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Population traits are key to understanding how biotic factors influence ecosystems. This lesson provides a rich, editable presentation, screencast, doodle notes, guided notes and a digital notebook file to help students learn concepts. The lesson begins with a bell ringer on Black Friday and how this influences populations of people. From there we look at a variety of species, from Wood Ducks to Maple Syrup Trees. All living things clump and space according to their needs. This lesson is designed and tested for a mainstreamed middle school science classroom of 24 students meeting daily for 40 minutes. The teacher will find lesson materials for direct instruction, reinforcement and homework.
Please note, this lesson is part of my Ecosystems and Interactions for Middle School Bundle.
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Topic Covered in this 40 Minute Lesson
Population Spacing (Clumped, Uniform, Random)
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