These high school lessons (9-12) are intended to be an introduction to the anatomy of a trout. Students will dissect a trout and learn about the different body systems and organ functions. Students will understand whirling disease and its effects on the trout population. Students will learn how to collect and analyze data. Students will be placed in the role of scientists as they investigate and observe natural phenomena. Students will acquire and apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
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