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Ballypatrick Forest Wildlife.
Success Criteria. By the end of this lesson you should be able to: Name some of the wildlife found in the forest. Draw simple food chains for the forest.
Here is a food web for the forest. Copy this into your book.
Name the source of energy for this food web. Name the producers. Name the consumers.
Draw three food chains from this food web.
What do you think would happen if we cut down the berry trees? What do you think would happen if the numbers of blue tits declined?
Food Webs. 2.PRODUCERS 3. CONSUMERS 4. DECOMPOSER 1.SUN.
Everything Needs Energy! OBJECTIVE: You will be able to put the levels of life in order with an example. You will be able to read a food web properly.
CATALYST Write down 2 specific examples of an organism that is a: Producer: ______________ Consumer: _____________ Decomposer: ___________ 5 minutes.
Soil with plant and remains Earth worm Sparrow Sparrow hawk Producer predator consumer Top predator Food chains LO: draw food chains/webs and explain.
Living things depend on one Another Question 1 Which of these is a decomposer? A bee B grass C plant D earthworm.
Pyramids of biomass All learners will be able to: Describe what biomass is and where it comes from. Draw pyramids of biomass to show the relationship between.
Food Chains and Food Webs. Food Chain Events in which one organism eats another.
Food Chains and Food Webs How energy moves in an ecosystem OR who eats who!?
AIM: What are Food Chains, Webs and Pyramids? Construct models to demonstrate that organisms are related by how energy is transferred in an ecosystem.
Entry Activity… An organism that only eats other consumers. An organism that only eats producers. An organism that makes its own food. An organism that.
Pests Aims To study pests in the context of competition, predator / prey relationships and pyramids of numbers and build up of toxins in food chains. To.
Pyramids Of Number & Biomass D. Crowley, Pyramids Of Number & Biomass To understand pyramids of number and biomass Friday, May 01, 2015.
Grassland Food Web Your job is to color and create a food web and a food chain. Follow this packet and use the checklists to create your webs/chains. Step.
Food Chains A habitat may contain many different plants and animals which all need food for energy and growth. Some animals live on plants (herbivores)
What is a Food Web? Food chains show how energy is passed from the Sun to producers, consumers, and decomposers. In any ecosystem many food chains overlap.
Energy Flow in Ecosystems. Energy Roles 1. Producers – an organism that can make its own food (plants) 2. Consumers – organism that gains energy by.
PYRAMIDS EQ: How is energy calculated through a food chain?
Every living thing needs energy in order to live. Every time animals do something they use energy.
Food Chains and Food Web What Are Some Parts of a Food Chain and a Food Web?
Food Chains and Food Webs. Food Chains Food Chain: a step-by-step sequence linking organisms that feed on each other All food chains begin with a producer,
Ecological Pyramids. Instead of representing trophic levels in a food web, an ecological pyramid can be used. Grass (10,000 kcal) Grasshopper (1,000 kcal)
Food Webs and Energy Pyramids. Food Chains A food chain is a simple way to show feeding relationships among organisms. It starts with a producer and ends.
Let’s Practice 1.Name the two producers(autotrophs)in this diagram. 2.Identify two primary consumers in this diagram. 3.Identify two secondary consumers.
GRASS BERRIES COW BEETLE BIRD JUDE LAW SNAKE COYOTE.
Food Chains and Ecosystems. Meadow Ecosystem Food Chain The hawk is a predator. It hunts and eats other animals. The mouse is prey for the hawk. Prey.
Warm Up: February 23 rd 1.Draw this energy pyramid. 2.Put the above organisms from the food chain into their correct location on an energy pyramid. You.
Energy Circulation in Ecosystem. Life in the Earth is possible thanks to the circulation of the energy flow into the ecosystems in a cyclical way from.
The Food Chain The Food Chain How do animals depend on each other?
What Happens if…?. We need to know the impact on the food chains: Example: What happens if we cut down the trees? 1._____________ 2._____________ 3._____________.
Feeding Relationships - Pyramids Showing feeding relationships quantitatively (in numbers).
Warm-Up Where does a producer receive energy from?
Food Web Practice Food Chain + Food Chain + Food Chain = Food Web.
S7L4a Demonstrate in a food web that matter is transferred from one organism to another and can recycle between organisms and their environments.
Every living thing needs energy in order to live. Every time animals do something (run, jump, move) they use energy to do so.
Feeding Relationships A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship. Sun → All food chains start with the sun.
Starter Activity: On a show me board answer these questions: 1.What does a food chain always start with? 2.What does the arrow in a food chain represent?
WALT: use food chains and food webs to show the relationships of organisms within an area Tasks: Extract Food Chains Food Web Interdependence
Ancestry Food chains and Food Webs. Ancestor (Family Tree)
Food Chains 4.L.3.1. Students are able to describe the flow of energy through food chains and webs.
Here is an example of a food chain and a pyramid of numbers: plant 15 snail 6 eagle 1 thrush 2 15 plants 6 snails 2 thrushes 1 eagle Notice the producer.
Lesson 6. Producer Living things that make their own food.
The Life Levels Book. Create your bound book!! Take two sheets of paper and separately fold them like a hamburger. Place the papers on top of each other,
Color Your Food Web Cards Consumers: Carnivores/Omnivores 1 st Level Consumers/EATS PLANTS SUN: Light Energy Producers: The Plants Consumers: EATS Insects.
Food Chains and Food Webs. A food chain shows how each living thing gets its food. Plants are called producers because they are able to use light energy.
Feeding Relationships Food Chains Food Webs Trophic Levels 10% Rule Biomass.
ANIMAL SURVIVAL. OVERVIEW In this unit we will learn about the different roles animals have in ecosystems, what animals need to survive, and the relationships.
Food Chains & Food Webs D. Crowley, 2008 Key terms Producer - utilise the sun’s energy to produce their own food, e.g. plants and algae Consumer - organisms.
Unit 3 Ecosystems Chapter 6 & 7. Part 1 The Web Of Life p. 92 & Food Relationships p. 93 Questions #3-9 in the book.
Starter Can you sort the cards in front of you into the correct definitions? When you think you have them in the correct order, add these definitions to.
Food Chains and Food Webs. Producer Consumer Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Predator Prey Habitat Food Chain Food Web.
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