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Pokemon Snap: Environments in the Lental Region (Multi-Day Course) Part 2
In this 4-week course, we will explore four locations in the Lental Region! Students will learn environmental science vocabulary and ecology topics by comparing Pokemon and their environments to the real world!
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
$10 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
50 minutes per class
**It isn't required to take Part 1 before Part 2. However, if you want your learner to have the foundational vocabulary for the course, then Part 1 would be recommended.** Photographers, scientists, and Pokemon enthusiasts can all agree, Pokemon Snap is a game that steals the hearts of all! Taking place in the Lental Region, your learner will explore the many different environments and learn about the numerous types of Pokemon that live there. We will have discussions about why certain...
Students will learn to express their knowledge about environments in a scientific way by using the correct vocabulary and identifying traits in the different environments and organisms that live there. Some example vocabulary will include: adaptations, conservation science, niche, and habitat. We learn new vocabulary at the beginning of every lesson and use it throughout the lesson to help reinforce understanding.
Share your photos! If your student has a photo they would like to share, upload the photo to the computer or iPad BEFORE class! If time permits in the lesson, we will have a discussion/share time to look at them! Instructions on how to download pictures: On the Switch, go to “system settings” at the bottom on the home page. Click into it and select “data management.” Once you’ve selected “data management” click on “manage screenshots.” Plug in your Switch to the USB cable and plug the USB cable into the computer. You’ll select “Copy to a computer via USB connection.” A folder should then pop-up on your desktop and you’ll be able to go to your Switch’s album and select your favorite picture to save and share!
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meet the teacher
Hi there! I am Ms. Walker and in my class I believe in teaching science to the interest of the learner! It’s all about creating a connection, establishing confidence, and getting creative when it comes to the various topics science has to offer!...