About the course
"Investigate the nitrogen cycle through ASMR - a video phenomenon that uses close-up sounds, tapping, and soft speaking. Explore the various bacterial reactions that allow N2 nitrogen gas to be fixed into nitrates useable by animal life.
Via your favorite types of Youtube videos, travel through the cycles of the world. Learn processes from cellular respiration to water purification."
Tactile ASMR Worksheet
An introduction to the framing device, and to the importance of nitrogen to all life on earth
Students will learn how lightning can create nitrates
Students will learn how bacteria turn N2 gas into ammonia, and then into nitrates
Students will learn about denitrifying bacteria that live in bogs and swamps
Nitrogen cycle tactile model
Students will create a tactile model of the nitrogen cycle
Paper, Glitter glue, colored pencils, assorted nuts and dried fruit, string or yarn, scissors
Payton is a composer and orchestrator who recently graduated with High Honors in music from Wesleyan University. His passion for environmental advocacy, education, and activism is spurred by a love of nature and burning hate for climate change denialism.
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