A Superior ConnectionStudents model movement and relationships between organisms in Lake Superior.
Fish FamiliesStudents learn to identify characteristics of five Minnesota fish families.
Lake Superior Food WebStudents identify Lake Superior fish and model the Lake Superior food web.
Becoming Scientists: Synthesizing and Communication (Fish CSI)Students take on the role of an expert witness in a mock lake sturgeon poaching trial.
Next Generation of Scientists and Engineers: Examining Structure and FunctionFish exist in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors. Unique characteristics called adaptations help them survive in their watery environments.
Becoming Scientists: Engineering/Design – CulvertsThis lesson uses modeling as a method for problem solving and a tool for understanding scientific principles. Evaluation, collaboration and redesigning of models will further develop student science literacy skills.
Becoming Scientists: Collecting DataThis lesson will help students learn why and how fisheries managers conduct fish surveys. Students will become familiar with some of the equipment and survey methods that Minnesota DNR fisheries biologists use.
Becoming Scientists: Observation and QuestioningStudents will explore the nature and process of science, make observations and develop testable questions.
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