Lessons for Primates

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  • Apes To Man - … apes 8. Challenges to the preservation of nonhuman primates in the wild 9. Primates in captivity Comparing Hands Using a human skeleton … , ChimpanZoo (a research project), and other anthropological/primtology links. Primate Info Net: Primate Image Resources Photographs and Quicktime videos about apes, including … . anthropoid Definition:Humanlike. (Note: Anthropoidea is a suborder of primates.) Context:Higher primates (more advanced) such as monkeys, chimps, and humans are …
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  • Safety in Numbers - … social behavior plays in the daily life of these primates. 4. Synthesize primate research information by creating informational posters. Resources / Materials: -student … on the social behavior of a different type of primate (humans are primates) in Africa and the role that gathering in groups … behaviors have been observed and recorded in this primate group? -Compare and contrast primate group behaviors and individual behaviors. -What reproductive and …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Primate Primer - … . Consider the primate family tree and note the similarities and differences among primate species. 2. Learn about threats to the primate family by … the primate family. 4. Compose fictional skits based on factual information about interactions among different primates. Resources / Materials: -picture of the primate family … , siamangs, gibbons, chimpanzees, and orangutans. Primates.com (http://www.primates.com/) provides comprehensive information about the different primate species. Bagheera- A Website for …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • How Classification Reflects Evolution - … Trees of Primates, based on access page for various molecular criteria all Overhead Primate Morphology: Primate Skull and Dental Transparencies Attributions (matrix) Primate Morphology: Glossary of Terms (to be added later) Primate Cladogram: based on Primate Morphology (pre-molecular) Phylogenetic Tree based on Primate Chromosome …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Evolution Mini-lesson: Primate Classification - … classification. 2. This could also be used at any time primate relationships, primate classification (and the human placement in this context) becomes … which present at least two or three different primates, preferably a large sampling of primates from different groups. Students could also be … on the ENSI site that explore primate classification and evolution further are "Molecular Sequences and Primate Evolution" and "Nuts & Bolts Classification - Arbitrary …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Summarize the Danger! - … help summarize as well. Materials: Article from Time for Kids, "Primates in Danger"(attached), paper, pencils, chalkboard, chalk Procedures: 1. How … ,1048649,00.html Article: WORLD NEWS Primates in Danger About a quarter of the world's primates, are at risk of becoming … illegal animal trade are reducing the world's primate population. "The situation for these primates is down to the wire in terms …
    User Rating: Grade Level: Pre-K
  • Introduction to Evolution: How Did We Get Here? - … Activities, students explore the specifics of humanevolution, through our earliest primate ancestors to the present day, throughweb interactives and videos from … familytree does go back even further, as Darwin speculated, to primates including gorillas, monkeys,and our closest living relatives, chimpanzees. 2 … video relating to our primate ancestry. Ask students to observe the evolutionarydistance between modern humans and the primates mentioned in the video …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Introduction to Evolution: How Did We Get Here? - … Activities, students explore the specifics of humanevolution, through our earliest primate ancestors to the present day, throughweb interactives and videos from … familytree does go back even further, as Darwin speculated, to primates including gorillas, monkeys,and our closest living relatives, chimpanzees. 2 … video relating to our primate ancestry. Ask students to observe the evolutionarydistance between modern humans and the primates mentioned in the video …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Prime-Time Primates: Finger Food - … lemurs of Madagascar represent just one family of primates. Nearly 200 species of primates exist today; many are endangered. The aye-aye … . Ancestral lemurs in Africa became displaced by other species of primates. Its middle finger. Woodpecker (similar foraging techniques). Habitats range from … Galapagos Islands. ACTIVITY 2: WHO'S WHO AMONG THE PRIMATES? Select a primate species to investigate and work in a cooperative group …
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  • Great Apes - … . 3. Describe the major characteristics of primates. 4. Many great novels and classic movies have primates as main characters: Tarzan, Planet of … controversial issues, and encouraging the conservation of these mighty primates. Links Connections: Primates Teacher guides, lesson plans, activities, and a gallery of … are listed. African Primates at Home Includes photos, sounds, and information. Appropriate for grades K - 12. Primate Info Net: Primate Images Photographs and …
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