Animal Studies Teacher's Guide

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Carolina Biological Supply Company, Publications Department, Jan 1, 1997 - Animal behavior - 232 pages
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"By caring for three different animals from three diverse habitats, students develop skills in observing and describing the animals' physical characteristics and behaviors, as well as in answering their own questions through research and exchanging information."--p.4.

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Contents

Goals for Animal Studies
2
Unit Overview and Materials List
4
Important Information on Live Materials
7
Teaching Animal Studies
8
Thinking about Animals and Their Homes
17
Inviting Animals into the Classroom
25
Dwarf African Frogs
35
Observing the Frogs More Closely
51
How Do the Animals Respond to a Change in Their Habitats?
121
Observing Humans Closely
129
Researching Animal Behavior
137
What Makes an Animal Special?
149
What Makes an Animal Special?
157
Theres No Place Like Home
171
Presenting Our Research
179
PostUnit Assessment
183

Fiddler Crabs
63
Observing the Fiddler Crabs More Closely
79
Observing the Behavior of the Frogs and Crabs
89
Snails
101
Observing the Land Snails More Closely
111
Additional Assessments
187
Resources for Teachers and the Class
199
Appendix A Tips on Receiving Live Materials
213
Appendix B Discussing Death
217
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