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View Resource The New York Times Daily Lesson Plan: Animal Fact or Fiction

Animals have long captured the human imagination, and it is not always easy to decipher animal fact from fiction. This intriguing lesson plan challenges students to analyze information about animals more closely, conduct research, and write about an animal as well. Designed for grades 6-12, the one-hour lesson was authored by Michelle Sale (of The New York Times Learning Network) and Javaid Khan...

View Resource Tigers

This World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Web site offers an excellent introduction to tigers and WWF efforts to protect these highly endangered animals. The site covers tiger natural history, related scientific research, and current WWF projects in India and elsewhere. In Field Notes, visitors can retrace the route of a WWF conservation officer who has recently returned from a world tour of tiger field...

View Resource Quia Science Activities

Quia Corporation was founded in 1998 to improve education through Web-based technologies. This site contains a searchable collection of general science games and quizzes created by educators for students to play on the computer. The games consist of matching, flash cards, concentration (memory) and word searches. The subject matter is continually changing as this site is edited and updated.

View Resource Zoo Test: A Self-Testing Website for Animal Biology

This Web site was developed by Rick Gillis and Roger Haro of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Biology Department as a study guide for Animal Biology students. By navigating through the self tests that include images of animal cells, tissues, and structures, students can review or learn about the animal kingdom. Organisms ranging from protozoa to vertebrates are included in three self tests....

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