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Science & Nature
Animal Study + Drawing: All About Black-Footed Cats
In this one-time class, students will learn about the physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, and conservation status of black-footed cats; Then, they will follow a step-by-step demonstration in order to learn to draw this tiny feline.
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Hello everyone! In this one-time class, students will learn all about the tiny (but fierce) black-footed cat! Students will learn about the physical characteristics, habitat, behavior, diet, and conservation status of this unique animal. They will also learn zoological vocabulary words such as “carnivore,” “nocturnal,” “feline,” and more. First, I will present the scientific information in a slideshow format. This presentation incorporates facts, illustrations, maps, short video clips, and...
1 file available upon enrollment-paper -pencil -eraser -printed coloring pages (Upon enrollment, the PDF will be available to download from the classroom page. Please message me if you are having trouble finding the download link. ) -coloring utensils of choice
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Because this is a science-based class about animals, I will be mentioning the fact that some animals hunt and eat other animals; however, there will be no graphic images, graphic videos, or graphic descriptions. Google Slides will be used to present the information and images to the learners. I will be using the screen-share function to present to the class. Learners will not need to have their own Google Slides accounts. Learners will not need to access any outside resources during the lesson.
REFERENCES: “Black-Footed Cat.” Brookfield Zoo, Chicago Zoological Society. https://www.czs.org/blackfootedcat. 28 June 2022. “Black-footed Cats.” Cincinnati Zoo https://cincinnatizoo.org/conservation/field-projects/black-footed-cats/ “Black-Footed Cat.” Utah’s Hogle Zoo. https://legacy.hoglezoo.org/meet_our_animals/animal_finder/black-footed_cat/. 30 June 2022. Bray, Shasta. “Saving the World’s Deadliest Cat.” Cincinnati Zoo. 16 February 2018. http://blog.cincinnatizoo.org/2018/02/16/saving-the-worlds-deadliest-cat/. 1 July 2022 Moresco, Anneke. “Have You Ever Heard of a Black-footed Cat?” Cincinnati Zoo. 2 January 2017. http://blog.cincinnatizoo.org/2017/01/02/have-you-ever-heard-of-a-black-footed-cat/. 1 July 2022. Sunquist, Mel, and Sunquist, Fiona. Wild Cats of the World. United States, University of Chicago Press, 2017.
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Hello! Welcome to my Outschool teacher page! My name is Alissa Agostini, and I live in Milwaukee, USA. I have been teaching online since 2017, and so far, I’ve taught over 7000 online reading and English classes. Before that, I taught in the...