LevelsofOrganization, AbioticBiotic, Symbiosis & Feeding Relationships Homework

LevelsofOrganization, AbioticBiotic, Symbiosis & Feeding Relationships Homework
LevelsofOrganization, AbioticBiotic, Symbiosis & Feeding Relationships Homework
LevelsofOrganization, AbioticBiotic, Symbiosis & Feeding Relationships Homework
LevelsofOrganization, AbioticBiotic, Symbiosis & Feeding Relationships Homework
LevelsofOrganization, AbioticBiotic, Symbiosis & Feeding Relationships Homework
LevelsofOrganization, AbioticBiotic, Symbiosis & Feeding Relationships Homework
LevelsofOrganization, AbioticBiotic, Symbiosis & Feeding Relationships Homework
LevelsofOrganization, AbioticBiotic, Symbiosis & Feeding Relationships Homework
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NGSSHS-LS2-4
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Looking for way to review levels of organization, abiotic/biotic factors, symbiosis and feeding relationships in your Ecology unit? Look no further! This resource is meant to be versatile, it can be a homework, review, quiz, exit ticket, you name it, it's whatever you need!

This worksheet starts with 5 multiple choice questions on levels of organization and symbiotic relationships. The back has a matching section for feeding relationship terms (producer, consumer, herbivore, carnivore, omnivore and decomposer) and also two short answer questions. The first short answer is a table asking for a definiton and example of abiotic and biotic factors and the second short answer question asks students to relate biotic factors to abiotic factors in an ecosystem.

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NGSSHS-LS2-4
Use mathematical representations to support claims for the cycling of matter and flow of energy among organisms in an ecosystem. Emphasis is on using a mathematical model of stored energy in biomass to describe the transfer of energy from one trophic level to another and that matter and energy are conserved as matter cycles and energy flows through ecosystems. Emphasis is on atoms and molecules such as carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen being conserved as they move through an ecosystem. Assessment is limited to proportional reasoning to describe the cycling of matter and flow of energy.
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4 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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