Lesson Plan: Managing Invasive Plants and Insects
|Level 3 Question(s) Addressed: |
|Content Standard(s):||NOS Aspects|
|Science SOL: 4.5 f The student will investigate and understand how plants and animals, including humans, in an ecosystem interact with one another and with the nonliving components in the ecosystems. Key concepts include influence of human activity on ecosystems.||
The natural world is understandable.
Science is a blend of imagination.
Science is a social activity.
Science demands evidence.
Science is durable.
Scientific ideas are subjective to change.
|Student Objective(s) for this lesson: |
|Misconceptions to address in this lesson: |
|Not all invasive plants and insects are harmful, sometimes they can be beneficial. |
|Safety Concerns in these lessons: |
Discuss poisonous plants.
Discuss plants that can cause rashes. (Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, and Sumac)
|Impact of Invasive Species on Virginia Ecosystems Lesson Plan Managing Invasive Plants and Insects.pdf|
Activity #1, Management #1: Management of Invasive Plants and Insects
[Impact of Invasive Species on Virginia Ecosystems Activity Management of Invasive Plants and Insects.pdf] Link
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Created by St. Paul School, Carroll County