3/12/12           A/B DayLEQ: How are aquatic and terrestrialfood webs connected?1. What is a wetland?2. What is a tributa...
Track your progress!-1 = 96      -9 = 64     -17 = 32-2 = 92      -10 = 60    -18 = 28-3 = 88      -11 = 56    -19 = 24-4 ...
Today’s LEQ: How are aquatic and  terrestrial food webs connected?By the end of today, you should be able to…1. Identify a...
Focus Vocabulary:128. Producer129. Consumer130. Decomposer131. Photosynthesis132. Aquatic/Terrestrial133. Trophic Level134...
Draw a T-Chart in your notes:
Sort these into your T-Chart!Seaweed     Eagle     Shark  Bear                  TreeAlgae     HOW DID YOU           Mouse ...
Ways we could sort them…  Plants or Animals?  Water or Land?  Predators or Prey?
Draw this inFOOD CHAIN   your notes:
FOOD CHAIN         PRODUCERS: Make their own         food by PHOTOSYNTHESIS               (using sunlight to              ...
BrainPop: Photosynthesis
Chemical Reaction: PhotosynthesisWhat are the reactants?What are the products?CO₂ + H₂O  C₆H₁₂O₆ + O₂          Water     ...
FOOD CHAIN        PRIMARY CONSUMERS:         eat plants         PRODUCERS: Make their own         food by PHOTOSYNTHESIS  ...
FOOD CHAIN       SECONDARY CONSUMER:        eats primary consumers           for energy          PRIMARY CONSUMERS:       ...
Identify: producer, primaryconsumer, secondary consumer, and tertiary                consumer
Draw this in your notes:Producers     Consumers
Which of our consumers areyour T-Chart!      Sort these into primary consumers?Which are secondary or tertiary consumers? ...
FOOD CHAINDECOMPOSERS: Break  SECONDARY CONSUMER:down dead things to  eats primary consumersget energy              for en...
Brainpop: Food Chains
1st Trophic   Level
What is in the first trophic level?
Which of these are        in the first trophic level?Seaweed        Eagle      Shark   Bear                     Tree      ...
2nd Trophic      Level1st Trophic   Level
What is in the second trophic level?
Which of these are     in the second trophic level?Seaweed Eagle Shark   Bear Mouse        TreeAlgae           Fish    Kri...
3rd   Trophic               Level   2nd Trophic      Level1st Trophic   Level
What is in the third trophic level?
Which of these are in the third (or fourth) trophic level?Seaweed Eagle Shark   Bear Mouse        TreeAlgae           Fish...
How does energy go through the food chain?       Not all trophic levels in the food chain are createdequal! Every organism...
LEAST               ENERGY!WHERE IS THEMOST ENERGY?                MOST               ENERGY!
CONTEXT CLUES:“Fish, shrimp, whales, krill, coral reefs, and  kelp are all a part of the aquatic world”“The terrestrial en...
Aquaman!
Aquatic   Terrestrial
WORD WEB: What words doyou associate with “aquatic”?     Aquatic
WORD WEB: What words doyou associate with “terrestrial”?     Terrestrial
Draw this in your notes:Aquatic       Terrestrial
Sort these into your T-Chart!Seaweed     Eagle     Shark   Bear                 Tree           MouseAlgae               Fi...
Video on a bear eating a fish• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzZ4sy  stdZc&feature=fvwrel @ 1:45
Bears and Salmon:How are these animals      related?How are they different?
Draw this in your notes:Food Web: used to show the connectionsbetween different food chains
What are some ways in which aquatic and terrestrial food webs are connected?
What are some ways in which aquatic and terrestrial food webs are connected?
EOG Question:Which of these is a primaryconsumer?   a) grass   b) wolf   c) hawk   d) mouse
EOG Question:In an aquatic food web, which ofthe following would get its energydirectly from the sun?    a) krill    b) fi...
