Students delve into the life of a chosen dinosaur and explore what it looked like, what it ate, where it lived, and what it did while alive.
After reviewing the four seasons, students explore how these and other environmental changes, such as natural disasters and human activities, can affect species.
Expanding on learning in Lesson 1, students learn about a species and identify interactions with its ecosystem, including food chains, food webs and predator – prey relationships.
While reviewing the basic needs for living things, students learn about a species of their choice and explore its dependency on those basic needs to survive. Students then infer what might happen if their own needs are not met and make other connections to their lives.
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Students learn about the different industries related to the land and water of Northern British Columbia. They then act as ambassadors of a selected industry.
Natural resources continue to shape the economy and identity of different regions in Canada. Students explore the different careers that focus on the geological landscape in Canada.
Students explore the different landscapes and geological formations across Canada using Google Earth and other resources.
In this lesson, students investigate the different types of rock that exist around the world and through hands-on observation and research activities.