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Human Prey - Deadly Waters (free online animal video - question worksheet)

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This purchase is an excellent addition to any middle or high school science unit focusing on animals and ecosystems.

The video series is HUMAN PREY and it can be found FREE on You Tube. The video length is 48 minutes which will make it ideal for one class period. Because the video can be found free online this assignment can also easily be used for homework or extra credit (easy for students to use via their phones).

HUMAN PREY: DEADLY WATERS documents three separate animal attack encounters that people survived (alligator, saltwater crocodile, hippopotamus). The video explains the situation that led to the attack, how the people were attacked and the injuries they suffered, as well as information pertaining to the three different predatory animal species covered in the video.

Included with the purchase:
1) Link and directions to find the video on You Tube.
2) 33 question video worksheet for students to watch through the course of the video. This will help students stay focused and identify the key elements of the three separate encounters between humans and predatory animals.
3) Answer key to the video question sheet is provided

The assignment is provided as an MS-Word document so you can edit to best fit the needs of your classroom and students. Thank you for your purchase and for taking the time to leave me positive feedback.
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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