EOG Question:Look at the following food chain:    grass cricket frog snakeWhich of these is the secondaryconsumer?   a)...
Draw your own food web: CIRCLE all the   connections between aquatic and        terrestrial food chains!  Seaweed      Eag...
Summarizer1. How do producers get their energy?2. What is example of a connection between an   aquatic and a terrestrial f...
Discovery Education:Food Chains and Food Webs
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  1. 1. 3/12/12 A/B DayLEQ: How are aquatic and terrestrialfood webs connected?1. What is a wetland?2. What is a tributary?3. What is a watershed?4. How are estuaries and wetlands similar?How are they different?5. Copy and complete: Most of our freshwateris located [underground/in lakes andrivers/frozen in glaciers and polar ice caps]
  2. 2. Track your progress!-1 = 96 -9 = 64 -17 = 32-2 = 92 -10 = 60 -18 = 28-3 = 88 -11 = 56 -19 = 24-4 = 84 -12 = 52 -20 = 20-5 = 80 -13 = 48 -21 = 16-6 = 76 -14 = 44 -22 = 12-7 = 72 -15 = 40 -23 = 8-8 = 68 -16 = 36 -24 = 4
  3. 3. Today’s LEQ: How are aquatic and terrestrial food webs connected?By the end of today, you should be able to…1. Identify aquatic and terrestrial animals2. Describe how energy flows through different trophic levels3. Explain the concept of interconnected food webs
  4. 4. Focus Vocabulary:128. Producer129. Consumer130. Decomposer131. Photosynthesis132. Aquatic/Terrestrial133. Trophic Level134. Food Web
  5. 5. Draw a T-Chart in your notes:
  6. 6. Sort these into your T-Chart!Seaweed Eagle Shark Bear TreeAlgae HOW DID YOU Mouse Fish Krill Snake Ant SORT THEM?! Turtle Rabbit Frog Dolphin Human Shrimp
  7. 7. Ways we could sort them… Plants or Animals? Water or Land? Predators or Prey?
  8. 8. Draw this inFOOD CHAIN your notes:
  9. 9. FOOD CHAIN PRODUCERS: Make their own food by PHOTOSYNTHESIS (using sunlight to create energy)
  10. 10. BrainPop: Photosynthesis
  11. 11. Chemical Reaction: PhotosynthesisWhat are the reactants?What are the products?CO₂ + H₂O  C₆H₁₂O₆ + O₂ Water Oxygen!Carbon GlucoseDioxide (plant food)
  12. 12. FOOD CHAIN PRIMARY CONSUMERS: eat plants PRODUCERS: Make their own food by PHOTOSYNTHESIS (using sunlight to create energy)
  13. 13. FOOD CHAIN SECONDARY CONSUMER: eats primary consumers for energy PRIMARY CONSUMERS: eats plants for energy PRODUCERS: Make their own food by PHOTOSYNTHESIS (using sunlight to create energy)
  14. 14. Identify: producer, primaryconsumer, secondary consumer, and tertiary consumer
  15. 15. Draw this in your notes:Producers Consumers
  16. 16. Which of our consumers areyour T-Chart! Sort these into primary consumers?Which are secondary or tertiary consumers? Seaweed Eagle Shark Bear Tree Mouse Algae Fish Krill Snake Ant Turtle Rabbit Frog Dolphin Human Shrimp
  17. 17. FOOD CHAINDECOMPOSERS: Break SECONDARY CONSUMER:down dead things to eats primary consumersget energy for energy PRIMARY CONSUMERS: eats plants for energy PRODUCERS: Make their own food by PHOTOSYNTHESIS (using sunlight to create energy)
  18. 18. Brainpop: Food Chains
  19. 19. 1st Trophic Level
  20. 20. What is in the first trophic level?
