HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 9/7/2010

HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 9/7/2010

HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 9/2/14 What are you most looking forward to in high school? Objective: SWBAT familiarize themselves with the High School Science course.

PA Standard: 4.3.10 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 9/3/14 What is environmental science all about? Objective: SWBAT explain the focus of

environmental science. PA Standard: 4.3.10 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 9/4/14 What is the tragedy of the commons?

Objective: SWBAT identify the problems with limited natural resources. PA Standard: 4.3.10 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 9/5/14 What is the central theme

of the scientific method? Objective: SWBAT describe the process of science. PA Standard: S11.A HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 9/9/14

How do we really know anything in science? Objective: SWBAT describe the process of science. PA Standard: S11.A HSS Bell Ringer

Day 1 - 9/10/14 What is a scientific model? Objective: SWBAT describe the process of science. PA Standard: S11.A HSS Bell Ringer

Day 2 - 9/11/14 What is a controlled experiment? Objective: SWBAT describe the process of science. PA Standard: S11.A

HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 9/12/14 Why is skepticism important in science? Objective: SWBAT describe the process of science. PA Standard: S11.A

HSS Bell Ringer Which centrism are you: Day 4 - 9/15/14 Anthropocentrism, Biocentrism, or Ecocentrism?

Objective: SWBAT discuss the ethics of human interaction with the environment. PA Standard: 4.5.10 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 9/17/14 What is the importance of replication in science?

Objective: SWBAT describe the process of science & the focus of environmental science. PA Standard: S11.A; 4.3.10; 4.5.10 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 9/18/14

Why is change in science a strength not a weakness? Objective: SWBAT describe the process of science & the focus of environmental science. PA Standard: S11.A; 4.3.10; 4.5.10 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 2 - 9/19/14 CH 1 Test Objective: SWBAT describe the process of science & the focus of environmental science. PA Standard: S11.A; 4.3.10; 4.5.10 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 3 - 9/22/14 List one thing you could change to decrease your ecological footprint. List another that would increase it. Objective: SWBAT describe the process of science & the focus of environmental science.

PA Standard: S11.A; 4.3.10; 4.5.10 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 9/23/14 What is the Gulf of Mexico and where is it? Objective: SWBAT explain the flow of nutrients

affects the environment. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 9/25/14 List two things that are matter and two things that are not.

Objective: SWBAT define matter and distinguish among different types of matter. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 9/26/14

BIO CDT Testing Objective: SWBAT perform proficiently on the BIO CDT Test. PA Standard: BIO.A & B HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 9/29/14

BIO CDT Testing Objective: SWBAT perform proficiently on the BIO CDT Test. PA Standard: BIO.A & B HSS Bell Ringer

Day 3 - 9/30/14 What is the definition of matter? Objective: SWBAT define matter and distinguish among different types of matter. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 10/1/14 What elements do you think you are made up of? Objective: SWBAT define macromolecule and identify different types of macromolecules. PA Standard: BIO.A.2.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 10/3/14 What is the most important substance to life as we know it? Objective: SWBAT describe the properties and importance of this substance.

PA Standard: BIO.A.2.1 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 10/6/14 What is one unique property of water that allows it to support life on earth?

Objective: SWBAT design a controlled experiment. PA Standard: S11.A HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 10/7/14 A person stranded on an island can die of thirst

even though they are surrounded by water. How can that be? Objective: SWBAT describe and diagram earths spheres. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 3 - 10/8/14 You get a drink from the water fountain. Speculate on where that water has been. Objective: SWBAT describe the water cycle. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 10/9/14 Why is the water cycle important? Objective: SWBAT diagram the water cycle. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 6 - 10/13/14 If a tree falls in the forest and rots away, does the matter that makes it up just disappear? Objective: SWBAT describe how nutrients cycle through the environment. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 10/14/14 List 3 places that you think carbon can exist in the environment. Objective: SWBAT describe how carbon cycles

through the environment. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 10/15/14 What process takes carbon out of the atmosphere and puts it in plants?

Objective: SWBAT describe how carbon cycles through the environment. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 10/16/14

List 3 ways that you are involved in the carbon cycle. Objective: SWBAT describe how carbon cycles through the environment. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 10/20/14 Phosphorus is a necessary nutrient that is in fertilizer. Do you think spreading a lot of fertilizer is good or bad? Explain. Objective: SWBAT describe how phosphorus cycles through the environment. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3

HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 10/22/14 List 3 places phosphorus exists in the environment. Objective: SWBAT identify sources and sinks of

carbon in the carbon cycle. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 10/23/14 Where do you think the largest reservoir of nitrogen is in the environment?

