seats period 1 n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Seats : period 1 PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Seats : period 1

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 33

Seats : period 1 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 191 Views
  • Uploaded on

Seats : period 1. Seats : period 5. Catalyst. 4 minutes!. Put these organisms in order from lowest to highest energy level: carnivore , herbivore , p roducer What is the difference between food chains & webs ? Why are all producers green ?

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Seats : period 1' - edena


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
catalyst
Catalyst

4

minutes!

  • Put these organisms in order from lowest to highest energy level: carnivore, herbivore, producer
  • What is the difference between food chains & webs?
  • Why are all producers green?
  • What is the definition of a producer?
  • What type of consumer are humans?
  • What type of consumer are vegetarians?

How does an herbivore, like a cow, depend on the energy of the sun for food?

What happens when the sun dies?

100 b
100.B
  • 1: Raise a hand
  • 1: Demonstrate North Star traits
    • Problem solver
    • Goal driven
  • 3: 100% seated before the bell
  • 3: “Ready for your attention”
  • 3: Lab / activity clean up
  • 5: 100% on task during practice
  • 5: 80% exit ticket average

Headphones

on Friday!

100 b1
100.B

love it or hate it!

hot seat

!

head

phones

!

hot seat

!

music

!

hot seat

!

head

phones

!

head

phones

!

head

phones

!

objectives
Objectives
  • Agenda
  • Catalyst 5
  • Food Chains Flash Back! 5
  • Food Web Intro 5
  • Guided Practice 5
  • Partner Practice 20
  • Food Web Puzzle 10
  • Exit Ticket 5
  • We are learning to…
    • Analyze relationships in ecological systems
  • We will be successful when we can…
    • Use a food web to identify producers, consumers, & decomposers

science

genius!

flash back producers and consumers
Flash back | Producers and Consumers

All organisms can be divided into 2 groups based on how they get their energy:

  • Producers
    • Produce or make their own food via photosynthesis
  • Consumers
    • Consumefood or get energy by eating other organisms
food chains
Food Chains

A food chain shows the flow of energy from one organism to another

Secondary Consumer

Producer

Primary Consumer

food chains1
Food Chains

Decomposersbreak down dead organismsto obtain energy

How might the real world be more complicated?

Decomposer

food webs
Food Webs

A food web shows how all organismsin an ecosystemare connected.

food webs1
Food Webs
  • Arrows show the direction that energy is moving
  • For example, the snake eats the mouse and the frog
guided practice
Guided Practice

LEVEL ONE

1. Which animals eat the plants?

2. Which animals are carnivores?

Mouse, Cricket, Rabbit

Snake, owl, frog

guided practice1
Guided Practice

LEVEL TWO

3. What is the producer in this web?

4. What are the primary consumers in this web?

Plant

Rabbit, mouse, cricket

guided practice2
Guided Practice

LEVEL TWO

5. What are the secondary consumers in this web?

6. What is the tertiary consumer in this web?

Frog, snake, owl

Owl, snake

guided practice3
Guided Practice

LEVEL THREE

7. Imagine a virus wipes out most of the frog population. How would this impact the…

  • Owl population?
  • Rabbit population?

Decrease (less food)

Increase (fewer owls = fewer predators)

round 1
Round 1

Identify the producers

round 11
Round 1

Identify the primary consumers

round 12
Round 1

Identify the secondary consumers

round 13
Round 1

Identify the tertiary consumers

round 14
Round 1

Identify the quaternary consumers

round 2
Round 2

Identify the relationship between the

sparrow and the grasshopper

round 21
Round 2

Determine what would happen to the garter snake population if the red-tailed hawk population decreased

round 22
Round 2

Determine what would happen to the hognose snake population if the toad population increased

round 23
Round 2

Determine what would happen to the sunflower

population if the rabbit population decreased

round 24
Round 2

Determine what would happen to the rabbit population

If the oats population were to go extinct

round 3
Round 3

Determine what would happen to the sunflower

population if the sparrow population decreased. Explain!

round 31
Round 3

Determine what would happen to the spider population if the hognose snake population increased. Explain!

round 4
Round 4

What do the arrows represent in the food web above?

round 41
Round 4

Where does the energy go after it reaches the hawk?

food web puzzle
Food web Puzzle
  • Use the clues in the puzzle to create a food web for this ecosystem
  • Once complete, use the food web you created to answer the questions below
exit ticket
Exit Ticket

4

minutes!

4

minutes!

  • You may use your assignments!
  • You must work quietly & independently.
  • Talking will NOT be tolerated.

BIG goal = 80%

0

turn it in
Turn it in 

homework

due YESTERDAY!