Ecosystems and Biomes - World Biomes, Climate and Food webs

Ecosystems and Biomes - World Biomes, Climate and Food webs
Ecosystems and Biomes - World Biomes, Climate and Food webs
Ecosystems and Biomes - World Biomes, Climate and Food webs
Ecosystems and Biomes - World Biomes, Climate and Food webs
Ecosystems and Biomes - World Biomes, Climate and Food webs
Ecosystems and Biomes - World Biomes, Climate and Food webs
Ecosystems and Biomes - World Biomes, Climate and Food webs
Ecosystems and Biomes - World Biomes, Climate and Food webs
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This environmental science lesson and activity is a great introduction to climate, biomes and food webs.

This lesson is designed to facilitate independent learning and is ideal for a sub plan or simply to encourage self-instruction of basic concepts. If independent learning isn't your goal, it still fits perfectly into a teacher-directed curriculum.

Included in this product:

  • Detailed teacher lesson plan including essential questions, standards, included resources, and materials list
  • Student web-quest on climate, biomes, climatograms
  • Directions and template for student-created travel brochure for a specific world biome (with grading rubric)
  • Biome and food web poster project
  • Data Analysis page: interpreting climatograms (histograms of a biome's climate)
  • Digging Deeper page: the link between vegetation and climate

*All items are designed to be used in a 1:1 classroom. For a printable version of this lesson, Click Here.

How do I use this lesson?

Students independently gain vocabulary and basic concepts through internet web-quests and videos. The content delivery is perfect for substitutes because students can work independently on the web-quest and activities. The climatograms provide a clear and concise link to mathematical concepts for cross-curricular learning.

What curriculum could I use with this lesson?

This lesson ideally geared towards upper middle school and high school students and would work well with a general level Environmental Science or Biology textbook. It is NOT designed to meet AP Environmental Science or AP Biology standards, but could supplement these courses.

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33 pages
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Teaching Duration
4 days
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