This animation explains the carbon cycle and humans' conbritution to it. Video courtesy of Sofia Selska and Ben Beighton.
Lesson Plan contains, and extensive "teacher Background", objectives, standards, materials, activity, closing activity, extensions, and resources. Examples of expected activity is provided.
Lesson Plan contains background, and game activity "Carbon Process". Has a real world connection
Students will experience how carbon is found in fossil fuels and how it travels in many forms. This lesson includes a background, introduction, procedures for the activity with extensions.
Lesson Plan includes, assessment, engaging questions, and an activity. Answers provided for discussion questions.
Activity includes connecting to prior knowledge, instructions and materials needed for "Carbon Tracker game". Has a real world connection
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Carbon Cycle.
To stimulate the critical thinking skills required to assess the validity of statements about the key concept using an Agree/Disagree Table.
This Possible Sentences strategy activates prior knowledge of specific science content by creating sentences using pairs of key vocabulary words.
Laboratory contains, background information, prior knowledge, procedures, necessary handouts, and post lab questions. There are two parts to this lab with their respective post lab questions.
Presents the student with the challenge of designing an experiment to investigate a global phenomenon. Provides information on different and conflicting results from ocean acidification based on organismal response and latitude.
Students are exposed to a technique for making oceanic biofuel. This covers the choice of algae, issues with land use, and how to fully utilize the resource.
Is the Earth green or blue? It depends on your perspective.
This study guide looks at three important biogeochemical cycles: water cycle, carbon cycle, and nitrogen cycle.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Carbon Cycle.