Lessons for Oceans

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  • Celebrate the Year of the Ocean - … Sea 218,100 Indian Ocean 28,400,000 Arctic Ocean 5,100,000 Mediterranean Sea 969,000 Atlantic Ocean 33,400,000 North … research plants and animals that live in the ocean and create a pictionary of ocean life. Science and language arts. Have older students write and illustrate a glossary of ocean terms. Geography --the oceans. Create a trivia game. Arrange students into four … politicians, organizations, or individuals outlining a plan for protecting the oceans against that threat. Language arts. Encourage students to visit the …
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  • Ocean Murals - … % of the world is water." Ask the been to the ocean? Oceans are one of the students how much of the world … a mural Make sure the students understand the about ocean life." difference between ocean surface and the Ask the students what kind … . When the mural is completed discuss the ocean. with students all the features of the ocean that they have learned about. Also … Bill Nye Science Guy episode on Ocean Exploration, a lesson on how humans explore the ocean and the machines that they use …
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  • Undersea exploration - … Students explore the lifeforms and land formations under the ocean. The three ocean levels and their respective lifeforms are investigated and discussed … of ocean life and their natural movement. explore ocean life through listening to actual sounds from the ocean and music about the oceans. participate … Scissors Tape Glue Pictures of Ocean life Paintings of Ocean Life Recordings from the Ocean Songs about the Ocean Bibliography: Baby Beluga, Raffi Songs …
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  • Remote Sensing - … by the sun drives convection within the atmosphere and oceans, producing winds and ocean currents. The earth is a system containing essentially … students are now ready to review involve ocean color. Scientists have been able to correlate ocean color with phytoplankton abundance. In particular … the base of the oceanic food web, an increase in plankton populations typically indicates higher ocean productivity. The ocean color images are produced …
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  • A Rainbow Under the Sea: How do Animals Survive in the Ocean? - … characteristics of animals that help them survive in the ocean. Explain how the ocean environment supports the life of different types of … with information and printouts on ocean animals. Life in the Ocean ( http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/eviau/edit557/oceans/norma/onfrm.htm ) gives … notebook. Serve gold fish crackers, blue punch, and ocean decorated cupcakes. Use ocean theme napkins. Student Materials Drawing Funny Fish and Sharks …
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  • A Sea-nic Perspective - … the health of our world's oceans. They then create presentations about specific issues affecting oceans for display in a classroom exhibit … related to the future health of our oceans. What problems do you think the oceans are facing? Is anything being done about … and analyze characteristics of water and the oceans portrayed by these films. Is the ocean considered habitable, dangerous, friendly, awe-inspiring, endangered …
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  • Ocean Careers Exploration - … , sensors and tools are expanding our ability to explore the ocean. Ocean scientists are relying more and more on satellites, drifters, buoys … ocean. You can discuss that many resources come from the ocean, that many species are still being discovered in the ocean, that the ocean covers 70 percent of the earth, that the ocean is largely unexplored and so on. 3. Ocean Careers …
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  • Predator Protector Game Lesson - … percent of the planet's surface. There is one ocean with many ocean basins, such as the North Pacific, South Pacific, North … the living space on Earth is in the ocean. Essential Principle #6: The ocean and humans are inextricably interconnected. e. Humans affect … of the large vertebrates from the ocean. f. Everyone is responsible for caring for the ocean. The ocean sustains life on Earth, and humans must live in ways that sustain the ocean. Individual and collective …
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  • Oceans - … Planet" page, they can click on Ocean Profiles or go to Looking at the Sea:Ocean Profiles. Instruct them to them draw … of the online map to read about the oceans. The profiles should include ocean depths. Tell students to translate the depths into … Looking at the Sea: Physical Features of the Ocean. Currents in the Oceans Students will probably first think of waves when contemplating … even travel to the depths of the ocean. Extensions A further exploration of the site "Oceans Alive" will broaden the scope of …
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  • Submarine Mountains - … submarine warfare raged in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Deep-ocean trenches in the western Pacific provided havens for Japanese submarines … any lingering notions that the Earth's ocean floors were featureless plains. Scientists mapped oceanic ridges, submerged islands, plateaus, and trenches discoveries … depth of your "ocean " How does this compare with the depths of real oceans? 3) How far below the ocean's surface is …
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