Human Lab Worksheet

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  1. search the internet for a Didactic Material that could be used to teach the class or lab about one aspect of Climate Change. A didactic Material can be a Video, a Video Lecture, a web page, and interactive activity or a virtual or on-line lab.
  2. Keep in mind that your audience is composed of students. Non-majors with little science background. This means you are targeting the general public, so beware of using materials that are too complicated, or require advanced knowledge in computer programming, math or science.
  3. Once identified the Didactic Material they want to use, write a lesson plan.
  • identify the Didactic Material and give a link
  • What are the objectives of the lesson you will use this material for? Identify at least 2.
  • Describe the material you are presenting
  • How would you use it? How would you assess if the students achieved your objectives (test? quizz? report? lab worksheet?)
  • Write 5 questions you would use on a test for this material. 3 should be multiple choice and 2 should be essay questions.
  • What do you expect would be the reaction of the class if you used the material in a lesson?

Human Lab Worksheet

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Select 4 human impacts you learned about in the activity, 2 from the Island and 2 from the Atol.

List the following information for how each impact affects the ecosystem:

  1. Describe how the human impact you selected affects the ecosystem.
  2. Summarize some of the evidence of humans’ impact on the ecosystem. You might need to use other resources from the internet.
  3. Describe specific types of evidence people should look for in their own ecosystem to determine whether humans can reverse the impact to the local environment.
  4. How do you think this impact will change over the next 100 years?

Island Impact 1

a.

b.

c.

d.

Island Impact 2

a.

b.

c.

d.

Atol Impact 1

a.

b.

c.

d.

Atol Impact 2

a.

b.

c.

d.

 

Also three questions from this exercise

 

https://depts.washington.edu/vurchin/?view=acidoce…

 

 

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