The Carbon Cycle Discussion

The Carbon Cycle Discussion
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Carbon Cycle: Teacher Guide and Student Activities

By Oliver Smith

Carbon is an element that is present in all living things, and is a part of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. It is constantly recycled on our planet, moving from the atmosphere to living things and back to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. Carbon can also be passed between living things when one organism eats another. Known as the Carbon Cycle, this recycling process is composed of a number of steps that cycle carbon through the biosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, and geosphere.

Carbon Cycle

Storyboard Description

Facilitate a discussion with students about the carbon cycle

Storyboard Text

  • The leaves on the ground are dissolved by the rain.
  • The leaves are broken up and the carbon is released into the atmosphere.
  • The leaves will never disappear.
  • Other animals absorb them when they walk over them.
  • The students have been clearing Chelsea's yard and are wondering what will happen to the leaves that have fallen from the tree.
  • Sara
  • Chelsea
  • Jose
  • Curtis
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