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7.

5C diagram the flow of energy through living systems, including food


chains, food webs, and energy pyramids

WEDNESDAY, 2/2/16
You need:
-Journal
-Pen/Pencil
-Small Paper for
W.U. and Quizlet

Warm-Up:
on the small paper
1) What are 3 words from the word
wall that describe the way YOU eat
and WHY?
2) Explain what the following chain is
saying in 1 sentence:
Grass Cow

VOCABULARY
Living vs Non-living

community

Scavenger

Producers

Ecosystem

Trophic Level

Biosphere

Food Web

Autotrophs

Food Chain

heterotrophs

Energy
Pyramid

Consumers
Decomposers
individual
population

FINISH CARD SORT ACTIVITY FROM


YESTERDAY
You should have 12 Frayer models total.
Glue in journal when finished

ECOLOGICAL PYRAMID ACTIVITY


1. Using colored pencil, shade the first
(bottom) level of EACH pyramid
green
2. Shade the second level of each
white
3. Shade the third level of each blue
4. Shade the fourth (top) level of each
red

Label each level of the first pyramid side of the pyramid with the
following terms as you move up the pyramid: producer, primary
consumer, secondary consumer, tertiary consumer.
Tertiary Consumer
Secondary Consumer
Primary Consumer

Producer

Label each level of the second pyramid side with the following terms
as you move up the pyramid: plants, herbivores, carnivores, top
carnivores.
Top Carnivores
Carnivores
Herbivores

Plants

Label each level of the third pyramid side with the following terms
as your move up the pyramid: autotroph, 1st order heterotroph, 2nd
order heterotroph, 3rd order heterotroph. .
3rd Order Heterotroph
2nd Order Heterotroph
1st Order Heterotroph

Autotroph

Draw a picture of what


might belong in each level:
1st: flowers, trees, grass,
algae
2nd: caterpillars, cows,
grasshoppers, beetles
3rd: humans, birds, frogs
4th: lions, dogs, snakes

Label the fourth side of the pyramid starting at the largest section
as you move up: 100% of energy, 10% of energy, 1%of energy,
0.1%of energy
0.1% Energy
1% Energy
10% Energy

100% Energy

Label the bottom row of the fourth side of the pyramid with
35,000 Kg of biomass. Calculate and label the amount of biomass at
each level.
0.1% of 35,000 Kg= ______
1% of 35,000 Kg= _______
10% of 35,000 Kg= _____

35,000 Kg

Fold your pyramid on the lines radiating from the


center and glue it together using the extra flaps.
Answer the questions on your WS using your pyramid
HINT: Ecologically friendly= better for the
environment

QUIZLET #2
Read the following passage:

GRASS produces seeds which MICE use for food.


Because there are many MICE, SNAKES have
food. The SNAKES also attract SKUNKS, who use
them as a food source. With all the SKUNKS
around, HAWKS are now able to find food.
1. On your own paper, please draw the food chain of the given
scenario. Make sure to check the direction of your arrows!
2. What do the arrows in a food chain show?

QUIZLET #2

Read the following passage:

GRASS produces seeds which MICE use for food.


Because there are many MICE, SNAKES have
food. The SNAKES also attract SKUNKS, who use
them as a food source. With all the SKUNKS
around, HAWKS are now able to find food.
1. On your own paper, please draw the food chain of the given
scenario. Make sure to check the direction of your arrows!
Grass Mice Snakes Skunks Hawks
2. What do the arrows in a food chain show? The transfer or flow of
energy from one organism to the next. The arrow points in the
direction of the flow of energy, towards the organism doing the