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  1. Interactions Among Living Things (Tropical rainforests) Discuss the interactions among living things and non- living things in tropical rainforests, coral reefs and mangrove swamps ( S6LT II i-j-5)  Identify the living and non- living things in tropical Rainforest.  Describe the appearance of tropical Rainforest.
  2. 1. Have you seen a rainforest? 2. How does it look like? 3. What are the living and non- living things found in a rainforest?
  3.  What is rainforest?  What are the living and non-living things found in the rainforest?
  4. What makes a rainforest?  Rainforest are composed of different varieties of plants and animals and living and non-living things.
  5. What are the other living and non-living things that you may found in the rainforest?  Ferns, mosses, liverworts and bacteria are living things while logs, decaying dead bodies of plants and animals are non-living things.
  6. A. Identify the living things and non- living things present in a tropical rainforest by writing LT for living things and NLT for non- living things. 1. flower 2. stone 3. bird 4. air
  7. 5. grass 6. trees 7. sunlight 8. soil 9. water 10. nest
  8. Explain the interactions among living and nonliving things in a tropical rainforest in terms of: a. Harmful and beneficial interactions. b. Effects of interactions
  9. • What are the organisms found in the first picture?  Can you tell what they are doing?  How do organisms interact with one another?  Can organisms benefit or be harmed by these interactions/relationships?
  10. Guide Questions? 1. Describe what you have observed in the picture? 2. What does the picture show? 3. Do the organisms harm the other organisms in their relationship?
  11. THE DIFFERENT INTERACTIONS IN THE RAINFOREST ECOSYSTEM. 1. Mutualism- A mutualistic relationship is when two organisms of different species "work together, each benefiting from the relationship.
  12. 2. Commensalism - is a type of relationship where one of the organisms benefits greatly from the symbiosis. The other is not helped but is not harmed or damaged from the relationship. In other words, this is a one-sided symbiotic relationship.
  13. 3. Parasitism - is a relationship between two things in which one of them (the parasite) benefits from or lives off of the other, like fleas on your dog.
  14. 4. Predation - A form of symbiotic relationship between two organisms of unlike species in which one of them acts as predator that captures and feeds on the other organism that serves as the prey.
  15. Study the pictures below, explain the symbiotic relationships shown by the organisms. Tell whether their relationship is harmful or beneficial.
  16. Identify the living and non- living things in coral reefs, describe the appearance of coral reefs ecosystem, and explain the harmful and beneficial effects of their interactions.
  17. Identify the living and non-living things in a mangrove ecosystem, describe the appearance of mangrove swamp ecosystem and explain the harmful and beneficial interactions.
  18.  What are the animals found in tropical rainforest, coral reefs and mangrove swamps? - Rainforests are populated with insects, arachnids, worms, reptiles, amphibians and mammals; - In the coral reefs are sponges, fishes, jelly fishes, anemones, sea stars and crustaceans; - and in mangrove swamps are where fishes lives and lay eggs; in mangrove swamps are white ibis, brown pelican, heron,monkeys and turtles
  19. How can you maintain the number of animals in the specific area? - By protecting and conserving them
  20. As a learner, how can you able to protect and conserve these animals? - As a student, I will never destroy their home and I will never kill them for the sake of our living in order to maintain their habitat and made them survive for a long time.
  21. THE WAYS ON HOW TO PROTECT AND CONSERVE: Tropical Rainforest - Plant trees - Don’t hurt the environment - Don’t throw garbages - Established parks to protect rainforests and wildlife - Support companies that operate ways that minimize damage to the environment
  22. Coral Reefs - Avoid illegal fishing and destroying coral reefs - Don’t fish or boat near a coral reef - Don’t throw garbages in the sea - Avoid oil spills - Plant trees - Don’t purchase corals for souvenirs
  23. Mangrove Swamps - Plant more mangrove trees - Don’t throw garbages near the mangrove swamps - Don’t cut down mangrove trees
  24. Suppose you are designated in your municipality as a protector of a Tropical rainforest, coral reefs and mangrove swamp, what will you do to protect and conserve it?
  25. - As a municipality designated protector, I will encourage people living in my municipality to plant more tress, putting up projects like establishing signages that can give signals to the people to protect these habitats and I will not let the people to destroy these habitats
  26. What will happen to the animals and plants if the Tropical rainforest, coral reefs and mangrove swamp where they are living are not protected and conserved properly?
  27. - Animals living on these different habitats will die. The ecosystem will not be balanced. It can also result to the sickness of the people that will lead to death