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SCIENCE

7
REVIEW
What characteristic of
living things are being
shown by the pictures?
1.

Response
to Stimuli
2.

Growth and
3.

Reproducti
on
4.

Adaptation
5.

Made
up of
Cells
DEFINE ME!
There will be 4 groups.
Each will be given a picture to
study.

Look closely and observe the


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DEFINE ME!
1. What do you see in the
pictures?
2. Are there living and non-living
things?
3. What do the living things from
the picture need to survive?
These
are
examples
of
ECOSYST
What is an EM.
BIOT ABIOTI
IC C ECOSYSTEM includes all the
BIOTIC (living things)
and
ABIOTIC (non-living things)
components in a given area,
interacting with each other.

Each components has a role


to play to maintain balance in
an ecosystem.
FIND ME!
Using the same picture, the
group must identify the
BIOTIC and ABIOTIC
Components of each
ecosystem
ECOSYSTEM
Example: 1: POND
BIOTIC ABIOTIC
COMPONENTS COMPONENTS
QUESTIONS:
■What are the biotic and abiotic
factors found in your ecosystem?
■How do these biotic and abiotic
factors interact with one another?

■What is the difference between


natural and artificial ecosystem?
ACTIVITY
Boys VS. Girls
You will be given pictures and strip
of papers with words in it.
Arrange the pictures from simple to
complex and label them using the
given words.
LEVEL OF
ORGANIZATION IN AN
ECOSYSTEM
Individual, Species,
Organism 
• An individual is any living
thing or organism.
• Individuals do not breed
with individuals from other
groups.
In the diagram above, you will • Animals, unlike plants, tend
notice that Gill, the goldfish, is to be very definite with this
interacting with its environment,
and will only crossbreed with term because some plants
Population:
• A group of individuals of a
given species that live in a
specific geographic area at
a given time.
• Note that populations
include individuals of the
same species, but may
(example is Gill and his have different genetic
family and friends and other makeup such as
fishes of Gill’s species) hair/eye/skin color and
Community:
• This includes all the
populations in a specific area
at a given time.
• A community includes
populations of organisms of
different species. A great
community usually includes
biodiversity.
In the diagram above, note how populations of
gold fishes, salmons, crabs and herrings coexist
Ecosystem:
Ecosystems include
more than a community
of living organisms
(biotic) interacting with
the environment
(abiotic).
At this level note in the diagram how they
depend on other abiotic factors such as rocks,
BIOTIC and ABIOTIC COMPONENTS
ACTIVITY
Let’s Go OUT!
We will go out the classroom and you will
list all the biotic and abiotic factors
found in the school.

Identify an INDIVIDUAL, POPULATION,


COMMUNITY and ECOSYSTEM found
SUMMARY of the LESSON:

1. What is an ecosystem?
2. What compose an ecosystem?
3. What is the difference between biotic and
abiotic factor in an ecosystem?
4. What is the level of organization in an
ecosystem?
EVALUATION
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1.Organisms that make up the living part
of an ecosystem.
A. abiotic C. biotic
B. ecology D. ecosystems
EVALUATION
Choose the letter of the correct answer.

2. A group of the same type of organisms


living in the same place at the same time.
A. individual C. community
B. population D. ecosystem
EVALUATION
Choose the letter of the correct answer.

3. All of the populations that live in one


area together.
A. individual C. community
B. population D. ecosystem
EVALUATION
Choose the letter of the correct answer.

4. Temperature, light, air, water, soil, and


climate are all __________ parts of the
environment.
A. biotic C. individual
B. abiotic D. population
EVALUATION
Choose the letter of the correct answer.
5. Which of these is the correct definition of an
ecosystem?
A. The relationship among the biotic parts of the
environment
B. The relationship among the abiotic parts of the
environment
C. Interactions between organisms
D. Interaction between biotic and abiotic parts of
ASSIGNM How do
ENT you
think
living
things
interact
with
other
living
things in