IMAGINE & MAKE OF THE WEEK
SAVING AFRICAN ELEPHANTS
Hello Imagine & Make students, welcome to Tanzania!
In this first LIVE EXPEDITION we'll adventure into the northwest region of Tarangine National Park in Tanzania to get a glimpse of the elephants protected in this area with Ismael. Bring all your questions to ask this National Park Ranger!
Later in this week you'll also adventure into other LIVE EXPEDITIONS that include Prison Island and the Serengeti.
This is a pre-recorded video for illustration purposes. This actual class is taught LIVE in the places showcased here.
See below for more things you'll learn this week...
Other grades available
Altruism is about helping others. Respect is about understanding different points of view. How do these concepts blend in a social cause? What is a social cause?
Geographers are interested in the physical systems and characteristics that shape places and regions. What could geographers study in Tanzania?
Elephants use communicative sounds like trumpets, purrs and rambles to exchange meaning with other elephants. How would you communicate emotion through simple sounds? How would you spell the sounds elephants make?
Elephants have incredible motor skills and visual memory. They can even pain using a brush! How do you think they can achieve this?
Tanzania's natural resources include minerals such as gold, silver and diamonds. How are this minerals mined? How can a tunnel be built to avoid collapse in a mine?
Design a 30 second choreography for one of your favorite songs using African dance moves.
What are some of the typical instruments used in music from Tanzania. How is it different to my favorite songs, and how is it similar?
Conservation biology studies the management of Earth's resources. Looking at your surroundings what can you tell needs more conservation biologists?
Host teacher of the Week
Isma is a ranger at the National Park of Tangerine in Tanzania. He has been devoted to create conservationism awareness to protect endangered species for more than 10 years.
5th Grade Homeroom Teacher
OISE University of Toronto
Susan is originally from Toronto, before studying education she studied visual art at Sheridan Tech. Susan loves colors and Thai food.
In this wee we are learning the importance of taking care of our planet's resources, managing waste, and also the relevance of creating awareness about social causes.
DESIGN A POSTER to promote organizations that help endangered species.
What tools would you use to make your poster beautiful and credible?