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Endangered Animals

Subject(s): ELA/Science
 Grade Level: 3
Author(s): Lisa Overton
 
  
Synopsis: This project is to investigate what humans have done which has in turn caused problems for wildlife.  Examples include, but are not limited to:  global warming, habitat destruction, deforestation, invasive species, gaps in food webs, man-made inventions (boats and floodgates harming manatees), etc.  Additionally, students will explore ideas that we personally can or humankind should do to address these problems.  Student groups will each choose a particular animal to focus on, research its habitat and reasons for endangerment and present their findings through a multimedia project.
   
Driving Question: Why are animals endangered?
 
To learn more about this project, click here: endangered animals.doc

 



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