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LESSON EXPLORING MAP SKILLS, Time for an adventure at sea Like Dolittle your students will navigate. their way through an archipelago using a map and a dash of imagination. Objective Prep Before the lesson clear an open C, ompass rose displays orientation. Students will interpret space Display the cardinal directions of cardinal directions. and construct maps N S E and W on four opposing walls. to describe locations Labels indicates locations and. environmental The character Doctor Dolittle takes landforms examples name of a city. characteristics and many adventures on his boat at sea body of water island etc. both geographical and Ask students to stand and imagine they. human made features, are aboard a ship Review the cardinal. directions on the wall Then have, 4 Direct students to follow the. instructions on the activity sheet to, navigate Dolittle s sailing adventure.
C3 students follow these verbal cues Sail, D2 Geo 1 Construct Circulate as they work to offer help with. two paces north Rock the boat east and, maps of familiar and map interpretation where needed. west Sail one pace to the east Lean with, unfamiliar places Activity sheet answer key 1 north 2 east. the strong wind approaching from the dangerous water 3 southeast 4 south 5 north. D2 Geo 3 Use maps to south Turn to the north to brace for an. describe locations approaching wave Veer off course two To wrap up challenge students to. paces east Estimate how many paces create a unique map of their own. Common Core ELA, and in which direction you will travel to island and write a tour itinerary that uses. W 3 5 2 Write, informative make landfall back at your desk cardinal directions and descriptive details.
explanatory texts To increase the challenge Add, Time northeast northwest southeast and. 35 minutes southwest into the mix You may also, wish to discuss these directions in. Navigate the High relation to regions of the U S map. Seas activity sheet, 2 Distribute the Navigate the High Seas. activity sheet Explain that the map, depicts a journey that Doctor Dolittle. takes through The Baffling Archipelago, an archipelago is a collection of islands.
Note that maps have elements that help, travelers find their way. BRAIN BREAK, 3 Prompt for each of the map s, 2020 Universal Studios All Rights Reserved. elements asking students to share Play a memory game using the. their prior knowledge cardinal directions posted in your. classroom Start off by asking, Title indicates the location of map. students to face north then south, Legend defines features and Up the ante by asking students to. symbols a map uses turn south then west then east, How long can your students last.
Scale ratio of distance shown on the, before they lose their way. map to actual real life distance, Navigate the High Seas. Fill in the blanks below to help Doctor Dolittle sail safely through the waters. Doctor Dolittle is sailing to uncharted territory Help him navigate from A to E on the map. 1 Doctor Dolittle s whale Humphrey guides his ship through the ocean First help Humphrey. travel to B island, 2 Next travel to C island Just be careful of the to. the south of the island Hint check the Legend for clues. 2020 Universal Studios All Rights Reserved, 3 From C island you ll need to sail to reach D island. 4 Uh oh Steer clear of the giant creature to the of the island. ravel to E island There s more dangerous waters to the of the island so you. can t take a direct route, 6 Write the route you ll take to uncharted territory instead.
LESSON ANIMAL COMMUNICATION CLUES, Introduce the discoveries of animal behaviorists and challenge your. students to use observation to interpret nonverbal cues. Students will observe, the differences, 1 Doctor Dolittle has the power to talk. to animals but how do the rest of us, know what animals are communicating. a behaviorist and Doctor Dolittle would, as you demonstrate nonverbal cues. eye rolling waving hello smiling arms, between verbal Ask your class Can you ever tell what crossed sighing jumping excitedly Have.
and nonverbal, communication and animals are thinking or feeling Have them predict what emotion you were. analyze a reading them share things a pet may tell us trying to communicate with each cue. passage about animal without words Then read the prompts. below and have students suggest what, each action may be communicating. 4 Distribute the Find Out What Animals, Are Saying activity sheet Have. students read and answer the questions, Common Core ELA Gorilla beating his chest a threatening. RI 3 2 4 2 5 2, Determine the, gesture warning others to back off.
Dog bowing down on her front paws, 5 Wrap up by having student groups. write and perform skits that include, main idea examples of verbal and nonverbal human. RI 3 1 Answer a friendly gesture that invites other dogs communication Ask peers to play the. questions to show to play role of behaviorists and report their. understanding of a text observations at the end, Ostrich crouching low waving his. RI 4 1 Refer to wings a courtship gesture intended to Activity Sheet Answer Key 1 a sugar glider hiss. details in a text when giraffe humming polar bear chuffing b gorilla. explaining it attract a partner warning scent c polar bear paws and muzzle d. giraffe stare 2 Sugar gliders gorillas polar bears. W 3 5 3 B Use As a scientist Doctor Dolittle also and giraffes all use communication for protection. polar bears also use it to teach survival skills 3. dialogue and relies on observation to learn about Animals communicate in many nonverbal ways. descriptions of actions animals Explain that observation is an in order to help themselves their family or their. thoughts and feelings species survive and flourish. important scientific tool for scientists, to show the response. of characters to known as behaviorists who study, situations animal behavior to interpret what.
animals may be thinking and feeling, Distinguish between Have students brainstorm interesting. nonverbal and verbal animal observations that they ve made. cues and messages in their everyday lives e g birds flying in. a V formation ants working as a team, squirrels gathering nuts etc BRAIN BREAK. 2020 Universal Studios All Rights Reserved, 45 minutes. Plus time for skit prep, and presentation 3 Remind students that humans. are animals too Although we, communicate through speech we also.
Challenge students to put, themselves in order e g line. Materials give a lot of clues about what we are, up from youngest to oldest or. Find Out What alphabetically by first name, thinking and how we are feeling through. Animals Are Saying without speaking and using only. activity sheet facial expressions body language and. nonverbal clues, other signals Ask students to record. observations and interpretations just like, Continue the animal chatter on social media DolittleMovie.
