - … aspect of biodiversity - species classification - the class is now better prepared to learn about biodiversity in general. Using the Introducing Biodiversity student E-Sheet, students should visit Biodiversity is the rich variety … forests are all ecosystems.) Why is biodiversity important? What are some of the benefits of biodiversity? (Biodiversity is important because it affects the …
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  • School Yard Biodiversity (includes BLMs Biodiversity and School Yard Biodiversity Survey) - … . B. Biodiversity 1. Write the word “biodiversity” on the chalkboard. 2. Ask students if they can define biodiversity. 3. Explain that biodiversity means the … Indiana Science Grade 6 Curriculum Framework, October 2002 page 68 Biodiversity Biodiversity: the number and variety of organisms found in an environment … 69 Biodiversity Teacher Directions Make a transparency of the BLM Biodiversity and display it for the class. Discuss the definition of biodiversity with …
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  • Biodiversity - … about biodiversity." 3. "By the end of the day you will all be able to describe what biodiversity is and why biodiversity is … biodiversity." Assessment: Objective: TSW describe the term biodiversity Informal: TTW ask the students yes/no questions (M) describing biodiversity (C). Formal: TSW describe biodiversity … humans need biodiversity and how to use biodiversity to prevent disease (C). Formal: TSW complete their worksheet assignment (M) about why biodiversity is …
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  • Biodiversity – Who Cares? - … the Chicago River, is loss of ? ? ? ? biodiversity. Today they will be modeling how ecosystems lose biodiversity and exploring some of the consequences … the street of the importance of biodiversity. Biodiversity: Who Cares? Chicago River Schools Network p. 3 Biodiversity Who Cares: Invasive Species Scenarios Purple … snapping turtles and two river otters. Biodiversity: Who Cares? Chicago River Schools Network p. 5 Biodiversity: Who Cares?: Color Code Key Asian …
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