The Effects of Institutions on Human Behavior
Carolyn N. Kinder
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Lesson Plan V
Get a piece of string about two feet long. Go outdoors and find a grassy area to study. Lay the string in a circle on the area. The inside of the circle is your mini-environment. Sit next to your minienvironment and study what is happening inside your circle of string. What’s there? Are there plants? Are there animals? What does the soil look like? Are there rocks? What colors do you see? See if anything changes or moves. Look at your mini-environment with a magnifying glass.