Find Out What Animals Are Saying, Doctor Dolittle talks to animals But real life scientists learn about animals by. observing their behavior Discover more below then answer the questions. Silent Alarm YOUR TURN, When male silverback gorillas are under threat they give off a Answer the questions on. very specific smell The scent can be detected at a distance It separate paper. warns the gorilla s troop of danger without making a sound. escribe an example of animal, Stone Cold Stare communication that relies on. Giraffes were once thought to be silent animals It turns out a Sound c Touch. they communicate through a very quiet humming sound b Scent d Sight. but only with other giraffes So when face to face with a. hoose two examples of, predator a giraffe will stare it down with its large eyes This. animal communication, warns the other animal to back off.
Explain how each example, Life Lessons helps the animal to survive. Polar bears are solitary animals That means they spend 3 Summarize the main idea. most of their lives living on their own To prepare her cub for of the text. solitary life in the tundra habitat a mother polar bear uses. her paws her muzzle and a chuffing sound to discourage. dangerous behavior and teach important life skills. Hiss Alert, Sugar gliders live in groups and they make their nests in. trees When they are under attack by predators they attract. friends by making a hissing sound A group is safer. than being alone They also make a chattering sound. when they are happy 2020 Universal Studios All Rights Reserved. STAR SCIENTISTS, These three famous behavioral scientists observed animals in their. habitats and made some amazing discoveries, JANE GOODALL KARL VON FRISCH KONRAD LORENZ. Tool Kit Super Navigation Imprinting, Chimpanzees make Bees use the sun as Baby geese might.
tools for eating and a compass choose foster parents. grooming of a different species, LESSON ANIMALS AND TEAMWORK. Humans aren t the only animals who work together Students will. uncover ways that animals cooperate to survive and thrive. Objective Prep Write the following Dolittle animal to match each animal to its cooperative. Students will examine characters on slips of paper Yoshi polar behavior or relationship to its ecosystem. how animals rely bear Tutu fox Dab Dab duck Barry, on group behavior. the food web and, their ecosystems for, tiger Betsy giraffe Jip dog Plimpton. ostrich Chee Chee gorilla Mini sugar, 5 Have students write a journal entry. describing an animal s behavior as, though they are observing it in the wild.
survival glider Polynesia parrot, For younger students Encourage them. NGSS 1 Break students into groups Hand, out character slips to one student. from each group That student should, to focus on group behavior. For older students Encourage them to, LS2 D Social. Interactions and announce the character s name only focus on the food web. Group Behavior Then group members will work together Activity Sheet Answer Key sugar gliders spot food. 3 LS2 1 Animals form to ask up to 20 yes or no questions to at night gorillas babysit polar bears swim in icy. water ducks dive underwater ostriches take turns, groups for survival discover what animal matches their incubating.
5 LS2 1 Movement character s name Encourage questions. of matter among related to animal features diet and. plants animals habitat e g Do you have feathers Can. decomposers and the you breathe underwater Are you an. environment, herbivore Do you live in a jungle, 20 Questions Game. Work as a team, Listen and ask, 2 Lead a discussion Ask What. strategies did your group use to guess, their animals Which parts of working as. questions a team made the task easier and which, Follow directions parts were more difficult. Take turns, 60 minutes 3 Explain that animals often work in.
groups to get a job done Ask What, are some of the reasons animals might. work together Prompt for ideas central, Play Wild Cards. activity sheet to survival like protecting their young. and finding food water and shelter, For older students Prompt discussions. BRAIN BREAK, 2020 Universal Studios All Rights Reserved. about how the food webs in habitats, provide animals with energy from the sun.
Sit in a circle Shout out the name, via teamwork among plants herbivores. of an animal and toss a ball to a, carnivores and decomposers. student Students should say a, 4 Distribute the Play Wild Cards activity physical attribute of that animal. sheet Have students work in pairs to name a new animal and toss the. cut out the cards then rearrange them ball to a classmate Repeat. Play Wild Cards, Doctor Dolittle keeps a journal to record his research about animals First. learn about his animal friends by cutting out and matching each animal. with its fun fact Then imagine you are a behaviorist and write what you. observe about an animal in the wild, Sugar Glider, Mothers and fathers take turns.
rotating and incubating the, eggs in their sandy nest. These swimmers can take long, dips in icy Arctic waters thanks to. an insulating layer of blubber and, a thick furry coat. Polar Bear, These animals press the air out, of their feathers so they can. dive underwater to find food in, their wetland habitat.
Thanks to their large eyes these, nocturnal creatures can spy. something yummy to eat even in, the darkest night, 2020 Universal Studios All Rights Reserved. These creatures help raise and care, for babies in their troop even if. they re not the parent it s kind of, like babysitting but in the jungle. Sponsored Family Take Home Activity, Animal Fun for the Family.
In the movie Dolittle Doctor Dolittle talks to animals But in real life we have to interpret. their nonverbal clues to figure out what they re trying to say With your family brainstorm. how these animal pals might communicate with body language then share behaviors. you ve observed in your own family members, Communication Clues. SCHOLASTIC and associated logos are trademarks and or registered trademarks of Scholastic Inc All rights reserved 2020 695574. When Jip the dog is happy When Plimpton the ostrich When Yoshi the polar bear. he is scared he is cold he, When I am happy I When my sister or brother is When my parent is cold. scared they they, 2020 Universal Studios All Rights Reserved. travel to B island 2 Next travel to C island Just be careful of the to the south of the island Hint check the Legend for clues 3 From C island you ll need to sail to reach D island 4 Uh oh S teer clear of the giant creature to the of the island 5 Travel to E island There s more dangerous waters to the of the island so you

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