Five Levels of Ecology Diagram and Paragraph Pages 480-483
Name___________________________________________ Date_______________ Class ____________
1. You have to create your own ecology levels of organization. You will do a rough draft on notebook paper. You cannot copy the one in the
2. You have to come up with your own organism. Decide what plant or animal to use. Look in your science book. Look in your index to find the
page numbers for mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, insects, amphibians, etc.
3. Decide how you are going to organize your rough draft and follow this to do your rough draft. ***Nothing can go on the back of your paper.
Organism – Write the complete definition. Population – Write the complete definition.
This is where you will draw your organism.
This is where you will draw your population. Look at your definition
and be sure you are drawing a population.
Community – Write the complete definition. Ecosystem – Write the complete definition.
This is where you will draw your community. Look at your definition This is where you will draw your ecosystem. Look at your definition and
and be sure you are drawing a community. ****Do not draw any be sure you are drawing an ecosystem.
Abiotic factors here!!!!
****Note: This is where you can add your Abiotic factors to your
Biosphere – Write the complete definition.
This is where you can draw a picture of the earth. (See page 481.)
See the back for more procedures.
Check off each step as it is completed.
1. ____Rough draft – Do not color it. Do not hand it in. A rough draft is for you to organize your thoughts and plan. Keep it in your note
When you finish your rough draft, you do not have to show it to me because I see it as I am walking around.
Diagram – final copy
2. ____When you finish your rough draft, get a sheet of unlined paper for your final copy out of the folder at your table.
Use your rough draft to do your final copy. Write your definitions neatly.
3. ____Use colored pencils and/or crayons to color your final copy. Colored pencils and crayons are in the tub at your table.
4. ____When you finish your final copy, keep it in front of you because you have to write a paragraph to explain your diagram.
*****There is a paper in the yellow folder on the front table you can use as a guide to help you with your paragraph. (You can copy the
paragraph and fill in the blanks with information about your diagram. *** If you want to use the paragraph guide, get up and go get it from the
front table. Put it back when you finish.
Write your paragraph on notebook paper. Do not write on the back of your diagram.
Your name and how to hand in.
5. ____ Where do you put your name? On your diagram, write your name on the back. On your paragraph paper write your name at the
6. ____ Staple this paper and your paragraph to your diagram. It does not matter what order you staple them.
7. ____ Hand in.