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Standard 5.L.4

5.L.4 The student will demonstrate an understanding of relationships among biotic and abiotic factors within terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.

Grade(s): 5

Subject(s): Science

Year: 2014

Type
Webster's Salamander | What's Wild
Webster's Salamander | What's Wild

Video

In this episode of What's Wild, we're heading west to discover one of South Carolina's rarest amphibians. Found only in a few isolated areas, the Webster's Salamander is considered an endangered...
Marshland Crabs | What's Wild
Marshland Crabs | What's Wild

Video

We're exploring one of South Carolina's most productive and serene environments, the saltwater marsh. This rich and diverse ecosystem, brimming with marine species, has a dynamic rhythm that beats to...
Red Cockaded Woodpecker | What's Wild
Red Cockaded Woodpecker | What's Wild

Video

In our first episode of What’s Wild, we’re traveling to the Sandhills and checking out the Red Cockaded Woodpecker! Let’s see how this threatened bird species adapts to life in this unique ecosystem...
Carrick Creek Overview | RiverVenture
Carrick Creek Overview | RiverVenture

Video

This mountain stream is nestled in the Blue Ridge Escarpment of South Carolina. Carrick Creek flows within the Saluda watershed, the beginning of a river journey moving water from the mountains to the...
Ecosystems!
Ecosystems!

Lesson

Students will use prior knowledge of abiotic and biotic factors in terrestrial ecosystems to explore estuaries and swamps. Students will research other ecosystems to gather enough information to...

Abiotic and Biotic
Abiotic and Biotic

Lesson

Students will learn how to distinguish between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and be able to classify the biotic and abiotic factors in each.