  21. 21. Which of these are in the first trophic level?Seaweed Eagle Shark Bear Tree MouseAlgae Fish Krill SnakeAnt Turtle Rabbit Frog Dolphin Human Shrimp
  22. 22. 2nd Trophic Level1st Trophic Level
  23. 23. What is in the second trophic level?
  24. 24. Which of these are in the second trophic level?Seaweed Eagle Shark Bear Mouse TreeAlgae Fish Krill Snake Ant Turtle Rabbit Frog Dolphin Human Shrimp
  25. 25. 3rd Trophic Level 2nd Trophic Level1st Trophic Level
  26. 26. What is in the third trophic level?
  27. 27. Which of these are in the third (or fourth) trophic level?Seaweed Eagle Shark Bear Mouse TreeAlgae Fish Krill Snake Ant Turtle Rabbit Frog Dolphin Human Shrimp
  28. 28. How does energy go through the food chain? Not all trophic levels in the food chain are createdequal! Every organism in the food chain takes inenergy, either from the sun (through photosynthesis) or fromeating something else. But, every time something getseaten, it doesn’t transfer all of its energy—just some of it. Forexample, it takes a rabbit lots of energy to grow bones andteeth, but hawks don’t EAT bones and teeth, so the hawkdoesn’t get all of the energy that a rabbit has! As a result, every time we go UP one trophic level, onlyabout 10% of the energy gets passed on. That’s why we drawfood chains in a pyramid—the 1st trophic level (the producers)have a TON of energy, so it’s place on the pyramid is muchbigger than the secondary and tertiary consumers (like eaglesor sharks) at the top of the pyramid.
  29. 29. LEAST ENERGY!WHERE IS THEMOST ENERGY? MOST ENERGY!
  30. 30. CONTEXT CLUES:“Fish, shrimp, whales, krill, coral reefs, and kelp are all a part of the aquatic world”“The terrestrial environment around my house is very interesting—there are trees, grasses, rocks, insects, and mammals such as raccoons and squirrels.” Stop and Jot: Write your own definition of
  31. 31. Aquaman!
  32. 32. Aquatic Terrestrial
  33. 33. WORD WEB: What words doyou associate with “aquatic”? Aquatic
  34. 34. WORD WEB: What words doyou associate with “terrestrial”? Terrestrial
  35. 35. Draw this in your notes:Aquatic Terrestrial
  36. 36. Sort these into your T-Chart!Seaweed Eagle Shark Bear Tree MouseAlgae Fish Krill SnakeAnt Turtle Rabbit Frog Dolphin Human Shrimp
  37. 37. Video on a bear eating a fish• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzZ4sy stdZc&feature=fvwrel @ 1:45
  38. 38. Bears and Salmon:How are these animals related?How are they different?
  39. 39. Draw this in your notes:Food Web: used to show the connectionsbetween different food chains
  40. 40. What are some ways in which aquatic and terrestrial food webs are connected?
  41. 41. What are some ways in which aquatic and terrestrial food webs are connected?
  42. 42. EOG Question:Which of these is a primaryconsumer? a) grass b) wolf c) hawk d) mouse
  43. 43. EOG Question:In an aquatic food web, which ofthe following would get its energydirectly from the sun? a) krill b) fish c) algae d) killer whale
  44. 44. EOG Question:Look at the following food chain: grass cricket frog snakeWhich of these is the secondaryconsumer? a) grass b) cricket c) frog d) snake
  45. 45. Draw your own food web: CIRCLE all the connections between aquatic and terrestrial food chains! Seaweed Eagle Shark Mouse Tree BearAlgae Fish Krill Snake Ant Turtle Rabbit Frog Dolphin Human Shrimp
  46. 46. Summarizer1. How do producers get their energy?2. What is example of a connection between an aquatic and a terrestrial food chain?3. What is the difference between a primary consumer and a secondary consumer?4. What trophic level are trees in?5. Why do you think decomposers are important?6. Which trophic level of the food chain has the most energy?
  47. 47. Discovery Education:Food Chains and Food Webs

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