File Name: symbiotic relationship questions and answers .zip
Directions: Symbiotic relationships are identified by how they affect the organisms involved. Symbiotic Relationships.
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Explain that in this activity students will use a series of videos, images, and scenarios to identify and discuss examples of ecological and symbiotic relationships in the ocean. Write the following terms on the board: competition, predation, symbiosis, mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism. Do not include the definitions yet. First, ask students to identify the root words and brainstorm what types of ecological and symbiotic relationships the terms describe. Then, review the definitions of the terms. Point out that the term symbiosis is an overarching term for mutualism , commensalism , and parasitism and that the ecological relationships predation and competition are not generally considered to be symbiotic. Build background about National Geographic Crittercam.
Directions: Answer each of the following questions below each multiple choice question is worth 6 points. A Which of the following s is considered parasitic? Tapeworm in an intestinal tract B. Bees transporting pollen from flowers C. Pilot fish swimming under sharks D. Birds eating the insects from the back of a hippopotamus 2.
Through a combination of videos and class discussions, students will be introduced to definitions and examples of symbiotic relationships. Students will solidify their definitions of relationships with an included, fun, picture-based interactive quiz. Guided practice includes an interactive game to help students deepen knowledge with guiding questions and short organized video clips. The topic is further explored through independent research on an ecosystem and the relationships between them which may be used as a summative assessment rubric, instructions, and example included. Students must have a general knowledge of ecosystems, and must be familiar with the idea that organisms interact with each other when they live in the same habitat.
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