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Human Biology Ecology Teacher's Guide

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
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  • 1.

    Introduction to Ecology

    This is an introduction to the teacher's guide for the human biology unit on ecology.

  • 2.

    You and the Environment

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the ecology chapter "You and the Environment." The chapter details what environments are and how ecologists study them.

  • 3.

    Food Chains: How Energy Gets to You

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "How Energy Gets to You." The chapter focuses on how plants and animals produce and store energy. It also includes the transfer of energy through food chains.

  • 4.

    Energy Flow in a Community

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Energy Flow in a Community." The chapter focuses on energy transfer in biological communities. Specifically, it introduces the concept of food webs and energy pyramids.

  • 5.

    Cycling

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Cycling." The chapter focuses on the cycling of abiotic factors through a community.

  • 6.

    Cycling in Biological Communities

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Cycling in Biological Communities." The chapter focuses on the recycling of abiotic factors in the specific community of a watershed.

  • 7.

    Recycling in Human Communities

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Recycling in Human Communities." The chapter is about waste disposal. It focuses on the difference between throwing something away in the trash and recycling it.

  • 8.

    Resources, Niches, and Habitats

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Resources, Niches, and Habitats." The chapter discusses the resources that organisms need to survive, including nutrients and space.

  • 9.

    Species Interactions

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Species Interactions." The chapter focuses on a variety of interactions between species, from predator-prey to mutualism. Camouflage and mimicry are also discussed in relation to protection from a predator.

  • 10.

    Human Population Growth

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Human Population Growth." The chapter discusses populations, what they are affected by, and how to study them. Resource use is also a topic in the chapter.

  • 11.

    Global Change

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Global Change." The chapter focuses on how human actions have negatively affected the earth, including global warming and acid rain.

  • 12.

    Defining Biological Diversity

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Defining Biological Diversity." The chapter discusses the different forms of biological diversity, as well as current threats to this diversity, how to study it, and its importance.

  • 13.

    Conserving Biological Diversity

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Conserving Biological Diversity." The chapter discusses the causes of species extinction and how to protect biodiversity.

  • 14.

    Conclusion: You and the Environment

    This is the accompanying teacher's guide to the chapter "Conclusion: You and the Environment." The chapter is the conclusion of the Ecology book; it revisits the question of what is the reader's environment.

  • 15.

    Additional Resources Ecology

    This chapter contains additional resources for the teacher's guide to the human biology unit on ecology.

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