Science - 2019-20

ENV.III Ac - Flow of Energy

VDOE Course Content and Process Guidelines

A.  The student will investigate and understand that the Earth is one interconnected system to include the hierarchy and the flow of energy within an ecosystem. Key content includes

c.  the movement of energy through the living world to include food webs, food chains, trophic levels; 




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BIG IDEAS

Reinforces Biology SOL 8.0

UNDERSTANDING THE STANDARD

The Virginia Environmental Science Course Content and Process Guidelines are designed to continue the student investigations that began in grades K-8.  These outcomes integrate the study of many components of our environment, including the human impact on our planet.  These outcomes focus on scientific inquiry, the physical world, the living environment, resource conservation, humans’ impact on the environment, and legal and civic responsibility.  Instruction should focus on student data collection and analysis through laboratory experiences and field work.  These should include descriptive and comparative studies as well as investigation (i.e. meaningful watershed educational experiences). It is expected that teachers will collaborate with museums, aquaria, nature centers, government agencies, associations, foundations, and private industry in efforts to engage the community, provide diverse points of view about the management of natural resources, and offer a variety of learning experiences and career education opportunities. 


ESSENTIALS

Projects:  plaster casts

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KEY VOCABULARY

Updated: Jul 03, 2019