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E Foundations Adaptations - Pearson Diagram: Dogs/Wolves Venn Diagram: Dogs/Wolves Answers Dog/Wolf Comparison Answers Lesson 7 Venn Diagram: Dogs/Wolves/Coyotes Dog/Wolf/Coyote Comparison

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  • Table of Contents

    Lesson 3Filling in the Family Tree

    Lesson 4What I Learned about Coyotes

    Lesson 5Working with Pronouns, Part 1

    Working with Pronouns, Part 1 Answer Key

    Lesson 6Venn Diagram: Dogs/Wolves

    Venn Diagram: Dogs/Wolves Answers

    Dog/Wolf Comparison Answers

    Lesson 7Venn Diagram: Dogs/Wolves/Coyotes

    Dog/Wolf/Coyote Comparison

    Comparison of Wolf and Coyote

    Wolf/Coyote/Dog Matrix 1

    Wolf/Coyote/Dog Matrix 1 Answers

    Lesson 8Dog Adaptation Timeline

    Lesson 9Mans Best Friend Graphic Organizer

    Lesson 10Working with Pronouns, Part 2

    Working with Pronouns, Part 2 Answers

    Lesson 14Selecting the Right Dog

    Lesson 16Working Dog Matrix

    Working Dog Matrix Answers

    Lesson 18If/Then Answers

    Lesson 30Research Planning Sheet

    Note to Presenters

    Project Presentation Rubric

    Project Writing Rubric

    Credits

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    Lesson 3

    Filling in the Family Tree

    Kingdom ____________________________________

    Phylum ____________________________________

    Class ____________________________________

    Order ____________________________________

    Family____________________________________

    Genus ____________________________________

    Species ____________________________________

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    Lesson 4

    What i Learned about Coyotes

    Coyote

    adaptations:

    food: Enemies:

    Relatives:

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    Lesson 5

    Working with Pronouns, Part 1

    1 Have you seen a coyote lately? Have you heard one howling in the night or yip yapping in the day? Your chances of having one for a neighbor are better than they used to be.

    2 This small, gray cousin of the wolf is moving from the west to the east. This brother of the dog is moving closer to civilization.

    3 Once the coyote wandered mainly on our western prairie, but now it lopes up and down the east coast. It roams as far north as Alaska and it has gone south to Costa Rica. Despite human efforts to get rid of it, the coyote has increased its range. The coyote has learned to move where people are because people mean food.

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    16 Quick to learn where a new meal may come from, the coyote uses several tricks. It follows an elk to get a free lunch. The elk paws in the snow for grass. It accidentally flushes out a mouse and the coyote pounces on it. At other times two coyotes team up to catch a rabbit or duckone coyote distracts the prey while the other makes the kill. Or a coyote may hunt with a badger for prairie dogs. With its powerful claws, the badger digs prairie dogs out of their underground homes. Then the coyote swoops down with its great swiftness. Then the two animals share the feast.

    17 Are we in danger now that the coyote lives among us? Should we be afraid? There is no reason for fear. Coyotes dont attack human beings unless they are trapped or cornered. Dogs, on the other hand, bite one and a half million people a year. Only if a coyote has rabies might it bite a person. The coyote may be the cleverest of all wild animals. It has learned to survive and prosper in new lands. And it is living right in our midst.

    Working with Pronouns, Part 1 Lesson 5

    Excerpted from The Adaptable Coyote!

  • 1 Have you seen a coyote lately? Have you heard one howling in the night or yip yapping in the day? Your chances of having one for a neighbor are better than they used to be.

    2 This small, gray cousin of the wolf is moving from the west to the east. This brother of the dog is moving closer to civilization.

    3 Once the coyote wandered mainly on our western prairie, but now it lopes up and down the east coast. It roams as far north as Alaska and it has gone south to Costa Rica. Despite human efforts to get rid of it, the coyote has increased its range. The coyote has learned to move where people are because people mean food.

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    Lesson 5

    Working with Pronouns, Part 1 answer Key

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    16 Quick to learn where a new meal may come from, the coyote uses several tricks. It follows an elk to get a free lunch. The elk paws in the snow for grass. It accidentally flushes out a mouse and the coyote pounces on it. At other times two coyotes team up to catch a rabbit or duckone coyote distracts the prey while the other makes the kill. Or a coyote may hunt with a badger for prairie dogs. With its powerful claws, the badger digs prairie dogs out of their underground homes. Then the coyote swoops down with its great swiftness. Then the two animals share the feast.

    17 Are we in danger now that the coyote lives among us? Should we be afraid? There is no reason for fear. Coyotes dont attack human beings unless they are trapped or cornered. Dogs, on the other hand, bite one and a half million people a year. Only if a coyote has rabies might it bite a person. The coyote may be the cleverest of all wild animals. It has learned to survive and prosper in new lands. And it is living right in our midst.

    Working with Pronouns, Part 1 answer Key Lesson 5

    Excerpted from The Adaptable Coyote!

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    Lesson 6

    Venn diagram: dogs/Wolves

    dogs

    Both

    Wolves

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    Venn diagram: dogs/Wolves answersLesson 6

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    pleasing humans

    Shy of people

    Purpose is

    survival

    appearance

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    Lesson 6

    dog/Wolf Comparison answers

    Dogs Wolves

    Fed, worked, pampered by humans

    Live outside, hunt for food, and live in a pack

    Want attention and affection from people

    Only want food from humans

    Gorge food Trained to meet human needs Not interested in pleasing

    humans Tear things up if they were in a

    house Shy of people Purpose is survival

    Dog/wolf puppies look alike Dog/wolf pups look alike

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    Lesson 7

    Venn diagram: dogs/Wolves/Coyotes

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    Lesson 7

    dog/Wolf/Coyote Comparison

    Dogs Wolves Coyotes

    Fed, worked, pampered by humans

    Live outside, hunt for food, and live in a pack

    Want attention and affection from people

    Only want food from humans

    Avoid human interaction

    Gorge food Trained to meet human

    needs Not interested in

    pleasing humans Tear things up if they

    were in a house Shy of people Purpose is survival

    Dogs, wolves, coyotes look alike

    Dogs, wolves, coyotes look alike

    Dogs, wolves, coyotes look alike

    Most have more forward-placed eyes

    Eyes are more laterally placed

    Most have shorter snout compared to head size

    Longer snout Muzzle long and pointed

    Teeth generally smaller compared to head size

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