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Life Science: Session 8

Reflect on Your Teaching:

classroomLesson Goals:

  • Students understand of decomposers as organisms that cause things to decay by digesting organic matter outside their bodies.
  • Students observe that some decomposers, such as earthworms, are more obvious than others, such as microbes.
  • Students understand that most decomposers are microbes—tiny organisms that are typically too small to see with just your eyes.
  • Students understand that microbes do most of the work in decomposition.
  • Students understand decomposition or decay is a process that happens over time.

Consider the goals for this lesson as listed above. How can you create a lesson appropriate for your classroom that will fulfill similar goals? Enter your response below and click "print your work" to be taken to a page formatted for printing.




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