The following PowerPoint presentation is part of an anticipatory set used to excite and introduce students to the many wonders of the Bering Sea. The PowerPoint is to be presented at the beginning of a unit about the Bering Sea.
At the start of a unit on the Bering Sea this PowerPoint video presentation will engage learners on just a few of the topics they might learn about this fascinating ecosystem. At the completion of this PowerPoint students should have a beginner foundation for their learning about the Bering Sea.
A computer and video projector are required to present the PowerPoint.
Time to present the lesson is all the educator needs, it should take less than one period.
Please use this as a start to teaching about the Bering Sea.
There is no assessment with this introductory lesson.
Jillian Worssam, jworssam [at] fusd1.org Emily Davenport, davene [at] uga.edu
StandardsK-4 5-8 9-12 Content Standard A: Science as Inquiry: Content Standard C: Life Science: Content Standard G: History and Nature of Science: a. Abilities b. Understandings c. Organisms and environments a. Science as a human endeavor Content Standard C: Life Science: Content Standard G: History and Nature of Science: a. Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry b. Understandings about scientific inquiry d. Populations and ecosystems e. Diversity and adaptations of organisms a. Science as a human endeavor Content Standard A: Science As Inquiry: Content Standard C: Life Science: Content Standard F: Science In Personal and Social Perspectives: Content Standard G: History and Nature of Science: a. Abilities necessary to do scientific inquiry b. Understandings about scientific inquiry e. Matter, energy, and organization in living systems c. Natural resources d. Environmental quality a. Science as a human endeavor
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