Reflection: ELL Students What can we learn from the Bear-Dog? - Section 1: Explore

 

This is an explanation of how I use the Latin names of animal species to help students practice decoding. 

  Using Latin Names to Practice Basic Decoding Strategies
  ELL Students: Using Latin Names to Practice Basic Decoding Strategies
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What can we learn from the Bear-Dog?

Unit 4: Fossil Evidence
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: Students will read about what scientists learn about ancient mammals from their fossils.

Big Idea: Analysis of fossils gives information about ancient climate, animal behavior, and animal characteristics.

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Science, fossils
  45 minutes
amphicyon ingens reconstruction
 
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