Science & Nature
Habitats and Food Chains
Students will: Be able identify the structure of a food chain in a specific habitat. Be able to identify producers and consumers.
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Build and test primary science skills. A habitat provides a living thing with everything it needs to survive. Living things require different types and amounts of food, water, shelter, and space. Food chains demonstrate how living things depend on each other for food (energy). • All food chains begin with producers, usually plants Why are food chains important to habitats? Food chains are important because they show the intricate relationships in ecosystems. It is seen that in food chains,...
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To identify the structure of a food chain in a specific habitat. Students will be able to construct food chain for a specific habitat. Students will be able to identify producers and consumers.
Students will be given homework to complete in tgheir own time.
4 files available upon enrollmentWhite Board and marker or paper and pen.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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I am a graduate from the University of Greenwich in London with BSc and QTS currently taking my Masters in Education Science at Khon Kaen University. I have over 20 years’ experience teaching students of all ages. With 15 years working in ...