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Ecology: Humans and the Environment PowerPoint and Notes. What is the ecological impact that humans have upon our fragile environment? This lesson is designed to teach students about the human behaviors that have consequences for our planet, such as the burning of fossil fuels, overfishing, the clear cutting of forest areas and more.
This Humans and the Environment Ecology PowerPoint Presentation has 38 slides on the following topics: Human Requirements, Human Interactions, Human Population, Population Dynamics, Human Population Growth, Environmental Pollution, Water Pollution, Soil Pollution, Importation of Organisms, Use of Biocides, Improving The Environment, Environmental Laws, Conservation of Natural Resources, Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources, Wildlife Preservation, Biological Pest Controls. $6.00
5 HUMAN IMPACTS ON THE ENVIRONMENT: Hank gives the run down on the top five ways humans are negatively impacting the environment and having detrimental effects on the valuable ecosystem services which a healthy biosphere provides. 10:38 minutes
Ecology Ecosystems Environment Unit Bundle - 33 Files - 4 PowerPoint Presentation Lessons , 4 Smartboard Notebook Presentations, 4 Notes Outlines, 5 Lesson Plans/ Projects, 5 Homework Assignments, 1 Vocabulary Transparency, 3 Laboratory Lessons, 1 Quiz, 4 Test Prep Bank Questions and 2 Exams. $ www.teacherspayte...
This product includes the Ecology Unit Lesson topics - 33 files. Each topic contains a PowerPoint presentation, Notes Outline, Homework Assignment, Vocabulary, Lab Lessons, Quizzes, Test Prep Question bundles, and a Unit Exam. In total, there are 4 PowerPoint Presentation Lesson Plans, 4 Smartboard Notebook Presentations, 4 Notes Outlines, 5 Lesson Plans/ Projects, 5 Homework Assignments, 1 Vocabulary Transparency, 3 Laboratory Lessons, 1 Quiz, 4 Test Prep Bank Questions and 2 Exams. $20.00
Human Impact on Ecosystems Assignment - Collaborative, Inquiry-Based Assessment
Allow your students to learn through inquiry. They will study the impact of a factor related to human activity that threatens the sustainability of an ecosystem in your area. This activity was designed for a secondary ecology unit but can easily be adjusted to fit both elementary as well as middle school science classes. Please view the Preview File. Included in the lesson package is: - A full overview of the task including a rubric - 9 topics to choose from