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Duck Rescue

A science lesson on pollution and a simulated oil spill.

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Content Area

  • Science

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  • Lesson Plan

Grade(s)

  • 7th Grade
  • 8th Grade
  • 9th Grade
  • 10th Grade

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Standard(s)/Course Objective(s)

  • N.5.A.3 - Students know how to draw conclusions from scientific evidence. E/S
  • N.5.A.4 - Students know graphic representations of recorded data can be used to make predictions. E/S
  • P.5.A.2 - Students know heating or cooling can change some common materials, such as water, from one state to another. E/S
  • P.5.A.3 - Students know materials can be classified by their observable physical and chemical properties (e.g., magnetism, conductivity, density, and solubility). E/S
  • P.5.A.4 - Students know that, by combining two or more materials, the properties of that material can be different from the original materials. E/S
  • L.5.A.1 - Students know some physical characteristics and behaviors that are inherited in animals and plants. E/S
  • L.5.C.1 - Students know the organization of simple food webs. E/S
  • L.5.C.3 - Students know changes to an environment can be beneficial or detrimental to different organisms. E/S
  • L.5.C.4 - Students know all organisms, including humans, can cause changes in their environments. E/S
  • L.5.C.5 - Students know plants and animals have adaptations allowing them to survive in specific ecosystems. E/S

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