GREAT FOR AFRICA STUDIES! READING LESSONS! LIFE SCIENCE LESSONS! RESEARCH PAPERS
A FUN, MOTIVATING WAY FOR LEARNERS TO ENGAGE!
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.
Are jackals related to wolves and dogs?
answer - Yes! Jackals belong to the dog family Canidae and the genus Canis which includes dogs, jackals, and wolves.
Why would the Black-backed jackal prefer to live in open grassland areas?
answer - Black-backed jackals prefer to live in open terrain without to many trees and brush – in areas where carnivores hunt their prey. Farm areas also provide excellent scavenging and foraging opportunities.
The presentations are designed:-
As an introduction to an African animal study through inspiring curiosity and building up on existing knowledge
As a non-fictional reading exercise by enhancing reading skills, including comprehension and vocabulary
As an independent mini lesson
As a resource for study skills practice, note taking, summarizing
A basis for a life science report
A basis for a prepared or unprepared speech
As a motivation for creative or informative writing
Development of critical and logical thinking skills
To support social interaction through meaningful discussion
And above all to encourage a love for learning
During the presentation:-
Learners may record their answers to posed questions or simply give a verbal response
Learners develop note taking skills by recording key word/phrases from the slides
Learners write a report/summary at the end of the presentation
ENJOY A FUN WAY TO LEARN!
Choose the presentation that best suits you:
SLIDE SHOW PPSX
PPSX files open in slideshow or play-presentation mode, when double-clicked.
Video snippet - embedded Windows Media Player files
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 Smart Board, or whiteboard projector.
Tool bar menu – view – full screen mode, to exit press esc.
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