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Biomes

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This was the Microteaching presentation that me and my friend used in our Science Methods class.

This was the Microteaching presentation that me and my friend used in our Science Methods class.

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  • 1. BiomesJennifer GregorySandra Wamsley
  • 2. Types of Biomes Temperate Desert TundraRainforest Grasslands Taiga
  • 3. Desert• There are both hot and cold deserts.• Hot deserts get ten or less inches of rain a year.• Cold deserts get snow and fog.• The Great Basin is a cold desert.• The Sahara is the one of the largest deserts in the world.Choose Again
  • 4. Rainforest• There are two types of rainforests: temperate and tropical.• Both are endangered.• Located around the coasts in the temperate zone, and the equator in the tropical zone.Choose Again
  • 5. Taiga• Cold winters, warm summers.• The largest biome.• Located in a large portion of Canada, Europe, and Asia.Choose Again
  • 6. Tundra• Very cold.• A permanent layer of permafrost rests below a thin layer of tundra soil, keeping plants from growing.• Located at the North Pole.Choose Again
  • 7. Grasslands• Very open fields with lots and lots of grass and not much else.• There are tropical grasslands and temperate grasslands.• Tropical grasslands are located close to the equator and temperate grasslands away from the equator.Choose Again
  • 8. Temperate• Has four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall.• Animals and plants adapt to cope with the frequent season changes.• Located in the United States, Europe, parts of Russia, China, and Japan.Choose Again
  • 9. Source• http://www.mbgnet.net/sets/

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