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Science & Nature
How Scientists Classify Animals
A future vet, naturalist, zoologist or biologist will learn how scientists classify animals and how they are still discovering new species today.
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$15 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
50 minutes per class
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*Please note that I prefer students to have their videos on during classtime and keep chatroom conversation to a minimum. This is a great class for a student interested in a future with animals. Understanding how scientists classifiy animals is a great foundation for a future vet, naturalist, zoologist or biologist. Day 1 Students will define the word "classify". Students will learn who was Aristotle and Carolus Linnaeus? Students will learn the history of how scientists came to classifying...
The goal is to help students compare and contrast animals the way scientists did in order to organize them. They will learn the history and methods they took on to complete this huge undertaking of sorting life on Earth.
Having been a Science instructor for middle and high school students for over thirty-five years, I have enjoyed teaching about animals in my Biology and Life Science classes. I myself grew up with many different pets during my lifetime. With an array of animals experience, I was able to teach my students. I still have the passion to teach children all about animals.
Optional memorization and handout activities that are easy to do.
2 files available upon enrollmentComputer paper or a sketch pad will be needed for the student to make diagrams and draw various animal characteristics. Optional Reference Books Nonfiction: Animal: The Definitive Visual Guide to the World's Wildlife by David Burnie National Geographic Encyclopedia of Animals by Karen McGhee The Encyclopedia of Animals: A Complete Visual Guide by George McKay A Life in the Wild: George Schaller's Struggle to Save the Last Great Beasts by Pamela Turner
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
Students understanding is assessed orally through review of the course.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I may show students some preserved specimens during this class. I just wanted to bring this to the parent's attention.
Energetic and Engaging!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
153 total reviews
206 completed classes
Hello, My name is Patricia Valdez. I love teaching! I am a wife. I have four sons (who were homeschooled all the way thru to high school) and seven grandchildren. I am bilingual. I speak both English and Spanish. I enjoy gardening, upcycling and...