About the course
Analyze the closest relationships that two organisms can share within an ecosystem: symbiotic relationships. Delineate between the three kinds of symbiotic relationships, exploring which are beneficial to the organisms involved and which are detrimental.
It's a competitive place out there! Follow Payton in determining the relationships of predators and prey, and everything in between.
Myspecies Social Network, Part 3
An introduction to symbiotic relationships, including their three subcategories.
Students will learn examples of mutualistic symbiosis
Students will learn examples of commensal symbiosis
Students will learn more examples of parasitic symbiosis
Myspecies, Part 3
Students will add symbiotic relationships to their myspecies pages, and add new pages for vultures and hyenas.
Assess your learning with a quiz.
- Blue construction paper
- White printer paper
- Small photograph of a hyena (printed)
- Small photograph of a vulture (printed)
- Small photograph of a tick (printed)
- 3x Landscape photograph of the African savanna (printed)
- Glue stick
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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