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  • Malvern High School
  • Malvern, AR
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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Fetal pigs and owl pellets will expose my students to characteristics of living organisms including growth and development, adaptations and responses to change/stimuli. Environmental science students will apply their knowledge of biomes, ecosystems and food sources when observing the owl pellets. They'll hypothesize objects they would expect to find in the pellets and will justify why certain contents are found. Students will compare and contrast fetal pig anatomy to human anatomy and they will bridge their knowledge of gestation and mitosis with actual development of a living organism. They will apply food chains, food webs and food pyramids when observing owl pellets.

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Fetal pigs and owl pellets will expose my students to characteristics of living organisms including growth and development, adaptations and responses to change/stimuli. Environmental science students will apply their knowledge of biomes, ecosystems and food sources when observing the owl pellets. They'll hypothesize objects they would expect to find in the pellets and will justify why certain contents are found. Students will compare and contrast fetal pig anatomy to human anatomy and they will bridge their knowledge of gestation and mitosis with actual development of a living organism. They will apply food chains, food webs and food pyramids when observing owl pellets.

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