Science & Nature
Giraffes: Distinguishing the 8 Types
We will learn fun facts about giraffes, identify the 8 different types of giraffes, and what threatens them.
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In this course, we will learn fun facts about giraffes, be able to distinguish between the 8 different types of giraffes, and discuss their habitats and locations. We will also talk about what threatens giraffes and why they are endangered. This class will use pictures, illustrations, maps, props, and a question and answer discussion to learn about giraffes with time for additional questions at the end. Learners do not need to have any background in giraffes or Africa to participate. By the...
Students will be able to classify giraffes into 8 types. Students will be able to identify the threats giraffes face.
Growing up I have always been an avid conservationist and have gone on safaris in seven African countries over the years of travelling around Southern Africa. As a child I participated in the schools scout organization Simba's Pride, part of which involved distinguishing animals. Afterwards I reached the age limit I then joined the Chongololo Conservation Club for a year. Afterwards I became a Youth Leader for Simba's Pride, part of which was taking them out into the bush in Nsobe Game Camp to help them with their fauna and flora classification activities. I have also been to 17 different national parks in 7 different countries in East and Southern Africa which has helped me identify 4 of the 8 species in person.
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40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ezekiel KrollTraveler, Historian, and Reader
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Two topics that I enjoy teaching about and researching are history and geography from around the world. Having visited 17 different countries and lived in three, I have discovered that there is always something new to learn and each country is...