Lessons for Marine Life

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  • An Alternative to the "What I Did on Summer Vacation - What I Can Do on Summer Vacation." - … marine resources. 1. 2. 3. Does everyone use the same marine resources? Will more marine resources be used in the future? Which nonrenewable marine … , estuaries provide nourishment and suitable habitat to many forms of marine life. Over 95% of the commercial fisheries depend on estuaries at … ways this richest of coastal ecosystems is so important to marine life and to humans. C. Point out major coastal regions that … , 1990. Sumich, James L., An Introduction to the Biology of Marine Life, W.C. Brown Publishers, 4 6 0 2 Kerper Boulevard …
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  • The Sand Travels - … Spanish, Oceans Alive! illustrates the relationships among marine life and supports the teaching of life science. Filmed entirely in the wild in many … Street Plymouth, MA 02360 (617) 982-8942 Monitor National Marine Sanctuary The Mariners Museum 100 Museum Drive Newport News, VA 23606 (804 … (415) 788-3666 MARE Curriculum Guides & Teachers' Guide to Marine Science Field Trips Marine Activities, Resources & Education (MARE) Lawrence Hall of Science …
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  • Conserving Marine Life - … discuss and research various threats to several marine life and formulate possible solutions to help those marine life regain stability. II. Performance or learner … students a concerned and interested picture of various marine about conserving marine life in endangered life. situations that were influenced by humans. Questions: Expected … preserve marine life. Tracking marine life, providing safe habitats, better enforcement of laws and stiffer penalties, and educating people about the circumstances of marine life extinctions …
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  • Australia to Dump Sludge in Great Barrier Reef - … / environmentalists / up in arms / profits / system / protection / fishing / tourism / delicate / marine life / decision / sad day Have a chat about the topics you … dumping, "is (10) ____ for the Reef which further threatens marine life, its (11) ____ and Australia's tourism and fishing industries … more body brow / blow for the Reef which further threatens marine life, its World Heritage statues / status and Australia's tourism and …
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  • Life in the Ocean - … energy describe how the marine environment is divided classify some marine organisms Purpose/Rationale: • • • To introduce students to marine life The significance of this lesson is inspire students to engage in marine biology … with another student who can identify marine life to get help. Talking about salinity and how marine life is affected by low and high …
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  • Life in the Ocean - … get energy Describe how the marine environment is divided Classify most marine organisms Purpose/Rationale • • • Introduce students to marine life and their surroundings The … learn more about Marine life. Career Connection: This is the first step that the students are taking towards their Marine Biology careers. They … marine lives to get help. Suggested Future research for students: a. Find how salinity affects marine life? b. Learn to extract DNA from marine
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  • Ocean Life - … the Internet at regarding marine animal life, marine world records and other facts. Also there is a directory of marine animal information at Poems … materials to research marine animal life. A blank wall or bulletin board is needed for a classroom information table on marine life. If a … to the ocean life in that area?" Create a list based on what the students want to know about marine life. Edit the list if needed. (E.g. - What do marine species eat?, Picture of animal, Scientific name, How fast do marine
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  • Marine Mammals: Just Like Us - … fish, then I will give some interesting facts on the marine mammals. Marine Mammals: These animals evolved from mammals on land, making … towns, which would kill them. They are highly adapted for marine life, including webbed toes, and a thick layer of blubber. Polar … flippers, which have naked soles. Can be freshwater or marine Exclusively marine Drag bodies while on land This group is much more …
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  • Life in the Zones - … will demonstrate how life in the ocean varies based on the zone, or depth, in which they live. A marine food web … 14 Life in the Zones Janelle Catlett Albemarle County Schools 3. Focus: We are now going to learn about the marine food … read-alouds using ocean related books. Research Topics could include: marine life, sea exploration, or geological features using reference books, online encyclopedias …
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  • Marine Birds - … the conservation of marine communities through exposure to marine birds, organisms who are integral to the ecological web of marine life. Specifically, students will learn about several evolutionary adaptations of marine … Describe and discuss what makes marine birds different from strictly terrestrial birds and how marine birds adapt to life at sea. Goal C …
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