Bat-eared foxes are nocturnal - feeding at night. They prefer to forage in small groups. Does the fox remind you of a raccoon?
GREAT FOR AFRICA STUDIES
This POWERFUL interactive slide show takes the viewer through a basic study of individual African Animals. Original photos and video snippets enhance the text. Presentations may be used for independent research by the learner and as a discussion base for lessons.
I have found that presenting learners with materials that allow them to discover knowledge for themselves is more meaningful and has a lasting impression. The basic principles of independence, self-confidence, self-discipline, freedom to explore, maintaining interest, learning from and with peers, respect in all forms; comes to the fore.
A fun, motivating way for learners to engage!
This individual AFRICAN ANIMAL slide show is part of a set that can be used:
as an introduction to an African animal study
as the basis for research paper information
to enhance reading skills
to encourage discussion
to increase general knowledge
to develop vocabulary
to develop logical thinking
to build up on existing knowledge
to stimulate curiosity, and a love for learning
to summarize facts, reinforcing what is learned
Please enjoy a fun way to learn by engaging the senses!
A Slide Show (PowerPoint) or PDF format. Choose the presentation that best suits you.
SLIDE SHOW PPSX
PPSX files open in slideshow or play-presentation mode, when double-clicked. When the presentation finishes, manually exit using the ESC key. An HDMI chord from your computer to a large screen TV is also effective.
Informational slides are the same as slide show, but no video snippets are included.
PDF files are best viewed in FULL SCREEN MODE. Suggestions for best viewing - HDMI cable connection to a TV, or smartboard, or whiteboard projector. Tool bar menu – view – full screen mode, to exit press esc.
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