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Ecology

ECOLOGY 2014-15 POWER

STANDARDS

First Semester

Power Standard 1:  Ecological Studies

Students will design ecological studies that use a variety of tools to gather laboratory and field data and use the data to construct reasonable conclusions.

Power Standard 2:  Water

Students will carryout ecological studies involving water properties, the effects of various types of water pollutants on biotic and abiotic factors, and current topics involving water conservation.

Power Standard 3:  Soil

Students will carry out ecological studies involving soil properties, profiles, and erosional processes, in addition to the effects of various pollutants and current technology on both biotic and abiotic factors.

 

Second Semester

Power Standard 4:  Biodiversity

Students will develop an understanding of biodiversity and what it means locally, nationally, and globally through research and investigative processes involving animal and plant relationships, habitats, and biochemical cycles.

Power Standard 5:  Atmosphere

Students will use various protocols to investigate the properties of air, the sources and effects of air pollutants, and current technology on biotic and abiotic factors. 

Power Standard 6:  Renewable and Non-renewable Resources

Students will research and design ecological investigations regarding interrelationships among science, technology, and human activity related to renewable and non-renewable resources.

TUTORING TIMES

Monday - Thursday Intervention - 2:10 to 3:00 pm

Fridays 5-8 Intervention -                              9:53 to 10:46 am


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Phil Sousa,
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Phil Sousa,
Dec 9, 2014, 9:14 AM