Ecology - 10SCIE
Akoranga 10 Mahi Tuatahi
- What is the bottom level of an energy pyramid?
- Where is some energy lost on each level of an energy pyramid?
- Give two examples of resources that organisms compete for.
- Explain why organisms compete for these resources.
Collect a whiteboard & answer these questions in pairs.
Te Whāinga Ako
- Define the terms and give examples of abiotic and biotic factors that affect organisms
Write the date and te whāinga ako in your book
Organisms and Survival
- Organisms compete with each other for resources
- We can break down the factors which affect an organism into two groups:
- Biotic: living factors
- Abiotic: non-living factors
Biotic describes a living component of an ecosystem
- All living things (plants, animals, fungi, bacteria)
Non-living chemical and physical factors in the environment
- Water, light wind, soil, humidity, minerals, gases, pH, salinity
Tākaro: Hit the Board
- One student on each side of the board.
- When a word is called, hit the relevant category!
Open Google Classroom on your device and complete the Google Forms quiz there