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Food Chains & Webs

Akoranga 2 Mahi Tuatahi

  1. Write the date in your book
  2. Think about your breakfast this morning, what did you eat? Write it down.
  3. Where did what you ate, get its energy? What about the organism before that?

Ngā Whāinga Ako

  1. Put a series of organisms into a food chain and explain the flow of energy
  2. Classify living things as producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores or decomposers

Write ngā whāinga ako in your book



Food Chains / Raupapa Kame

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Interpreting Food Chains

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Primary Consumers / Kaikame

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Secondary.. Consumers

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Why does the pyramid get smaller?

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Ngohe: Ted-Ed

  1. Open Google Classroom and find the task on Feedback Loops
  2. Watch the video attached
  3. Answer the questions in the Think, Dig Deeper and Discuss sections

https://ed.ted.com/on/2h7WUzCk


Pātai: Food Chain Effects

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Whakatika


Ngohe: Clusters

  1. Cut out the different organisms
  2. Group them into their different categories
  3. Glue them into your book in clusters

Akoranga 3 Mahi Tuatahi

  1. Write the date in your book
  2. Cut up the mix and match squares
  3. Match and stick them into your book

Te Whāinga Ako

  1. Define a community and how it relates to both living things and the area that they live in

Write te whāinga ako in your book


Competition / Whakataetae

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Food Webs / Māwhaiwhai Kame

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Flow-On Effects

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Pātai

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Ngohe: Food Web Activity on Classroom


Mahi Kāinga: EP

When doing Education Perfect tasks, always take your time and makes notes on any new information in your exercise book!


Akoranga 4 Mahi Tuatahi

  1. Open the Food Web Activity on Google Classroom
  2. Complete the activity in the next 10 minutes and Hand In
  3. Open the Pond Organisms Tūhura/Investigation document