TEXASINSECTS Page 4
YOURFAVORITE SMART ANIMAL
HOW SMART ARE DOGS
ANIMALS & ECOSYSTEMS• Classroom Game: Divide students into six groups—Habitat, Feeding,• Breeding, Body Features, Beha...
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Museum tour, January 27, 2012, UT-Austin
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. TEXASINSECTS Page 4
  • 2. YOURFAVORITE SMART ANIMAL
  • 3. HOW SMART ARE DOGS
  • 4. ANIMALS & ECOSYSTEMS• Classroom Game: Divide students into six groups—Habitat, Feeding,• Breeding, Body Features, Behavior, and History—and send the groups to• The Online Anteater Web site (http://www.maiaw.com/anteater/). Explain• that each group’s task is to write five challenging questions. The questions• can be a mix of multiple choice and true or false, but the groups must• include the correct answer with their questions and label them with their• Published by Discovery Education.  2005. All rights reserved.• group’s name. Collect the questions and reassemble the class into three• teams—Habitat & Feeding, Breeding & Body Features, and Behavior &• History. Play a quiz game in which you randomly read the groups’• questions, allowing the two uninvolved teams to compete for the first• correct answer. Keep score, assigning two points for every right answer• and subtracting one point for each wrong one.