Disneynature's Chimpanzee Educator's Guide

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EDUCATORS GUI DEGRADES 2 - 6Celebrate Earth Day With Oscar!Disneynature takes moviegoers deep into the forests of Africa with CHIMPANZEE, a new True Life Adventure introducing a lovable young chimpanzee named Oscar in a story of family bonds and individual triumph. Oscars playful curiosity and zest for discovery showcase the intelligence and ingenuity of some of the most extraordinary personalities in the animal kingdom. The world is a playground for little Oscar, whod rather make mayhem than join his parents for an afternoon nap. When Oscars family is confronted by a rival band of chimpanzees, he is left to fend for himself until a surprising ally steps in and changes his life forever. Directed by Alastair Fothergill (AFRICAN CATS and EARTH) and Mark Lineld (EARTH), CHIMPANZEE swings into theatres for Earth Day, on April 20, 2012.inrs Earth Day, April 20, 2012..Further Explore The Wonderful World Of CHIMPANZEE!The CHIMPANZEE Educators Guide includes over 100 pages of lessons and activities targeted to grades 2 through 6. The lessons are aligned to National Science Education Standards and integrate interactive elements, including ready-to-go PowerPoint presentations to help engage your class. Additional educational resources, including audio and video clips from the lm, are available at disney.com/chimpanzee. The guide introduces students to a variety of topics, including:Educators Guide Objectives Increase students knowledge of chimpanzees and the African rainforest habitat through interactive, interdisciplinary and inquiry-based lessons. Enrich students viewing of the Disneynature lm CHIMPANZEE and inspire appreciation for the wildlife and wild places featured in the lm. Promote life-long conservation values and science-based skills through outdoor activities, nature exploration and discovery. Empower you and your students to create positive changes for wildlife in your school, community and world. Lessons Align to National Standards.See CHIMPANZEE opening week and Disneynature will make a donation in your honor to the Jane Goodall Institute to protect chimpanzees today and tomorrow. Learn more at disney.com/chimpanzee.EDUCATORS GUIDE l GRADES 2 - 6 CALL 1-888-DISNEY6 to reserve group tickets for your class!Schedule your class trip early to see CHIMPANZEE so you and your class can further explore chimpanzees! Starts in Theatres April 20!i n c o n n e c t i o n wi t h Au|r+| Ad+p|+||ou n+|||+| +ud Eco,|er Au|r+| Be|+.|o|, Ioo| ue +ud Corruu|c+||ou '|ud,|u C||rp+u/ee |u A|||c+ ||o|ec||u C||rp+u/ee \+||u + |o|||.e ||||e|euce |o| w||d|||e wo||dW|deTHIS FILM IS NOT YET RATEDTHIS FILM IS NOT YET RATEDTHIS FILM IS NOT YET RATEDTHIS FILM IS NOT YET RATED 2011 Disney Enterprises, Inc.OPENS I N THEATRES APRI L 203 2011 0isney Enterprises, |nc.DISNEYNATURE CHIMPANZEE EDUCATORS GUIDE Table of ContentsSTANDARDS ALIGNMENT CHART .............................................45WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF CHIMPANZEES ........... 6KWL CHART ACTIVITY ........................................................................................... 7TEACHERS BACKGROUND INFORMATION ............819 LESSON 1 ................................................................................................................................. 20 What Makes A Chimpanzee Special? (Grades 2-3)LESSON 2 .................................................................................................................................25 How Are Chimpanzees Adapted To The Rainforest? (Grades 4-6)LESSON 3 ................................................................................................................................ 30 where 0o Chimpantees Live! (Grades 2-3)LESSON 4 ............................................................................................................................... 34 How Are Chimpanzees And The Rainforest Connected? (Grades 4-6)LESSON 5 ................................................................................................................................ 39 Who Are Chimpanzees Neighbors? (Grades 2-3)LESSON 6................................................................................................................................ 43 Who Shares The Rainforest With Chimpanzees? (Grades 4-6)LESSON 7 .................................................................................................................................55 what 0o Anima|s Eat |n Ihe African Rainforest! (Grades 2-3)LESSON 8 .............................................................................................................................. 60 How Is Energy Transferred Through The African Rainforest |ood web! (Grades 4-6)LESSON 9............................................................................................................................... 