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L. Sources of information:
books, websites, kits, journals
a fresh animal track and making a track cast.
using books or the internet to identify animal tracks.
Making a model of
with other disciplines.
Social Studies: Emphasize
the Geography of the Rocky Mountains of
Western United States,
tracing the mountains through each state it runs.
Its vastness is
Students should be able to recognize sorting and
that they perform at home, daily.
Language Arts: Students
could write comparisons of animals by
comparing and contrasting.
story books as well as factual books about animals.
(Fiction and Nonfiction)
M. Suggestions for
Special Needs Learners:
groups are heterogeneous so that every student is a learner.
N. Classroom assessment
will take a hands-on practice quiz.)
A simpler activity
of sorting could be used by sorting buttons by color,
size, shape, metal
and plastic, or number of holes. This results be charted
the same as the
from teaching this lesson:
Students discovered so many things about animals and applied prior knowledge
to enhance drawing conclusions and with various activities of classifying
discovered how behavioral and physical adaptations allow animals to respond
to life needs. (Animals:
Habitats/ Behaviors Interractive Online Quiz)
B. These activities
should lead right into Animal Kingdoms.
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