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# 14.1: Planning

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12

## Key Idea

• You make a difference. Think globally, act locally.

## Overview

The final section reminds students that their relationship with the environment is a two-way street-the environment affects them and they affect the environment. The concluding activity is identical to the first activity in the unit. This activity can be used to assess how the students' views of ecology and the environment have changed with the study of this unit.

## Objectives

Students:

Undefined control sequence \checkmark\begin{align*}\checkmark\end{align*} identify and explain the biotic and abiotic resources in their environment.

Undefined control sequence \checkmark\begin{align*}\checkmark\end{align*} demonstrate their personal connection to the environment.

Undefined control sequence \checkmark\begin{align*}\checkmark\end{align*} demonstrate knowledge of the interrelationships between the physical and biological aspects of the environment.

Undefined control sequence \checkmark\begin{align*}\checkmark\end{align*} explain how a change in one part of the environment impacts the rest of the system.

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## Student Materials

• Activity Report
• 1 piece of butcher paper
• Colored marking pens, pencils, or crayons

## Teacher Materials

See Activity 13-1 in the Student Edition

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## Date Created:

Feb 23, 2012

Apr 29, 2014
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