In this section you will be uncovering and describing "relationships" or the way things interact with each other.
Thinking in terms of relationships or the interactions between people, activities, and things is a very powerful tool for understanding many things such as families and ecosystems. Understanding ecosystems is like understanding the way in which members of your family relate to one another. Any two or more things that are tied together in some way can be explained or described in terms of relationships. The trick is to discover what the relationship is, but if you know that you are looking for them they are pretty easy to find.
What relationships can exist between the members of your family? Think about your family, or a family you know with a brother and sister.
What is the relationship between a brother and sister?
Now think about some other relationships on your own. How do the members of your family relate -- share the same house, share household duties, like the same food, like the same music?
Now for a tough one!
Hint - Following the links, or relationships, between the dinosaurs dying out and being buried in the ground, crude oil or fossil fuel formation, processing oil into gas, and the development of gasoline powered automobiles.
How are prehistoric dinosaurs related to driving a car to the store?
You will discover how to answer even difficult questions by looking for the "relationships."
Next time you are learning something, try to discover the relationships between the things you are learning about.