S4L1 Ecosystems S4P2 GSE 2018 Unit *Perfect for GoogleClassroom

S4L1 Ecosystems S4P2 GSE 2018 Unit *Perfect for GoogleClassroom
S4L1 Ecosystems S4P2 GSE 2018 Unit *Perfect for GoogleClassroom
S4L1 Ecosystems S4P2 GSE 2018 Unit *Perfect for GoogleClassroom
S4L1 Ecosystems S4P2 GSE 2018 Unit *Perfect for GoogleClassroom
S4L1 Ecosystems S4P2 GSE 2018 Unit *Perfect for GoogleClassroom
S4L1 Ecosystems S4P2 GSE 2018 Unit *Perfect for GoogleClassroom
S4L1 Ecosystems S4P2 GSE 2018 Unit *Perfect for GoogleClassroom
S4L1 Ecosystems S4P2 GSE 2018 Unit *Perfect for GoogleClassroom
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90 Slides of Unit Plan awesomeness! This unit plan took me around 8 hours to complete so your $5 will be well-spent. It includes your necessary base knowledge, numerous videos and interactive sites for the students to explore, quiz sites, science notebook writing opportunities, etc. This unit is for the new GSE 4th grade standards. Upload to Google Classroom and students can follow along/go on interactive adventures when prompted.

S4L1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information about the roles of organisms and the flow of energy within an ecosystem.
a. Develop a model to describe the roles of producers, consumers, and decomposers in a community. (Clarification statement: Students are not expected to identify the different types of
consumers – herbivores, carnivores, omnivores and scavengers.)
b. Develop simple models to illustrate the flow of energy through a food web/food chain
beginning with sunlight and including producers, consumers, and decomposers.
c. Design a scenario to demonstrate the effect of a change on an ecosystem.
(Clarification statement: Include living and non-living factors in the scenario.)
d. Use printed and digital data to develop a model illustrating and describing changes to the flow of energy in an ecosystem when plants or animals become scarce, extinct or overabundant.

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