Objective: SWBAT describe the nitrogen cycle. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 10/24/14 What is one way nitrogen can move from the

atmosphere to the soil? Objective: SWBAT illustrate the nitrogen cycle. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 10/27/14

How many elements do you think our bodies need to live? Objective: SWBAT identify elements needed for the body and explain their role. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 10/28/14 Define matter. Objective: SWBAT identify the big ideas of environmental systems and their importance to life. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3

HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 10/30/14 What are the products of cellular respiration? Objective: SWBAT identify the big ideas of environmental systems and their importance to life.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 10/31/14 CH 3 Test Objective: SWBAT identify the big ideas of

environmental systems and their importance to life. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2.3 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 11/3/14 For the element you chose for the project,

what foods can you eat to obtain the element? Objective: SWBAT identify elements needed for the body and their role in body function. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 11/4/14

If a scientist wanted to study a single plant, should she put it in a science lab to study it? Objective: SWBAT order the levels of ecological organization from smallest to largest. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 11/5/14 Do you need nonliving things to survive or only living things? Explain. Objective: SWBAT classify biotic/abiotic factors and describe a habitat. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1

HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 11/7/14 Do you believe the earth is overcrowded with humans? Explain. Objective: SWBAT calculate population density.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 11/10/14 Estimate the number of M&Ms in the jar. Whoever is closest to the actual number wins!

Objective: SWBAT estimate population size and describe population distribution. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 11/12/14 What do you think the ratio of

boys to girls is in our school? Objective: SWBAT gather data to determine sex ratios. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 11/13/14

What type of estimating technique have we been using for the sex ratio lab? Objective: SWBAT analyze data to determine sex ratios. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 11/14/14 Do think there are more young people or old people in the US population? Objective: SWBAT interpret age structure diagrams to describe a population and predict growth.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 11/18/14 List two factors that can affect the size of a population?

Objective: SWBAT predict the growth of a population using birth rate and age structures. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 11/19/14 What is the difference between

immigration and emigration? Objective: SWBAT describe changes in a population due to immigration and emigration. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 11/20/14

What is a limiting factor? Give an example. Objective: SWBAT describe how limiting factors affect population. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 3 - 11/21/14 What is biotic potential? Objective: SWBAT explain how populations are measured and how they can change. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 11/24/14 CH 4 Test Objective: SWBAT explain how populations are measured and how they can change. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 12/3/14 If you capture 15 wild turkeys & those represent 10% of the population, what is the size of the entire population?

Objective: SWBAT estimate population size using the mark and recapture method. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 12/4/14 What does the term evolution mean?

Objective: SWBAT define evolution and identify the mechanisms of evolution. PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 12/5/14

What are the four mechanisms of biological evolution? Objective: SWBAT compare and contrast the mechanisms of evolution. PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 3 - 12/8/14 What makes you different than your parents? Objective: SWBAT identify traits that make them unique. PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 12/9/14 What is a gene pool? Objective: SWBAT explain how a gene pool can change and cause evolution. PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1

HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 12/11/14 What does the phrase survival of the fittest mean? Objective: SWBAT explain how natural selection allows organisms to adapt.

PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 12/12/14 What traits are passed on in the process of natural selection?

Objective: SWBAT explain how natural selection allows organisms to adapt. PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 12/15/14 What is the difference between artificial selection

and natural selection? Objective: SWBAT explain how speciation occurs. PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 12/16/14

BIO CDT Testing Objective: SWBAT perform proficiently on the BIO CDT Test. PA Standard: BIO.A & B HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 12/17/14 BIO CDT Testing Objective: SWBAT perform proficiently on the BIO CDT Test. PA Standard: BIO.A & B HSS Bell Ringer

Day 6 - 12/19/14 How does speciation occur? Objective: SWBAT explain how evolution occurs. PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 1 - 12/22/14 Give an example of an adaptation of an organism. Objective: SWBAT explain how evolution occurs. PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1

HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 12/23/14 REINDEER GAMES Objective: SWBAT wear ugly Christmas sweaters. PA Standard: SANTA.12.25

HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 1/5/15 How does natural selection cause change in a species? Objective: SWBAT explain how evolution occurs.

PA Standard: BIO.B.3.1 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 1/6/15 What is the central theme of science? Objective: SWBAT give an example of the

scientific method. PA Standard: BIO.B.3.3 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 1/8/15 Sketch a sample age structure diagram for a hypothetical population.

