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unit 0, INTRODUCTION

septiembre 12, 2013

SCIENCE 3rd grade

UNIT 0

(INTRODUCTION)

Living things Teacher: J. CĂŠsar Brazo

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When you look around, you can see

LIVING THINGS

NON-LIVING THINGS

They ARE BORN

They AREN'T BORN

They GROW

They DON'T GROW

and they DIE

and they DON'T DIE

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REMEMBER !!! What's the difference between living and non-living things? LIVING THINGS

NON-LIVING THINGS

are born,

aren't born ,

they grow

they don't grow

and they die

and they don't die

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This beautiful blue balloon is OUR PLANET: THE EARTH

LIVING THINGS

All you can see on Earth can be...

NON-LIVING THINGS

types

What's the difference?...

types

Animals Plants Fungi Microorganisms

YES!

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Natural Artificial

Are they born? Do they grow? Do they die?

NO!

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NOW, LET'S LEARN MORE ABOUT...

LIVING THINGS

All you can see on Earth can be...

NON-LIVING THINGS

types

types

Animals Plants Fungi Microorganisms

Natural Artificial

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LIVING THINGS can be: ANIMALS PLANTS

FUNGI

MICROORGANISMS

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Characteristics of LIVING THINGS

ANIMALS PLANTS FUNGI

MICROORGANISMS

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They can move, but they can't produce their own food They can't move, but they can produce their own food They can't move and they can't produce their own food They are very small. So you need a microscope to see them

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REMEMBER: All living things... are born, they grow and die But there are some differences between LIVING THINGS

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REMEMBER: All living things... are born, they grow and die But they also have three LIFE PROCESSES in common

SENSITIVITY: They use their senses to get information and they react

REPRODUCTION: They have other living things.

NUTRITION: They get food

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can be: animals, plants, fungi or microorganisms

LIVING THINGS

they are born, they grow and they die

they have 3 life processes in common

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NUTRITION: They get food to survive. SENSITIVITY: They use their senses to get information and react. REPRODUCTION: They are born from other living things.

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AT THE END OF THE UNIT YOU MUST BE ABLE TO ANSWER PROPERLY: - What are the three common characteristics of all living things? - Can you name some examples of living and non-living things? - What two groups are non-living things divided into? - What's the difference between artificial and natural non-living things? - What four large groups are living things divided into? - What are the characteristics of each group? - What three life processes do all living things have in common? - What does the function of nutrition give us? - What do we use the function of sensitivity for? - What is the result of the function of reproduction? It is also important for the exam : All the activities and worksheets, vocabulary of the unit, teacher's explanations as well as the wordmap at the end of the unit (page 14)

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