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  • Objective: The students will develop an understanding about how ecosystems work by analyzing a variety of different species and their role in the environment.
  • Objective: The students will develop an understanding about how ecosystems work by analyzing a variety of different species and their role in the environment.
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  • Objective: The students will develop an understanding about how ecosystems work by analyzing a variety of different species and their role in the environment.
  • Objective: The students will develop an understanding about how ecosystems work by analyzing a variety of different species and their role in the environment.
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  • Ecosystem?
  • Class, how many of you know what an ecosystem is?
  • Let's work together in groups to figure out which critter belongs with which ecosystem card. Read the ecosystem prompts and match the critters that will be able to help solve the issues in the prompts. For example, ladybugs eat aphids so they would go in the garden ecosystem to deal with the aphid problem that affects the vegetables.
  • Objective: The students will develop an understanding about how ecosystems work by analyzing a variety of different species and their role in the environment.
  • Critter Cards
  • Ecosystem Cards
  • I think bats go in ecosystem 1.
  • Objective: The students will develop an understanding about how ecosystems work by analyzing a variety of different species and their role in the environment.
  • I agree!
  • Objective: The students will develop an understanding about how ecosystems work by analyzing a variety of different species and their role in the environment.
  • How is this group doing? What have you come up with?
  • Objective: The students will develop an understanding about how ecosystems work by analyzing a variety of different species and their role in the environment.
  • Objective: The students will develop an understanding about how ecosystems work by analyzing a variety of different species and their role in the environment.
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  • Okay, let's discuss our results!
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