Objective: SWBAT create and interpret age structure diagrams. PA Standard: BIO.B.4 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 1/9/15

How do you calculate the density of a population? Objective: SWBAT calculate population density, growth, and size. PA Standard: BIO.B.4 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 1/12/15

Give an example of a limiting factor, and identify if it is density dependent or independent. Objective: SWBAT explain changes in a population based on limiting factors. PA Standard: BIO.B.4 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 3 - 1/13/15 Define biotic potential. Objective: SWBAT define key terms of evolution and ecology. PA Standard: BIO.B.3 & 4

HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 1/14/15 Give an example of a renewable resource. Objective: SWBAT recall and apply key concepts of evolution and ecology. PA Standard: BIO.B.3 & 4

HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 1/16/15 Midterm Exam Objective: SWBAT recall and apply key concepts of evolution and ecology.

PA Standard: BIO.B.3 & 4 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 1/19/15 NO CLASS HSS Bell Ringer

Day 2 - 1/20/15 Read the Quick Lab on p.22 in the textbook. What is the lab asking you to do? Objective: SWBAT write a scientific procedure. PA Standard: S11.A

HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 1/21/15 Early Dismissal Objective: SWBAT define and describe a niche. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 1/22/15 How many species do you think you interact with each day? Objective: SWBAT define and describe a niche. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 1/29/15 Computer Lab Objective: SWBAT explain the factors that affect a niche and competition.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 1/30/15 Describe your niche in the school ecosystem. Objective: SWBAT explain the factors that affect

a niche and competition. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 2/3/15 Give one example of a specialist organism and one example of a generalist organism.

Objective: SWBAT explain the factors that affect a niche and competition. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 2/4/15

What happens when two organisms share the same niche? Objective: SWBAT explain the factors that affect a niche and competition. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 2/5/15 Give an example of resource partitioning. Objective: SWBAT explain the factors that affect a niche and competition. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 6 - 2/9/15 What happens when 3 hungry people share a single pizza? Objective: SWBAT distinguish between predation, parasitism, and herbivory. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 2/10/15 Describe a predator/prey population cycle. Objective: SWBAT distinguish between predation, parasitism, and herbivory.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 2/11/15 What is an evolutionary arms race? Objective: SWBAT distinguish between

predation, parasitism, and herbivory. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 2/12/15 What do you call a relationship where both organisms benefit from their interaction?

Objective: SWBAT explain the various interactions among organisms. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 2/13/15

What do you call a relationship where one organism benefits and the other is unaffected? Objective: SWBAT explain the various interactions among organisms. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 6 - 2/18/15 What is the primary difference between you and a plant in terms of how you get energy? Objective: SWBAT distinguish between producer and consumer. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 2/19/15 SUB Objective: SWBAT distinguish between producer and consumer. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 2/23/15 How can the sun be the reason that a top is able to spin? Objective: SWBAT distinguish between producer and consumer.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 2/24/15 What are the two main categories of organisms in terms of how they get food?

Objective: SWBAT distinguish between consumer and producer. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 2/25/15 What two groups of organisms are responsible for

recycling nutrients when an organism dies? Objective: SWBAT explain how energy is lost across trophic levels. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 2/27/15

What is a trophic level? Objective: SWBAT explain how energy is lost across trophic levels. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 1 - 3/2/15 How much energy is passed on to the next trophic level? Objective: SWBAT describe what a food web is. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 2 - 3/3/15 Early Dismissal Objective: SWBAT explain the importance of a keystone species to an ecosystem. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 3/5/15 How much energy is lost at each trophic level in an energy pyramid? Objective: SWBAT create an energy pyramid. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 3/6/15 What is a keystone species? Objective: SWBAT explain the importance of a keystone species to an ecosystem.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 3/10/15 How is a food web a better picture of feeding relationships than a food chain?

Objective: SWBAT create a food web. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 3/11/15 What happens to a food web if the keystone species is removed?

Objective: SWBAT create a food web. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 3/12/15 SUB

Objective: SWBAT create a food web. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 3/13/15 Identify a keystone species in your food web.

Objective: SWBAT create a food web. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 3/16/15 How many trophic levels does your food web contain?

Objective: SWBAT explain a food web. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 3/18/15 If the 3rd trophic level in a energy

pyramid receives 850 units of energy, how much did the 1st level receive? Objective: SWBAT explain relationships among organisms in a community. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 1 - 3/19/15 SUB Objective: SWBAT explain relationships among organisms in a community. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 2 - 3/20/15 Forest fires can happen naturally. Do you think all forest fires are bad? Explain. Objective: SWBAT define primary succession. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 3 - 3/23/15 BIO CDT Testing Objective: SWBAT perform proficiently on the BIO CDT Test. PA Standard: BIO.A & B

HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 3/24/15 BIO CDT Testing Objective: SWBAT perform proficiently on the BIO CDT Test. PA Standard: BIO.A & B

HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 3/26/15 What is primary succession? Objective: SWBAT define primary succession. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 3/27/15 What is an invasive species? Objective: SWBAT define invasive species. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 3/30/15 Define biome and give an example of one. Objective: SWBAT describe a particular biome in detail.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 3/31/15 Which two major characteristics define a biome? Objective: SWBAT interpret a climatograph.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 4/1/15 What information does a climatograph give? Objective: SWBAT create a graph using data

from climatographs. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 4/6/15 What affect does elevation have on the type of biome in an area?

