Science & Nature
Share Your Pets! Featuring LIVE Reptiles! Show and Tell
Lizards, snakes, cats, and dogs, oh my! I can't wait to teach you all about my pet animals, and I am so excited to learn about yours in this informative show and tell class! This class will help build your child's confidence in their public speaking skills as they teach others about their own pets! (nature) (science) (animals) (reptiles) (cute) (creepy) (social) (English) (gecko) (axolotl)
MARIE ARSENAULT MA, BEd, BA Animal Science
4598 total reviews for this teacher
24 reviews for this class
Completed by 115 learners
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How does a “One-Time” class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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Join us as we learn about all different kinds of pets, from furry pets, to reptiles, and everything in between! Your child will have the opportunity to share their favorite pet with the class! I will also include some of my own pets in this social activity:) Which ones? You'll have to come and find out! This class is interactive, and every learner will be given the chance to share and answer questions from other learners about their animal. Sharing about a pet can be a fun way for your...
Speaking in a group can be intimidating for some of our learners, both young and old. However, when the discussion is on a topic that is near and dear to their hearts, like a beloved pet, nerves fall to the side, and wonderful conversations can be had! Your child will be able to practice their research skills before class, and verbally share their knowledge with the rest of us, giving them the opportunity to become more comfortable with public speaking. They may even learn something they didn't already know about their pet! I am so excited to teach your child all about my wacky and wonderful pets, and to learn about theirs too!
The following questions are simply suggestions to guide your child's research online: What is your pet's name? Is your pet a male or female? What species or breed (if applicable) is it? Where did it originally come from (imported, locally bred, etc...)? What does it eat? How do you care for it? What is your favorite thing about it? What are some pros and cons about owning this type of pet? What do you want to tell people about your pet that you haven't already mentioned? Your child can include other interesting facts as well! If they cannot find the answers to some of the questions, don't worry! This is meant to be a fun, interactive class, with no pressure. The research simply gives the participants something to talk about, as well as extra knowledge to answer questions other learners may have about your child's pet.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will be presenting on their animal in class; assessment will be informal and will be centered around the group discussion.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
MARIE ARSENAULT MA, BEd, BA Animal ScienceReptile Enthusiast, Animal Lover and Teacher of All Things Weird!
4598 total reviews
2712 completed classes
Hello friends! My name is Marie, and I would love to teach your child about Science and Nature, Social Studies, and English! I will use every opportunity I can to incorporate my reptilian and furry pets into my lessons, where applicable! I have...