Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation Engage - How Can We Help Endangered Species? - Section 3: Explore - Researching an Endangered Species


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Engage - How Can We Help Endangered Species?

Unit 14: Create a Zoo Habitat
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: Students will engage in a preliminary investigation of how people can help animals that are not adapting well to environmental changes, such as habitat loss.

Big Idea: An understanding of species success or failure to adapt to a changing environment is the foundation of developing solutions to assist endangered species.

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