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In this activity, students will: (1) create a personal meal plan that will include the RDA of all essential nutrients; (2) investigate the nutrients and diet that the human body requires for good health and explain the...
In this case, students will addresses such questions as: How does caffeine get into rivers? What are the effects of caffeine on the food species? Should we do anything about caffeine in our river? After completing...
The purpose of this activity is to help students understand: (1) the nature of the electromagnetic spectrum, and more specifically, visible light; (2) to understand the role of light in the growth and maintenance of a...
In this case, students will evaluate the importance of the ecological communities in their area, specifically a freshwater river ecosystem. Students will also be exposed to possible problems or controversies arising...
In this case-based biology lesson plan, students investigate the components of ecosystems by exploring why two next-door neighbors experience radically different results in their attempts to grow tomatoes, despite...
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