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Interactive video lesson plan for: Sci Eye Food Chains G53LS11

Activity overview:

Scientific Eye Series 9 (1996)

Eight programmes from the broadcast schools' science series, each of which examines a single topic, with individual stories being used to illustrate more general scientific ideas.

The individual titles are: Digestion and Nutrition; Hearing the Sound; Static Electricity; Colour; Acids and Alkalis; Food Chains; Photosynthesis; Purification.

1) What do food chains start with?

2) Where do plants get their energy from? And what do they do with it?

3) Which direct do the arrows point in a food chain and what do they represent?

4) Organisms of the same species do this if they want the same things.

5) What is it called when many food chains are linked together?

6) If we cannot see under the water, how do scientists count organisms?

7) When was lake Windermere formed?

8) What do Zoo Plankton feed on?

9) Write out the food chain food containing Artic Charr, Algae, Pike and Zoo Plankton.

10) What does a pyramid of numbers show?

11) Why is there an increase of algae near sewage plants?

12) What happens if the producers in a food chain get poisoned?

13) What will happen to levels of toxins as you get higher in the food chain?

Tagged under: Sci,Eye,Food,Chains

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