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Oh, yeah! We used those in Biology once!
I know I can use a dose/response curve to measure toxicity in the body!
Students will begin by discussing what they already know about assessing environmental risks.
Why is it important to measure toxicity in the body if we can't see it on the outside?
Teacher will pass out informative text materials describing when and how to use four methods of assessing risk.
I wonder if we could test if the medicines we take affect our water supply?
Teacher will observe as students apply these methods to the worksheet
I created a histogram to show how radiation levels in public streams have increased over the last 5 years!
Teacher will ask questions and redirect as needed to facilitate deeper thinking of the topic
Students will analyze how they can apply these methods of assessing environmental risk to other environmental circumstances.
Students will demonstrate ability to use formal definitions, and the teacher will be able to assess students' skill in assessing environmental risk.
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