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Exploring Ecosystems

Students will have the opportunity to investigate the interactions of biotic and abiotic components when visiting one or more natural ecosystems within the Rouge Park. Activities may include an investigation in the natural environment, detailed exploration of a specific ecosystem (eg. stream), and/or simulation activities related to ecosystems.
Students standing in forest

Overall Expectations

Science and Technology
  •  2. Investigate interactions within the environment, and identify factors that affect the balance between different components of an ecosystem

Specific Expectations

Science and Technology
  •  2.2 design and construct a model ecosystem (e.g., visit a real ecosystem), and use it to investigate interactions between the biotic and abiotic components in an ecosystem

While exploring the Rouge wetlands, we uncovered a small snapping turtle, which was most happy to return to its muddy bed in preparation for winter.

Permission Forms for Exploring EcoSystems

511C Permission Forms for Exploring Ecosystems
Permission Form for Exploring Ecosystems
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