64 why 0o Chimpantees Use Ioo|s! (Grades 2-3, 4-6)LESSON 10 ............................................................................................................................ 67 what's |n A |ace! (Grades 2-3)LESSON 11.............................................................................................................................. 70how 0o Chimpantees Communicate without Making Noise? (Grades 4-6)LESSON 12 ..............................................................................................................................73what Sounds 0o Chimpantees Nake! (Grades 2-3)LESSON 13 ............................................................................................................................. 76how 0o Chimpantees Use Sound Io Communicate! (Grades 4-6)LESSON 14 ............................................................................................................................80how 0o Chimpantees Spend Iheir 0ay! (Grades 2-3)LESSON 15 ............................................................................................................................. 85how 0o Chimpantees |nteract with Each 0ther! (Grades 4-6)LESSON 16 ........................................................................................................................... 90h0I I0P|C - what C|ues 0o Chimpantees Leave Behind? (Grades 2-3)LESSON 17 ............................................................................................................................. 93h0I I0P|C - how 0o Scientists Study Chimpantees!(Grades 4-6)LESSON 18 ........................................................................................................................ 100what |s Ihe 0ifference Between A Nonkey And An Ape? (Grades 2-3)LESSON 19 .........................................................................................................................103how 0o Scientists C|assify Primates! (Grades 4-6)LESSON 20 .........................................................................................................................116how 0oes habitat Loss Affect Chimpantees! (Grades 2-3)LESSON 21 ..........................................................................................................................120 How Can Recycling Electronics Protect Chimpanzee Habitat? (Grades 4-6)LESSON 22 ......................................................................................................................... 123h0I I0P|C - how Can | he|p wi|d|ife |n Ny Backyard!(Grades 2-3)LESSON 23 .........................................................................................................................126h0I I0P|C - how Can Peop|e Nake A 0ifference |or Chimpantees! (Grades 4-6)FINAL PROJECT ........................................................................................................ 132GLOSSARY ......................................................................................................................... 133RESOURCE GUIDE.................................................................................. 134-135Creating such a comprehensive Educators Guide takes the energy, innovation, talent and hard work of many specialists. At the Walt Disney Company, Disneynatures Paul B+|||+u|| +ud C+||e||ue '|ep|eu p|eeu|ed ||eDisneys Animal Kingdom Education Team with the opportunity to take on this exciting project. Dr. Liz Fogel brought all the right partners together in a joyful way to create a multi-disciplinary Educators Guide that benets classroom teachers and zoo educators. At Disneys Animal Kingdom, Laurie Cummins developed the brilliant lessons and activity sheets with the amazing assistance of Nadine Kocanjer. Kris Whipple told the complete story of chimpanzees using interpretive language and examples through ||e Ie+c|e|' B+c||ouud |u|o|r+||ou. ||. I+rr|eBe|||ue| +pp||ed |e| ,e+| o| e\pe||euce Wo|||uwith chimpanzees both in zoos and in the eld to ensure the accuracy of all information. Allyson Atkins, Dr. Jill Mellen and Kim Sams (Conservation Initiatives) reviewed and commented on the nal draft to ensure a quality product.The holistic approach to this Educators Guide could not have happened without the special talents of the following subject matter experts: Drs. Carol Henry, John Hoge, Linda Labbo, John Olive, Michael 0|e, +ud |e|o|+| I|pp|u ||or ||e uu|.e|||, o|Georgia, and Dr. Wayne Nelson from Southern Illinois uu|.e|||,. A |e.|eW |e+r cou|||u o| Be||, C+|.e||+(Educator Lead for the National Academy of Sciences Ie+c|e| Ad.|o|, Bo+|d), C|+||eue ||udo, '|e.euDracht and Michael Koehler brought their expertise and understanding of science and math to the Guide.The specic photo images needed for the facial expressions and non-verbal communication lessons were shared with us through the support of the Jane Goodall Institutes Debby Cox and amazing photography of Andy Nelson. Chimp Haven graciously shared images and footprints of their