AFRICAN ANIMALS PART 1 – POWERPOINT PRESENTATION
22 animals are looked at with 357 slides showing original photos with text.
These animals include the: baboon, Cape Buffalo, crocodile, elephant, African foxes, giraffe, hippo, hyena, impala, kudu, lion, monkey, African owls, rhino, snakes, skink, tortoise, warthog, waterbuck, wild dog, wildebeest, and zebra.
Emphasis is placed on classification of animals based on their feeding habits.
(carnivores, herbivores, and omnivores)
GREAT FOR AFRICA STUDIES! READING LESSONS! LIFE SCIENCE LESSONS! RESEARCH PAPERS
THE PRESENTATION IS DESIGNED…
As a nonfiction reading exercise
As an independent mini lesson on African animals
For study skills or note taking practice
As a basis for a research report
As a basis for a prepared/unprepared speech
Motivation for creative/informative writing
DURING THE PRESENTATION:-
learners may record their answers to posed questions or simply give a verbal response
learners develop note-taking skills by recording keyword/phrases from the slides
learners write a report/summary at the end of the presentation
The basic principles of independence, self-confidence, self-discipline, freedom to explore, becoming lifelong learners, learning from and with peers, respect in all forms are of paramount importance. I have found that presenting learners with materials that allow them to engage and discover knowledge for themselves is meaningful and has a lasting impression.
A FUN, MOTIVATING WAY FOR LEARNERS TO GROW!
This POWERFUL interactive slide show takes the viewer through a basic study of individual African Animals. Original photos enhance the text. The presentation explores the question and answers technique, and is great for nonfiction reading comprehension exercises. Images often give visual comprehension clues to the questions asked. Presentations may be used for independent research by the learner and as a discussion base for lessons.
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