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September Journal. 2 General observations Special Assignment: “Sit and Listen” Choose a day when you will not mind sitting quietly for a while (15 to 30 minutes). Take something to sit on with you. Sit in one place for the entire observation.

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september journal
September Journal
  • 2 General observations
  • Special Assignment: “Sit and Listen”
    • Choose a day when you will not mind sitting quietly for a while (15 to 30 minutes).
    • Take something to sit on with you. Sit in one place for the entire observation.
    • Sit very still and without making any sound: Write down what you hear. Be specific, if you hear a bird, can you see it from where you are?
    • Describe your experience.
october journal
October Journal
  • 2 observations
  • General Observation: Be sure to note changes that have occurred related to plant life, trees, and animals you can see and hear
  • Water Sample:
    • Completed in class.
    • Sample must be brought in before lab day.
november journal
November Journal
  • 2 observations
  • General Observation: Be sure to note changes that have occurred related to plant life, trees, and animals you can see and hear
  • “Sit an Watch”:
    • Allow 15 minutes to sit and watch your area.
    • Stay in the same place the entire time; try not to move too much and watch.
    • What did you see?
    • Describe your experience.
december
December
  • 2 General Observations
  • Soil sample:
    • Collect a soil sample from your ecosystem.
    • Sign out and use the soil sample tool to collect a sample of soil.
january
January
  • 2 observations
  • Rub A Dub Tree:
    • Take 3 different Bark Rubbings.
      • Paste these into your journal
    • Identify the kinds of trees that are in your area of study. Common and Scientific Name.
    • Identify the characteristics you used to ID your tree. Be as specific as you can be.
    • Cite your sources
february
February
  • 2 observations
  • Be a Tracker:
    • Include a picture or sketch (with scale) of 3 types of animal evidence.
    • Identify the type of animal by common and scientific name.
    • Record the clues that led you to ID the organism.
    • Cite Sources for each
    • Include a reflection as to what the organism was doing/where they were going/how many of the organisms where there…
march
March
  • 2 observations
  • Ecosystem Disaster:Design a chart that organizes the following information.

Consider this:

    • Location of your ecosystem
    • Surrounding area (research what these words mean before you begin)
      • Topography
      • Vegetation
      • Civilization (buildings, roads, farm land, etcetera)
    • Realistic potential disasters that would affect your ecosystem
    • Preventive measure possible
april
April
  • 2 observations
  • “Sit an Watch”:
    • Allow 15 minutes to sit and watch your area.
    • Stay in the same place the entire time; try not to move too much and watch.
    • What did you see?
    • Describe your experience.
    • Compare it to your first Sit and Watch (November)
    • I expect A LOT of DETAIL!!
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May
  • 2 observations
  • Water Sample #2
    • Completed in class.
    • Sample must be brought in before lab day.
june journal
June Journal
  • Ecosystem Conclusion