The last lions ecology ecosystems biomes food webs chains 5th 6th 7th 8th

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My students love those special days when they can watch a video, however, the struggle is how to keep them engaged and learning? I’ve found that this brochure format works wonders on engagement and learning! Students are kept engaged because they get the opportunity to draw pictures and create an energy pyramid in addition to answering short questions about the film. This particular brochure is adapted to work with "The Last Lions" documentary (ecosystems, habitats, food webs, food chains, energy pyramids). As of this writing the film is available free on You Tube. I use this activity as a case study that reviews students on ecology, food webs, energy pyramids, etc. and shows how all these factors are interrelated in an African savanna biome. Activity is approximately two class periods in length. Would work well with a sub if desired. Additional teacher resources for enrichment and full answer key are included. Although aligned with Texas State standards this activity will be a great resource for any curriculum that includes ecosystems or ecology. Created by Mr. Givens, AKA Mister Science
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The last lions ecology ecosystems biomes food webs chains
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