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  1. Seats: period1

  2. Seats: period 5

  3. Catalyst 4 minutes! • Where does energy for all life on Earth come from? • Which process releases oxygeninto the atmosphere? • combustion • osmosis • photosynthesis • respiration • Name one organism that exhales carbon dioxide (CO2) • Name one organism that inhales carbon dioxide (CO2)

  4. 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!

  5. 100.B love it or hate it! hot seat ! head phones ! hot seat ! music ! hot seat ! head phones ! head phones ! head phones !

  6. unit 7: ecology

  7. test on wednesday

  8. Objectives • Agenda • Catalyst 5 • Carbon Cycle Intro 10 • Simulation 25 • Reflection 10 • We are learning to… • Analyze relationships in ecological systems • We will be successful when we can… • Explain how water, carbon, oxygen, and nitrogencycle in an ecosystem. science genius!

  9. The Carbon Cycle • Reservoirs • Places where carbon is found or stored as it travels through the cycle • Processes • The manner by which carbon is transferred from one reservoir to another through the cycle.

  10. The Carbon Cycle http://epa.gov/climatestudents/basics/today/carbon-dioxide.html

  11. The Carbon Cycle • Atmosphere • Plants • Animals • Ocean • Soil • Underground • Fossil Fuels

  12. The Carbon Cycle • Photosynthesis • Cellular Respiration • Decomposition • Absorption • Combustion

  13. The Carbon Cycle http://www.windows2universe.org/earth/climate/carbon_cycle.html

  14. Turn it in  homework due YESTERDAY!