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Spatial Patterns: Organisms


Price: $29.95
Order Number: 707.0301
Format : DVD
Spatial patterns in nature refer to predictable patterns or arrangements of plants and animals that can be seen in many different environments. Students will learn about distributions of snail populations with a community ecologist in Boiler Bay, Oregon, and discover how scientists gather data to analyze population density at various locations.

Math Concepts include: computation/estimation, sampling, patterns, mean, density, variation, proportion.

This lesson challenges students to:
•Understand sampling techniques
•Use measurement to describe similar and different objects.
•Explore the metric measurement system and standard measurements of length.

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Rights granted include: a) life of media audiovisual use, b) public performance, c) campus or building closed circuit and digital/video-on-demand transmission.

Ideal for grades: 6 - 9
Duration: 20 minutes
Closed-Captioned
Producer: South Carolina ETV
Series Code: 707 & 707.0300

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