- Climate Change Metaphors LESSON PLAN
Wild BC Students will use and describe how a variety of objects provide metaphors for why climate change is occurring and the impacts resulting from it. Students will demonstrate the ab ... ...
Mar 23 2010 - 10:31am
- Sharks: Setting the Record Straight LESSON PLAN
National Geographic Xpeditions Students read, discuss, and compare news reports of shark attacks with data and then design a television special to educate the public about sharks. F ... ...
Nov 30 2009 - 2:17pm
- Do You Know the Fish You're Eating LESSON PLAN
WETA/PBS Marine Fisheries and Aquaculture Series Students design and conduct research to discover firsthand what type of fish is being sold in their community, where this fish comes fro ... ...
Nov 9 2009 - 6:00pm
- Fish and Kids LESSON PLAN
Marine Stewardship Council A package containing lessons, worksheets, and activities to teach young students about sustainable seafood. Each subject has two levels: one for grades K-2 (k ... ...
Sep 24 2009 - 5:55pm
- How to Catch a Fish LESSON PLAN
PBS – Jean Michel Cousteau Ocean Adventures After an introduction to the variety of current fishing methods, students learn through an activity about the problem of bycatch and then des ... ...
Sep 24 2009 - 5:52pm
- Net Results LESSON PLAN
WETA/PBS Marine Fisheries and Aquaculture Series Students will study and replicate a model of the factors affecting fisheries populations in the Chesapeake Bay (or any other bay). Throu ... ...
Sep 24 2009 - 5:39pm