Thursday, February 16, 2012 • Please remember the expectations for entering the room. • Copy today’s “I can” statement. • Fill out your agenda. Thank you! C: 0 (after bell rings) H: quietly ask a neighbor; after bell, raise hand A: independent work M: 0 (after bell rings) P: complete bellringer
Jane Goodall Jane Goodall was a pioneering English primatologist (a person who studies primates, which is a group of animals that includes human beings, apes, monkeys, and others). Her methods of studying animals in the wild, which emphasized patient observation over long periods of time of both social groups and individual animals, changed not only how chimpanzees (a kind of ape) as a species are understood, but also how studies of many different kinds of animals are carried out.Taken from: http://www.notablebiographies.com/Gi-He/Goodall-Jane.html http://animal.discovery.com/videos/jane-goodall/
In your groups (by popsicle stick color) • Number the lines of the article. • Decide on roles. (Separate the packet and give each group member his/her page.) • Name: (Your name) Group: Color Book: Article Name Assignment: (ignore) Roles: • Literary Luminary • Illustrator • Connector • Discussion Director • Vocabulary Enricher
Jane Goodall Group Work Expectations C: 1.5 and with your group ONLY H: ask your group members A: independent work as part of group work M: 0 (after your group gets situated) P: following expectations, completing your individual assignment, working collaboratively with your group • Read the passage however your group decides. • Each member needs to complete his/her respective page. • When all group members have finished, discuss everyone’s portion and be ready to present to the class! *You have until the timer goes off, so be on task!*
Ender • Gauge your understanding of the “I can” statement. Check the appropriate line. • On the lines underneath, do what the “I can” statement says! Prove to me you know the difference between innate and learned behaviors by using some of the examples we considered today.
My Behaviors • Make a list of 20 of your behaviors (actions) that you have performed today. • Identify each behavior on your list as innate (I) or learned (L).
With a partner… • Go through your list of behaviors, discussing whether each one is innate or learned. • If you have a discrepancy (disagreement) about a particular behavior, put a star next to it! C: 1.5 H: ask your partner A: partner work M: 0 (be with your partner ONLY) P: discussing your behavior lists
Analysis • Did you have more innate or more learned behaviors? • If the behaviors were learned, how did you learn them? • Which behaviors are more common in everyday life: learned or innate?