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  • American Field Guide Co-evolution of Plants and Pollinators
    Co-evolution can account for much of the great diversity of insects on earth. In this lesson, students will learn about co-evolution of mutualistic relationships while studying the roles of pollinators and plants. ELL Benefits: This web site allows all students to use skills of observation and writing to compare and contrast different kinds of flowers. If students are not familiar with the structures of a flower and their functions, there is a link to another web site that students can explore to learn this information. The site is available in English and Spanish. For the ELL student who did not learn about flowers in their native language, this could be useful to introduce new content and vocabulary. The web site appears to be at 9-10th grade level.
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