Help students understand why scientists use Latin and Greek for scientific names using this vividly illustrated PowerPoint presentation on binomial nomenclature.
The presentation contains text animations and smooth film-like transitions between slides for the best viewing by students. Every slide is explained in text so that students could watch it quietly at their own desk on a laptop. Or, you can record your own voice-over of the presentation.
The presentation uses high-resolution photographs and original vector illustrations.
The preview will show you most of the slides in the presentation so that you can make a good purchase decision. There is one slide with a sound recording (coyote barking).
This presentation is best used in conjunction with another of my presentations:
It explains the classification system from kingdom to species with vivid vector graphics in a graphic novel style. Together they make an original and high quality illustrated story, which is sure to engage your students.
This presentation is also part of a bundle of classification resources which you can see here: Classification Bundle
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