Science & Nature
Marine Biology – Exploring Aquatic and Semi-Aquatic Animals | Part Two
Many creatures rely on aquatic ecosystems for their survival. Each week, two aquatic or semi-aquatic creatures from around the world will step into the spotlight and be the focus of learning | (Zoology) (Wildlife) (Science)
1835 total reviews for this teacher
year old learners
US Grade Level
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
40 minutes per class
The diversity of aquatic and semi-aquatic creatures is incredible. From the elegance of the blanket octopus to the strong venom of the box jelly these creatures are ready to shock you with their amazing adaptations. Two aquatic (or semi-aquatic) animals take the spotlight in each of these weekly, fact-filled lessons. The animals will include a variety of invertebrates, mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians and seabirds. There are twenty-two classes of two creatures each before the sessions...
This class is taught in English.
Learners will learn many things such as behaviour, diet, and fascinating facts about two aquatic/semi-aquatic species per week.
I have a strong passion for animals and have even worked in a large aquarium with creatures such as stingrays, jellyfish and many fish species. I love getting others excited about the animal kingdom and feel as though I can approach this topic with a lot of fun and excitement for the learners.
I will provide an (optional) handout that students can use for note taking if they would like to.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Educator and Adventurer
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
1835 total reviews
675 completed classes
🦅 A Bit About Me Hello! My name is Marc and I am an educator from Canada. I have a passion for all things to do with adventure, traveling and (most strongly) animals. I have a Bachelor of Science with a major in Zoology and have worked in many...