In “The Great Niche Debate,” I addressed the population and ecosystem worksheet answer key. This was a class assignment, which was part of the class “Scientific Thinking” taken from Ken Perlin’s book, “The Emperor’s New Mind.” This is part of the core course module for the Biology department at the University of Washington. The third class to review it will be part of the lesson plan for the biology course, which I am teaching.
Now back to the question; did you pass this part of the course? This answer key is developed by Ken Perlin and then modeled on other worksheets from James Q. Wilson’s works. What makes this answer key great is that it is written in a conversational style, so students can hear how it is said and understand it, rather than just reading it from a text book.
In the second question, the sub-problem is about putting all of this information together, which has been examined in many forms. That problem is answering; what is the common denominator of all the elements that make up our society? It can be very easy to say something is a country, or is a community but it can be very difficult to draw out what that means.
To avoid leaving a hole for you to fill, the whole section is read from the parenthetical. This allows students to understand what the answer is to this problem.
I think it is important to look at the economy and how it is linked to each of the factors in the sub-problem. I started by taking a poll of students and asked them which of the three, we have discussed already, are going to be more important for a thriving economy. Some students expressed that they needed more social interaction to help with the lack of business knowledge or needed more energy to create their own business.
This has been a focus for me on trying to connect the economic situation with the other factors that are the foundation of social and community life. I think I understood most of the students who expressed that they wanted to see more economic activity in the economy. But what I also learned is that most wanted a better way to get their part of the economic pie.
I went over some sociological data that I gathered as well, which had a deeper effect on me than the previous information. I want to keep a high standard for a thriving economy, and want to encourage individuals to create and find their own businesses. If the majority of people don’t have a job, what impact does that have on the social and environmental condition of society?
We need to focus on creating opportunities for those who are in between, and help those who are struggling to find the answers for them. We need to teach and encourage a prosperous economy, and those who want to take care of others will find their own way.