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QU MAT 5-semester student PPT of Jessica Walker


  • 1.Jessica WalkerIntended for grades 3rd-6th

2. RATIONAL- All over the world, there are animals that need our help. Many of these animals populations are so few that they are classified as endangered. In particular, the Bengal Tiger is one of these many endangered animals on our planet.- The goal of this lesson is to create an awareness of endangered animals around the globe. Students will be focusing on the Bengal Tiger.- By integrating technology, students will be exposed to activists currently helping the tigers and videos and blogs of the Tiger in its natural habitat.Click to access 3. The internet will allow students to watch videos,view professionals blogs and discuss theendangered Bengal Tiger. It will also provide information via educationalwebsites on how to contribute to thepreservation of the Bengal Tigers habitat andlifestyle. Students will also be able to participate ininteractive modules which will help theirunderstanding of the topic. 4. Click to access video This video documentary allows students tosee how the Bengal Tiger lives in its naturalhabitat in India. 5. Click to access blog This blog gives current information on BengalTigers population status, habitat, generalfacts, blog archives, and much more. Studentsare able to learn and stay updated in currenttrends affecting the Tiger, both positive andnegative creating a better understanding ofthe Tigers reality. 6. Click link to accessThis podcast is given by Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, one of theworlds leading big cats activists. Students will be able tohear him discuss how much work goes into animalconservation, but also how rewarding it is. Dr. Rabinowitzsupports his finding with stories and photos thatsupplement the podcast. 7. Panthera is an organization that supports all big catsin need of help. It is consistently updated with thelatest conservation strategies, research, and the statusof our large, furry friends.Click Photo for link 8. National Geographic for Kids is an organization wellknown for supporting animals of our planet. Theyprovide interactive media, facts andpictures, sounds, video, and crafts. Click Photo for link 9. Sea World is an organization well known for supportinganimals of our planet. This website provides interactivemedia, facts and pictures, sounds, video, and craftsacross all subject areas. Click Photo for link 10. In Science, student will learn about the Bengal Tigers obviousanatomy. 11. Label the Bengal Tigers unique physical characteristics, then write asentence about how that physical characteristics helps it to survive inthe wild. 12. Cryptogram Worksheet(Click link to access) This provides several types of worksheet designsthat can be use as classroom work or studyguides. There are ample subject-material basedworksheet to choose from to reinforce lessonconcepts. I can also directly print the worksheet from thewebsite. 13. Life of a Tiger Students may use this fun word-hunt activity to practice unit vocabulary spelling and definitions. This may be done as Morning Work or extra practice at home.(Print and hyperlink source. Click linkto access.) 14. "Habitat Sweet Habitat This is a project for students to discuss and construct thehabitat of an animal. This project can be modified and adapted to focus on theBengal Tiger.Childrens Stories This site allows children to record audio and visual readings ofa book of their choice. Students practice fluency and readingaloud. They may then share their personal creations online withothers. 15. Grades 3-6 Language Arts This self-guided, interactive website provides the linkto online, animal themed, graphic organizers by topic(i.e. facts, habitat, babies, interactions) Language Arts can be incorporated in to the lessonby expanding upon prior knowledge of nonfictionreading. Students choose an endangered animal and conductresearch for a visual presentation. Students input their gathered information and printthe graphic organizer when they are finished. 16. This resource enforces the NCTM Standards ofEnglish Language Arts: Students apply a wide range of strategies tocomprehend, interpret, evaluate, and appreciate texts.They use their personal schemas and knowledge ofmeanings and other texts, and interactions withothers, and text feature strategies. they will be able to Students conduct research on issues by generatingideas, questions, and posing problems. Theygather, evaluate, and synthesize data from a variety ofsources. Students use spoken, written, and visual language toaccomplish their own purposes. 17. to access link)This privately-run, exotic sanctuary uses the internet to provideeducational material, such as live video streaming.Here, students can learn about many other types of tigers andbig cats as well gaining access to forums, documentaryseries, and asking questions to the professional animal caretakers. 18. Online Audio BookTiger Son, Written and Illustrated by Teresa Ng(Click link to access) Tiger Son is an ancient Chinese fable. Student will learn how the tiger is incorporated inliterature. They will also learn about different culturalperspectives of the tiger through the story. 19. Google DocsThis site allows students to collaborate theinformation they researched and share documentsthey worked on in class and/or at home. Click toaccess linkWWF on FacebookThe World Wildlife Fund (WWF) post currentinformation affecting endangered animals and theirenvironments. Facebook friends of the organizationmay post feedback such as comments, suggestions,or ask questions.Click to access link