Macro/Micro Muck Life Lab. Now that you’ve oohed, aahed, and pier-fished all period y-day, here’s what you do FOR 2 GRADES:
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Macro/Micro Muck Life Lab • Now that you’ve oohed, aahed, and pier-fished all period y-day, here’s what you do FOR 2 GRADES: • DRAW WHAT YOU HAVE SEEN. Use clean paper AND PENCIL!!!! You must have at least 8 drawings of 8 different creatures. REMEMBER MAGNIFICATIONS, your NAME, TITLE and LOCATION! • IDENTIFY WHAT YOU HAVE SEEN. Use the books and/or website provided. (http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/) Write underneath your drawing. • DESCRIBE WHAT YOU HAVE SEEN. How does it move? What does it appear to eat? HOW does it appear to eat? • SUMMARIZE! • WHAT DOES THE PRESENCE OF YOUR PARTICULAR CREATURES INDICATE ABOUT THE HEALTH OF YOUR LOCATION? EXPLAIN • IF NO LIFE EXISTED IN THIS WATER BODY, WOULD THAT BE BETTER OR WORSE? EXPLAIN. • Before it was transformed into a K-12 campus, this area was a wet prairie/pine plantation. In developing this area, why do you think these streams, ponds, and ditches were put into place?