This "Humans and the Environment Complete Unit Bundle" includes everything you need to teach a unit on "Human Impact on the Environment" to your life science or biology students. The bundle contains a 72-slide PowerPoint presentation, lecture notes for the teacher, a guided notes outline for the students, lab activity, water and energy use conservation activity, set of 55 task cards, crossword puzzle, two homework assignments, set of 2 quizzes, a test prep/review question PowerPoint, and final unit test.
A Teacher Guide containing tips for implementing the resources, suggestions for sequencing, and alignment to NGSS standards is also included.
I have included each product in an editable format, and I have also included each product in PDF form. Each of these products is sold separately in my TpT store, but buying the entire unit in one download will save you money. If each of these resources were purchased separately, the total cost would be $33.49. The complete bundle of resources is $24.99, a savings of 25%.
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Complete teacher guides and teacher answer keys are included for each resource.
The resources included in this teaching bundle are:
Human Impact on the Environment PowerPoint and Notes Set
Set of 2 Homework Assignments / Study Guides for Human Impact on the Environment
Lab: The Effect of Acid Rain on Seed Germination
Calculating Water Use and Energy Consumption in the Home
Humans and the Environment Task Cards
Quiz Set of 2: Human Impact on the Environment
Human Impact on the Environment Review PowerPoint Questions and Answers
Human Impact on the Environment Unit Test
FREE Set of Six Ecology Crossword Puzzles
Topics covered in this Bundle:
- Planet Earth and environmental science.
- A brief history of the human impact on planet Earth: Hunters and gatherers, agriculture, industry, and urban development.
- Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources: Definitions and examples.
- Sustainable development.
- Land resources: The importance of land, land as a renewable resource, composition of soil, human impact on soil, erosion, desertification, good land management.
- Forest resources: The importance of forests as a producer of human goods and services, the ecological role of the forests, renewable forests, nonrenewable forests, old growth forests, deforestation, good management of forests.
- Fishery resources: The importance of fisheries to humans and to the environment, overfishing, fisheries as a renewable resource, aquaculture.
- Air resources: Air quality, smog, the pollutants in smog, the burning of fossil fuels, acid rain.
- Freshwater resources: Water use by humans, how pollutants enter the water supply, the role of nature in the cleaning and purifying of water.
- The Human Influence on the Biosphere: Ozone depletion, rising levels of carbon dioxide, population growth.
- Ozone Depletion: Definition of ozone, importance of ozone in our atmosphere, the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation, how humans are causing the destruction of the ozone, chlorofluorocarbons (CFC's), global regulations of CFC's.
- Increasing Levels of Carbon Dioxide: The role of carbon in the carbon cycle, the addition of too much carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, the danger of rising carbon dioxide levels, global warming, the greenhouse effect.
- Human Population Growth: Estimation of future population size and the effect this will have on our planet.
- Biodiversity: Definition of biodiversity, how biodiversity is measured, the importance of biodiversity, ways biodiversity is lost, extinction, the threat of pollution to biodiversity, keystone species, the use of DDT in the environment, biological magnification, the threat of invasive species.
The PowerPoint consists of 72 slides that are colorful, informative and visually stimulating. Pictures and diagrams are included that will greatly enhance your instruction to your students. This product also includes a set of notes for the teacher and a set of notes for the student. The students get an outline of the notes that they fill in as the PowerPoint lesson is being presented.
This teaching bundle is appropriate for all biology students in grades 8 - 12.
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