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  • 1. AndreaRemírez &Mikel RojanoInsect,arachnid,reptile,amphibian… What areyou?
  • 2. Statement of problem  The janitor of the school came to the class and bring a letter to the teacher.  She read in loud the following: “Dear Students: We are having problems with the huge amount of bugs that have appear in the playground these past weeks. We want to exterminate the area but we need a different product for each specie so we require your help. In your case you have to determinate
  • 3. Brain Storming Session What could you find in the playground? List at least six insects
  • 4. Essential question How many legs do insects have? What do they eat? How are they born? How many body parts do they have? Where do they usually live?
  • 5. Answering They have 6 legs. Theydon’t have any special diet, they could eat from leaves to wood. Insects are born from eggs that their mothers lay. They have 3 body parts. Theydon’t have any special habitat, you could find them almost everywhere.
  • 6. Put the knowledge in practice Once they have been working with the main characteristics of the insects they are going to identify them in the pictures. Theyhave to know which of the 8 different kinds of bugs that we have in the playground are insects. Theyare working in groups of 3 people so once all of them have the answer to the question they should contrast the varied information.
  • 7. Put the knowledge inpracticeThe answer to the letter of the janitor could be:“Dear janitor, we have become experts ininsect and taking in to account their specialfeatures we can guarantee that the followingsare insects:AntCockroachBeeGrasshopperLepisma
  • 8. Image credits SCHOOLYARD http://www.sbs.utexas.edu/fireant/ ANThttp://www.factzoo.com/insects/cockroach.htmlCOCKROACenglishirond.wikispaces.com/file/detail/schoolyard.jpg/337Hhttp://www.pesticide.org/solutions/phase-2-solutions-for-consumSPIDERhttp:// http:// http:// www.casadeinsecticidas.com.ar/detalle_plaga.php?id BICHO BOLA
  • 9. Image credits http://www.dangerouscreation.com/2012/08/make- / BEE http:// phoenix.about.com/od/arizonapicturesandphotos/i SCORPION http:// www.animalesprehistoricos.com/2011/12/lepismas-u LEPISMA http:// richardxthripp.deviantart.com/art/Yellow-Grasshopp

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