A teacher's guide and resource book for designing and conducting live animal activities that are non-invasive and observation-oriented.Make sure students are fully aware of what is expected of them. 7. ... After the trip, play your recordings and see if the students can match the calls to the type of frog or toad that made the call. ... Have students diagram and label a frog (or road) and its parts: mouth, nostrils, eyes, tympanic membrane (external eardrum), front anbsp;...
|Author||:||Walter Dennis Holley|
|Publisher||:||Roberts Rinehart - 1997-09-01|