Questions to think about before beginning this lesson
1. Do all organisms benefit from their interaction with another organism?
2. What benefits could organisms receive from their interactions with other organisms?
This lesson introduces students to different species relationships. Some of these relationships benefit one or both organisms involved in the relationship while other organism are weaken or killed.
Part I. Download the listening guide. Read through each example and determine who is benefiting from the relationship. Next, watch a video clip reinforcing the species interaction and answer questions about the video.
Lucag (2007). File:Male Lion and Cub Chitwa South Africa Luca Galuzzi 2004.JPG. Wikimedia Commons. Retrieved on March 19, 2010 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Male_Lion_an
Predator/prey relationship. Lion and cub eating a Cape Buffalo.