Objective: SWBAT create a climatograph. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 4/7/15 SUB

Objective: SWBAT SWBAT interpret a climatograph. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 4/8/15 What type of conditions exist for the climatograph that you created: moist or dry?

Objective: SWBAT interpret a climatograph. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 4/9/15 Which biome has the greatest productivity? Why?

Objective: SWBAT illustrate a biome. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 4/10/15 How will a climatograph for a temperature forest

in Argentina differ from a climatograph for a temperature forest in Pennsylvania? Objective: SWBAT illustrate a biome. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 4/14/15

What is the general climate of the biome you chose for your project? Objective: SWBAT explain the characteristics of a biome. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 6 - 4/14/15 What is the general climate of the biome you chose for your project? Objective: SWBAT explain the characteristics of a biome. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 4/15/15 What type of biome would you expect to find at the top of a tall mountian? Objective: SWBAT explain the characteristics of a

biome. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 4/16/15 Where are the most productive biomes located?

Objective: SWBAT explain the characteristics of a biome. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 4/17/15 What factors might affect an aquatic ecosystem?

Objective: SWBAT describe factors that affect aquatic ecosystems. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 4/20/15

What is one factor that affects an aquatic ecosystem? Objective: SWBAT describe factors that affect aquatic ecosystems. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 4/22/15

What does salinity measure? Objective: SWBAT calculate salinity. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 4/23/15

What are the 3 zones of aquatic ecosystems in terms of depth? Objective: SWBAT describe biotic and abiotic characteristics of aquatic ecosystems. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 2 - 4/24/15 What are the 3 categories of aquatic ecosystems? Objective: SWBAT describe biotic and abiotic characteristics of aquatic ecosystems. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 4/27/15 List 3 aquatic ecosystems. Objective: SWBAT describe biotic and abiotic characteristics of aquatic ecosystems.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 4/28/15 Choose one aquatic ecosystem and describe 3 of its characteristics.

Objective: SWBAT describe biotic and abiotic characteristics of aquatic ecosystems. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 4/30/15 What do the lines on a

topographical map indicate? Objective: SWBAT read a topographical map. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 5/1/15

Draw lines indicating a steep hillside on a topographical map. Objective: SWBAT read a topographical map. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 5/4/15

Draw lines indicating a valley going up a hillside on a topographical map. Objective: SWBAT create a topographical map and locate areas for aquatic ecosystems on the map. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 3 - 5/5/15 Draw lines indicating a depression on a topographical map. Objective: SWBAT create a topographical map and locate areas for aquatic ecosystems on the map. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 5/6/15 What is the difference between a salt marsh and a mangrove forest? Objective: SWBAT create a topographical map and

locate areas for aquatic ecosystems on the map. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 6 - 5/8/15 Where are coral reefs and kelp forests located?

Objective: SWBAT use abiotic factors to locate where a kelp forest may grow. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 5/11/15 Which aquatic ecosystem is the most productive?

Objective: SWBAT use abiotic factors to analyze aquatic ecosystems. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 5/12/15

What percent of the Earth is covered by water? Objective: SWBAT use abiotic factors to analyze aquatic ecosystems. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 5/13/15

What is the salinity of brackish water? Objective: SWBAT use abiotic factors to analyze aquatic ecosystems. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 4 - 5/14/15 What is a flood plain? Objective: SWBAT use abiotic factors to analyze aquatic ecosystems. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.1.2 HSS Bell Ringer

Day 6 - 5/18/15 What is ecology all about? Objective: SWBAT describe interactions and relationships in an ecosystem. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 1 - 5/19/15 SUB Objective: SWBAT describe interactions and relationships in an ecosystem. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 2 - 5/20/15 SUB Objective: SWBAT describe interactions and relationships in an ecosystem. PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2

HSS Bell Ringer Day 3 - 5/21/15 Describe one major concept that you learned this year about environmental science? Objective: SWBAT describe interactions and relationships in an ecosystem.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 HSS Bell Ringer Day 4 - 5/22/15 SUB Objective: SWBAT describe interactions and relationships in an ecosystem.

PA Standard: BIO.B.4.2 NO MORE BELL RINGERS FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR!!!!

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