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Biology: Ecology Unit

by Pennsylvania Learns

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Course Description

Biology Module B: Ecology, is one of four sections of Module B of the Biology Keystone Exam. The content and assignments are organized in a manner consistent with the Pennsylvania Keystone Biology blueprint. In Biology Module B, the theme of continuity and unity of life is explored through four big ideas. Students address the big ideas of cell growth and reproduction, genetics, the theory of evolution, and ecology through the exploration of the following essential questions:
  • How do organisms live, grow, respond to their environment, and reproduce?
  • How are the characteristics of one generation passed to the next?
  • How can individuals of the same species and even siblings have different characteristics?
  • How can there be so many similarities among organisms yet so many different kinds of plant, animals, and microorganisms?
  • How and why do organisms interact with their environment and what are the effects of these interactions?
The resources in this Module will enable students to reinforce the concepts within Ecology as well as resources for teachers to utilize in the classroom. This section will focus on the question: How and why do organisms interact with their environment and what are the effects of these interactions?
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