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- Inclusion of a food web diagram would enhance understanding.
- Teachers of younger students may wish to introduce the more advanced vocabulary.
About the Science
- As apex predators, polar bears, walruses, Arctic foxes, and beluga whales are all affected by changes in the Arctic food web as a result of climate change.
- Missing a food web diagram that could explain the effect of changes in predator populations.
- Passed initial science review - expert science review pending.
About the Pedagogy
- Supplemental materials, including lesson plans, educator guide, background articles, a student workbook, and a curriculum guide are available at the KQED site: http://www.kqed.org/education/educators/clue-into-climate/ecosystems.jsp.
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