Organization of Living Things lesson plan which contains content & language objective, exit criteria, introduction, scientific inquiry, differentiated instruction, enrichment, review questions, points to consider, homework and additional resources.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Organization of Living Things.
To build a step-by-step description of a sequence for analysis, discussion, or communication using a Sequence Diagram.
To emphasize students’ understanding of key words and practice applying the definitions of the vocabulary words to examples and drawings using the Frayer Model.
Life occurs in many incredible forms in many unexpected places. It isn't always obvious when something is alive so what do you need to look for to make that determination?
Covers life in anoxic environments exploring the chemical basis of life, addressing exobiology, evolution, and ecology.
Covers marine snow and energy flow throughout the oceans and how global wide changes affect the cycling of materials through the ocean.
Covers carnivorous sponges as a model for adaptation. Compares similar adaptations between carnivorous plants and carnivorous sponges. Looks at how sponge adaptability informs us about early life forms.
Covers the formation of gas hydrates, looking at how they form the base of some ecosystems and are being looked at as a fuel source.
Covers invertebrates and how they act on a slower time scale than other animals. Seeks to get students to consider how other animals perceive the world and how this can inform studies of all animals.
Illustrated mind map for Organization of Living Things and related concepts.