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Analytic Coding Fish: Seahorse (Mind Map, Question and Expanded formats) Analytic coding using conceptual vocabulary from the Basic Conceptual Systems based on the work of Anne Svendsen and Andreas Hansen, adapted by K. Morgan. © 2013.
4. Number of Parts 5. Color(s) 6. Shape(s) 10. Material 11. Surface Pattern 3. Is this … Living Non-Living 7. Size (compared to you) © 2013 A. Svendsen, A.Hansen, K. Morgan. 13. Diet (Prey/Power) 12. Habitat (Place) 15. Protection (Change) 2. Group 16. Movement/Power 17. Life Cycle (Change) 14. Predators (Place in food chain) 9. Weight (compared to you) Warm Blooded Cold Blooded 8. Temperature 1. What is it?
4. What Number of Parts does this have? 5. What Color(s) does this have? 6. What Shape(s) does it have? 2. What Group does it belong to? 16. How does it move? (Movement/Power) 3. Is this … Living Non-Living Warm blooded Cold blooded 8. What Temperature does it have? 10. What Material is this composed of? 11. What Surface Pattern does it have? 7. What Size is it (compared to you)? 12. Where does it live? (Habitat/Place) © 2013 A. Svendsen, A.Hansen, K. Morgan. 9. What Weight does it have? (compared to you)? 14. What Predators does it have? (Place in food chain) 13. What does it eat for energy? (Diet/Power/Prey) 17. What is its life cycle? (Change) 15. How does it protect itself? (Change) 1. What is this? (Name)
Analytic Coding using words from the Basic Conceptual Systems to describe and analyze items. Seahorse © 2013 A. Svendsen, A.Hansen, K. Morgan. Group Number of Parts Color Shape Position Place Size (compared to) Number Surface Pattern Direction Function/Use Substance (composition) Substance (properties) Gender Value Movement/Power Diet/Power Living/Non-Living Time Life Cycle/Change Weight (compared to) Temperature Taste Smell/Odor Sound Surface Property
Behavior Solitary/Herd Movement Sound Nocturnal/Diurnal Physical Characteristics Color Shape Number of Parts Size Weight Temperature Substance Surface Pattern Surface Properties Living / Non-Living Change Label Name Group Habitat Place Change Diet / Prey Predators and Protection Predators Protection Life Cycle © 2013, K. Morgan.
SeahorseJellyfish Similarities & Differences Circle the words in which the two items are similar. Draw a line thru the words in which the two items are different.. © 2013 A. Svendsen, A.Hansen, K. Morgan. Name Living/Non-Living Group Number of Parts Color(s) Life Cycle Size (compared to …) Temperature Weight (compared to … ) Movement/Speed Gender Surface Properties Diet Habitat (Place)
Similarities & Differences Circle the words in which the two items are similar. Draw a line thru the words in which the two items are different.. Seahorse Jellyfish © 2013 A. Svendsen, A.Hansen, K. Morgan. Name Libing/Non-Living Group Number of Parts Color(s) Life Cycle Size (compared to …) Temperature Weight (compared to … ) Movement/Speed Gender Surface Properties Diet Habitat (Place)
Living Cnidaria Hood/umbrella, tentacles, mouth arms Yellow, orange, white Egg – Larva – Polyp – Adult Large in size compared to a seahorse Cold blooded Heavy in weight compared to seahorse Swims Male, female Smooth Plankton, crustaceans, fish eggs, small fish Ocean Living Fish Head, body, snout, fins, tail, gills, 2 eyes Black, brown, white Eggs in pouch of male - Fry - Adult Small in size compared to a jellyfish Cold blooded Light in weight compared to jellyfish Swims Male, female Rpugh, bumpy Shrimp, small crustaceans, fish larva Shallow ocean Similarities & Differences Circle the words in which the two items are similar. Draw a line thru the words in which the two items are different.. © 2013 A. Svendsen, A.Hansen, K. Morgan. Name Living/non-Living Group Number of Parts Color(s) Life Cycle Size (compared to …) Temperature Weight (compared to … ) Movement/Speed Gender Surface Properties Diet Habitat (Place) Seahorse Jellyfish
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