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LessonCorner Worksheets for Zoology
  1.   Animal Characteristics
Claws, Sharp Teeth, Roamed, Flew, Ringed Eyes, Orderly , Meaningful, Swam, Walked, Behaved
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  2.   Animals
Camel, Trunk, Squirt, Giraffe, Male, Bright, Desert, Attract, Paddle, Dust
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  3.   Insects And Birds
Grasshopper, Cockroach, Fly, Beetle, Dragonfly, Nightingale, Stork, Sea Gull, Albatross, Hornbill
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 196 for Zoology
  1.   Origin of the Species vs. Zoological Philosophy
...newTopArea/HatchTopArea.swf) Note to the Teacher:This versatile lesson plan unit, which compares the theories of Darwin and Lamarck, is designed for MIDDLE SCHOOL, JUNIOR HIGH, OR HIGH SCHOOL students in EARTH SCIENCE, BIOLOGY, HISTORY, ETHNICS, GEOGRAPHY and/or ECONOMICS. Origin of the Species vs. Zoological Philosophy SUBTOPIC: Darwin and Lamarck A "Bird-Rabbit" Controversy OBJECTIVES: The students will: 1) debate the theories of Darwin and Lamarck 2) construct an extinct "critter," or one on the endangered species list 3) use an imaginary organism to simulate the concept of predator vs. prey 4) determine...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Wildlife Adventures: Animal Adaptations
...Appetizer: Fruit (grapes) Entrees: Alfalfa and cloves (salad with alfalfa sprouts), Vegetables (corn, carrots, beans) Dessert: Grass (green coconut on cupcakes) After students have completed the activity, ask one person from each group to present their menu to the class. * 2003-2006 Southern Nevada Zoological and Botanical Park Visitor Information Adopt An Animal Mission Support Contact Us Education
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  3.   Wildlife Adventures: Creatures of Scale
...fter completion of the worksheet, students may draw their reptile on the back of the page. 1. This reptile lives... 2. This reptile moves by ... 3. This reptile eats ... 4. It gets its food by ... 5. The color of this reptile is ... 6. This reptile protects itself by ... * 2003-2006 Southern Nevada Zoological and Botanical Park Visitor Information Adopt An Animal Mission Support Contact Us Education
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    Grade Level: K-2

  4.   The "Nuts and Bolts" of Taxonomy and Classification
The "Nuts and Bolts" of Taxonomy and Classification Compiled by R. Hays Cummins, Interdisciplinary Studies, Miami University (Sources include Mayr, E. 1969. Principles of Systematic Zoology. McGraw-Hill: New York.) Welcome! It is 4:28:18 PM on Friday, January 18, 2008. This page has served 320498 visitors. Last Update: Monday, October 27, 2003. Introduction We use this lab in Patterns and Processes, Evolution of Past & Present Ecosystems, and Tropical Marine Ecology. This exercise illustrates...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   The Thermodynamics of Pizza
...Oklahoma Climatological Survey That entopy-nerial spirit! What is thermodynamics? The movement of heat! (or more properly, energy!) There are 3 Laws of Thermodynamics: These laws may seem remote to most people, but they can be applied to every aspect of science, from astrophysics to meteorology, to zoology, to pizza! The First Law says energy is conserved; The Second Law says everything moves toward equilibrium because of something called entropy; The Third Law says that there is a lowest temperature, called absolute zero, where this entropy stuff is zero. Now, for the details First Law of Thermodynamics The...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  6.   Around-the-World Zoo: Summary
...oo Summary Scenario Student Pages Index of Projects Subject: Biology Grade Level: 10 Abstract: The students design and maintain a zoo website. They research, classify, and provide habitats for different animals. They interact with experts in the animal field, such as zoo keepers, veterinarians, and zoology professors. The students communicate with other students from around the world to learn about new animals to add to their zoo. Learner Description/Environment: The students involved in this project are in the Basic Biology classes at LaSalle-Peru Township High School in LaSalle, Illinois. Basic Biology is...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  7.   An Invitation to Islands
...dor's Pacific coast, this mysterious and fascinating archipelago is comprised of 13 large islands, six smaller ones and over 40 islets. Together they cover 2, 938 sq.. Miles. Most are south of the Equator where several marine currents converge. Thus, all of the elements were in place to create this zoological, geological, and botanical wonder. The islands emerged from the Pacific some three to five million years ago as the result of underwater volcanic eruptions. It is the lava formations and volcanic rock that give the tourist an eerie "other world" feeling when seeing the islands. Through the evolutionary...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   ABC Book of Fauna
...pes of fauna (animals) found in the various biomes throughout the world. Content Standard(s): SC(9-12) Biology 15. Identify biomes based on environmental factors and native organisms. SC(9-12) Marine Biology Elective 9. Arrange various forms of marine life from most simple to most complex. SC(9-12) Zoology Elective 4. Use taxonomic groupings to differentiate the structure and physiology of invertebrates with dichotomous keys. SC(9-12) Zoology Elective 5. Use taxonomic groupings to differentiate structure and physiology of vertebrates with dichotomous keys. SC(9-12) Zoology Elective 7. Explain how species ada...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   Anatomical Terms in Zoology
Lesson Plan ID: 24028 Title: Anatomical Terms in Zoology Overview/Annotation: This lesson will allow students to learn anatomical terminology using a website. The students will then prepare picture definitions of the terms. This lesson plan was created as a result of the Girls Engaged in Math and Science, GEMS Project funded by the Malone Family Foundation. Cont...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  10.   Pond Water Zoology (includes BLM Pond Water Zoology)
Science 5 Standard 4 Combo 1/7/03 10:38 AM Page 171 Standard Indicators 5.4.2, 5.4.3 Pond Water Zoology Purpose Students will observe and be able to describe that some organisms consist of a single cell and some are made of a collection of similar cells that benefit from cooperating and that whether an organism is one cell or many, it needs food, water, air, a way to dispose of waste, and an environment in w...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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