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CER & Review

Claim ~ Evidence ~ Reasoning

CER Claim Evidence Reasoning
Claim Your answer
Evidence Proving your answer with observations; such as data from a food web
Reasoning Explain the why using science vocabulary
Food Web System of interlocking and interdependent food chains
Producer Plants or autotrophs; make their own food
Primary Consumer Eat the producer
Secondary Consumer Eat the primary consumer
Tertiary Consumer Eat the secondary consumer
Energy Pyramid A model to show the flow of energy in an ecosystem
Triangle Shape of energy pyramid
Biomass Renewable energy from plant material or animal waste
Trophic Level The levels in an ecosystem
Sunlight Energy needed for survival and enters through our producers
Change in Biomass The largest biomass is available in the producers. As you move up an energy pyramid, energy is used and lost because organisms need it to survive.
Facts These come from the evidence
Blank The claim is usually fill in the ___.
Paragraph The reasoning is a...
Opinion The reasoning paragraph should end with your...
Abiotic Nonliving natural factors
Biotic Living factors
Ecosystem This is made of biotic and abiotic factors
Population All the organisms that are the same type in a certain area
Organism A single living thing
Nonliving Rock, soil, air, and water are abiotic so they are...
Living Trees, spiders, snakes, and flowers are biotic so they are...
Created by: goffteam
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