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  1.   Observing Complete Metamorphosis (Part of a unit on invertebrates)
Your Name: Beryl Rieke Lesson Number:1 Title: Observing Complete Metamorphosis (Part of a unit on invertebrates) Content Area/Grade Level: 6th Grade Science Content Area Objectives Addressed: Systems, order, and organization, form and function, scientific inquiry, structure and function in living systems, regulation and behavior, populations and ecosystems. Technology Objectives Addressed: Students used word processing...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Classification of an invertebrate:Sponge
Classification of an invertebrate:Sponge Giles, Carol Collins High School 542-4300 Objectives: To become familiar with primitive animals. Materials: A. Sample sponges-two authentic sponges, one synthetic sponge, a large rock, a rubber band, a fish-like tank container (one gallon). B. A picture of a knight in armor. C. Dissecting microscope, di...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Hunting Invertebrates in the Classroom
HUNTING INVERTEBRATE FOSSILS IN THE CLASSROOM Jon O. Garbisch Department of Geology University of Kansas Lawrence, KS 66045 Level: Elementary to junior high Anticipated Learning Outcomes The student will acquire a general knowledge of fossils and paleontology, the study of evidence of life in the past. The student will be able to...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  4.   Invertebrates, No Backbone, No Problem
Invertebrates, No Backbone, No Problem Description Students study characteristics of invertebrates, observe a micro-habitat for two weeks, research an invertebrate, create a profile poster, and present a report. Standards Florida Sunshine State Standards LA.A.2.3.5 The student locates, organizes, and interprets written inf...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Vertebrates and Invertebrates
Vertebrates and Invertebrates Objective: Students will gain an understanding of the difference between vertebrates and invertebrates. Oyster Fish 2 poster boards Magazines Shrimp Knife Glue Scissors Materials: Activity: Initiate - Discuss the two new names - vertebrate and invertebrate. Have the students feel their own backbones and eac...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  6.   Activity: Using Pit Fall Traps to Collect Terrestrial Invertebrates and Possible Urban Forest Invasive Species
Name: Activity: Using Pit Fall Traps to Collect Terrestrial Invertebrates and Possible Urban Forest Invasive Species Objectives: 1) To allow students to collect terrestrial invertebrates using a home made pit fall-style trap. 2) To understand there are many more invertebrates than we thought. 3) To reinforce the concept of invasive species while performing a field study to collect...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  7.   Stimulus/Response in Invertebrates
Stimulus/Response in Invertebrates Administration Procedures Grades 5-8 Performance Task Contributed by: Oregon State Department of Education Description: Students will devise simple experiments to test how a slug's or earthworm's structures allow it to accomplish various functions for survival. The task assesses students' understanding of sci...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  8.   Design a Deep-Sea Vertebrate or Invertebrate
Deep East 2001 Exploration Design a Deep-Sea Vertebrate or Invertebrate FOCUS Blake Ridge - Structure and Function in Living Systems Methane Chemosynthetic Symbiosis Bacteria Polychaete Mussel Gastropod Echinoderm Benthic Adaptations GRADE LEVEL 7-8 FOCUS QUESTION What types of adaptations do invertebrates need to live in a methane hydrate habitat? LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  9.   Galapagos Rift Expedition - InVENT a Deep-Sea Invertebrate
Galapagos Rift Expedition InVENT a Deep-Sea Invertebrate FOCUS Structure and Function in Living Systems ? Chart paper GRADE LEVEL Grade 5-6 TEACHING TIME Two 45-minute sessions LEARNING OBJECTIVES Students will design an invertebrate capable of living near deep-sea hydrothermal vents, and in doing so, will learn about the unique adaptations that organisms must...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  10.   Invertebrate Study
...n specific environments. Students will know that there are many different kinds of living things that live in a variety of environments. Students will know that animals can be associated with their environment by an examination of their structural characteristics Procedure This lesson is part of an invertebrate study and is an extension of a study on Platyhelminthes. First, students use www.nettrekker.com (an age and content appropriate website) to find and copy a picture of a Platyhelminthes that interests them. and then find facts about it. Then, the students will find facts about their flatworm. Next, they will im...
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    Grade Level: K-2


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