Eutrophication Presentation and Student Activity Packet

Eutrophication Presentation and Student Activity Packet
Eutrophication Presentation and Student Activity Packet
Eutrophication Presentation and Student Activity Packet
Eutrophication Presentation and Student Activity Packet
Eutrophication Presentation and Student Activity Packet
Eutrophication Presentation and Student Activity Packet
Eutrophication Presentation and Student Activity Packet
Eutrophication Presentation and Student Activity Packet
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Starts with a PowerPoint presentation that can be used for traditional notes and lecture style lesson or as a jumping off point for class discussion of eutrophication. Download includes both a teacher version with answers and a student version without. The student activity packet includes three different activities to reinforce content knowledge three ways. First, students put the steps of eutrophication in order and write a summary paragraph of the process in their own words. Then students cut and paste together a cartoon of eutrophication before the culminating project: a group model build. Minimal prep is required for these three student-centered activities.

The included teacher lesson plan and activity packet answer key saves you time and eases formative assessment.


Covers the basics of how eutrophication occurs as a result of excessive nitrogen and phosphorus runoff. Excellent follow-up to lessons about the nitrogen cycle or human impact on the environment.

Students may interact with the PowerPoint individually, in small groups, or as a whole class. Adaptable as teacher-lead activity using Smartboard or overhead, or as a student-centered independent project.

Afterward, check for understanding using the Eutrophication Activity Packet.
Students may self-assess using the included answer key or teacher may collect for a grade. The lesson concludes with a group modeling project, excellent for student engagement and for quickly gauging knowledge acquisition.

This activity is ideal for

--independent or small group work
--whole-class learning (on smartboard or overhead)
--homework assignment
--formative assessment
--test prep
-- deeper knowledge of the Nitrogen Cycle and Human Impact on the Environment

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All the best,

Carrie B

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Total Pages
24 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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