A COMPLETE MINILESSON ON AFRICA’S WILDCATS!
THE SERVAL, THE CARACAL, THE CHEETAH, THE LEOPARD AND THE LION.
GREAT FOR AFRICA STUDIES! READING LESSONS! LIFE SCIENCE LESSONS! RESEARCH PAPERS!
This presentation is designed…
as non-fiction reading exercise,/ reading comprehension
an independent or small group mini lesson,
study skills practice / note taking,
basic research for a life science report, / animal study
as a basis for a prepared/unprepared speech,
as a motivation for creative/informative writing,
as a discussion base for the introduction to carnivorous animals
During the presentation:-
Learners may record their answers to posed questions or simply give a verbal response.
Learners may take notes by recording keyword/phrases from the slides.
Learners may write a report/summary/speech at the end of the presentation.
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!
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Video snippet - embedded Windows Media Player files
When the presentation finishes, manually exit using the ESC key.
An HDMI cord from your computer to a large screen TV is also effective.
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