Unit Length: 2-3 Weeks IV. Major Learning Outcomes



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Materials:

Food Labels


Procedure:

  1. Write a hypothesis: Which food items contain algae?




  1. Select 5 food labels. Read the ingredients to identify which algae derivative it contains.




  1. Record the foods in your data table and check the algae derivative each food contains. *Some food will contain more than one.




  1. CHALLENGE: Algae are also used in some medicines, cosmetics, paint, and shampoo. Find labels from other items that contain algae derivatives. Research which medicines contain algae derivatives. Share your findings with the class.

Station 3: There are Algae in Your House!
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Station 4: Web of Life
Materials:

Computer


Internet

Coloring pencils


Procedure:

  1. Log onto the following website. Read the fact sheet on marine food webs. The use the internet to explore diagrams and photos of the organisms that make up a marine food web.


http://seagrant.gso.uri.edu/factsheets/foodweb.html
The following website has more detailed information, pictures, and links of various organisms in a marine food web.


  1. Make a sketch of a simple marine food web. Label your diagram.




  1. Use coloring pencils to color your diagram.




  1. If you have time, you may go to the interactive ocean food web found at the following website.


www.vtaide.com/png/oceanweb2.htm


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Materials:

Shoe Box with inside painted black and holes

Black Construction Paper Scissors

Large pin, medium nail, or ice pick Flexible lamp


Procedure:

  1. Fold a piece of black construction paper in half. Draw a fish on the black construction paper. With the paper still folded, cut out the fish so you have 2 two fish. Punch holes on one of the fish.

  2. Cut out 2 strips of paper to attach to your fish in order to suspend them from the inside of the lid one at a time.

  3. First, suspend the fish WITHOUT holes from the lid of the box. Replace the lid. Look through the peephole to observe the fish. Record what you see.

  4. Then, suspend the fish WITH holes from the lid of the box. Replace the lid. Look through the peephole to observe the fish. Record what you see.

  5. Answer the analysis questions.

  6. If you have time, look at the following website at some “beasts” that live in the dark ocean.


http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/abyss/life/bestiary.html
The following has more information on bioluminescence.
http://www.lifesci.ucsb.edu/~biolum/

Station 5: Creatures



of the Dark Ocean
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Materials:

Computer Drawing Supplies Drawing Paper



http://www.onr.navy.mil/Focus/ocean/water/temp3.htm

http://www.onr.navy.mil/Focus/ocean/regions/default.htm
Procedure:

  1. Log onto the first website and study the information on Ocean water and temperature. Complete the first table.




  1. Log onto the second website. Navigate through the pages of each region. Complete the second table.




  1. Answer the analysis questions.




  1. ART CHALLENGE: Create a drawing of the OCEAN floor from the edge of the continent out past the mid-ocean ridge. Show the following features of the OCEAN floor in your drawing:

Continental Shelf Seamount

Continental Slope Volcanic Island

Abyssal Plain Ocean Trench

Mid-Ocean Ridge


Label the zones of the OCEAN listed below:

Intertidal Zone Oceanic Zone

Neritic Zone Benthic Zone
* You may use your textbook, resource books, or internet resources.

Station 6:

Ocean Regions

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