Article about Erin Towns joining research team to study glacier dynamics in Greenland. Lewiston-Auburn Posted April 28 Updated April 29 increase font size Resize Font Edward Little High School teacher to spend 3 weeks studying Arctic Circle Erin Towns joins research team to study glacier dynamics in Greenland. facebook tweet reddit email print By Daryn SloverSun Journal 1 of 6 Social studies teacher Erin Towns and her Edward Little High School students talk April 15 about her research trip to Greenland prior to her leaving for the Arctic Circle on April 23. Daryn Slover/Sun Journal
Game incorporating polar bear eating habits.
Students learn about polar bears.
Have access to either a basketball court or an outdoor area that students can run in.
Students read about polar regions and create models of shelter adaptations for the cold frigid climate.
Students will be able to understand one of the adaptations of living in cold environments.
Describe what blubber is and how it works.
Students learn about what type of polar animals live in the Arctic.
Students understand the relationships between various trophic levels within the Arctic tundra.
Prepare a picture sign for each of the organisms in the food web.