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  21.   Invertebrates
Objectives Students will understand the following: 1. An invertebrate is an animal that has no spine, or backbone. 2. Some invertebrates exhibit bilateral symmetry . 3. An animal or plant that exhibits bilateral symmetry produces a mirror image only if a line is drawn through it at one particular place. 4. An animal or plant that exhibits radial symmetry produces a mirror image...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  22.   Observing Complete Metamorphosis
...Rieke 6th Grade/ Science Kimberly School District Links to Files Associated with This Lesson Complet Metamorphosis Poster examples.doc Group rotation.doc Master Teacher Lesson Planning Sheet Group poster.doc Miniposter.doc Poster examples.doc Tableinstructions.doc Ch20 intro.ppt Ch20 intro.ppt.ppt Invertebrates.ppt Metamorph.ppt Reike.ppt Reike1.ppt 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 to cr...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  23.   Mammal Collage
...ia Marine Institute on Sapelo in the 1960's. Gray's Reef is not a coral reef such as those found in the tropics. It is a limestone rock outcropping, which stands above the shifting sands of the nearly flat continental shelf. This rocky outcropping provides a solid place for algae and sessile marine invertebrates to attach. the attached organisms provide food and hiding places for other invertebrate animals and fishes. The rich diversity of life around these rocky areas makes it easy to understand why they are often referred to as "live bottoms" Since Gray's Reef is well offshore and lies in 50 to 70 feet of water, mo...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  24.   The Carribean - Aquariums, Reefs, and Plants and Animals of the Coral Reefs
...coral forms. 4. Demonstrate the relationships between plants, animals, and the reef. Time: Two (2) hours every day for 4 days. 40 minutes per station. (preferably Monday thru Thursday). Last day, 30 minute wrap-up. Resources\Materials: Aquarium: tank, substrate, water, corals, plants, fish, marine invertebrates, and other necessary equipment for the successful construction of a salt water aquarium. For additional resources, see your local pet store, or refer to the book: Marine Invertebrates by Friese, U. Erich. Additional information can be found at: and Both are excellent sources of information on how to build and...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  25.   Earthworks
...ifferent combinations of molecules. Physical Principals in Living Systems - 6f. Students know light can be reflected, refracted, transmitted and absorbed by matter. Investigation and Experimentation - 7 a-g. Scientific progress. Topic Addressed: Water Quality in Chollas Creek by looking at its macroinvertebrates. Learning Objectives: See CA Science Content Standards. Students will learn protocols for conducting investigations: collecting data, analysis of it, forming a hypothesis, use of journal writing/field logs, GIS, water quality testing kits, identification keys for aquatic invertebrates. They will learn science...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  26.   Margaret Peterson, Teacher / Earthworks Education Activities (Lichens as Air Quality Indicators)
...ements for creating their research site, such as measurements, 100 circle grid, % of lichen findings, and research report as the assessment. Enrichment/Reflection: From this point students will continue their study by moving toward new questions about lichens as air quality indicators and the micro-invertebrates that live within the lichens. Resources:Forested area to study, Univ. of CT professor who works with lichens as bioindicators or air quality, administrative support, appropriate equipment Barriers:-Students tend to be cynical when given a question or problem to solve if perceived as "fluff" Responses:Prior to...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  27.   Invertebrate Classification
Invertebrate Classification Purpose: This lesson serves to introduce students to the animal kingdom. Students will outline the characteristics of the animal kingdom, distinguish between invertebrates and vertebrates, and identify specimens belonging to major invertebrate animal phyla and classes. VA SOLs: BIO. 4. The stude...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  28.   Invertebrate Phyla
Title: Invertebrate Phyla Objectives: • Students will develop an understanding of the characteristics of the invertebrate Phyla in the Kingdom Animal. • Students will be able to classify organisms into Phyla based on their characteristics • Student will be able to distinguish radial symmetry, bilateral symmetry, and asymmetry. •...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  29.   Invertebrates: Our Many Spineless Friends
Grades 3-5 Invertebrates: Our Many Spineless Friends Beth Sellers, WVPT Overview Topic: Invertebrates. This lesson on invertebrates is a part of a thematic unit on animal classification. Very little prerequisite knowledge is required for students to partake in this lesson, which meets Va. Science SOL 5.5. As a part of this lesson, st...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  30.   Invertebrates
Invertebrates Kathie F. Nunley, Granger High School Here's an example of a "Daily" layered curriculum unit from High School Biology: Name____ Due Date ____ Period____ Unit 10 Invertebrates (cont.): The Arthropods Matching papers will not be graded. Day 1: 1. Quietly, watch the movie. 10 pts 2. Write 15 new ideas learned...
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    Grade Level: K-12


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