LEARNING INTENTION: To learn about different predator/prey relationships and how changing one thing can cause a change within the ecosystem.
- In-line skating ($7.50)
- Soap Stone permission forms and waivers ($45)
1.) MATH 6:
- Quiz on multiples and factors tomorrow.
- Complete String Art Activity and make sure you answer the 4 questions on pg 77 of your math textbook.
MATH 7: Any assigned questions.
2.) POST A RESPONSE:
- Using your organism as an example, list at least one predator/prey relationship.
- Assume that all of the grizzly bears you see in the video live in the Khutzeymateen Valley. If we were to add another 50 grizzly bears to this area, what do you think would happen to the number of prey (food) available?
- Relate this to your animal and explain what would happen if you were to increase the population substantially.
- What would happen to the number of prey?
- What do you think would happen to the population of your organism?
- Think about these questions carefully and explain using as much detail as possible based on what you learned today. What would happen in the short-term and the long term.
- I can't wait to read what you all have to say!
Greg Heffley's Passion for Flying
Great White Shark Jump (Predator/Prey Relationship)
Grizzly Bear Attacks Prey