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Slide Menu Objectives  1.After going through the PowerPoint on dinosaurs, students will be able to decide (write) if they want dinosaurs to still exist.

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3  1.After going through the PowerPoint on dinosaurs, students will be able to decide (write) if they want dinosaurs to still exist and explain why or why not with 100 percent accuracy.  2.Forming an individual book on dinosaurs after the lesson, students will be able to describe (write) and draw pictures of a specific type of dinosaur with 100 percent accuracy  3.As a class, students will fill out a ven diagram distinguishing the difference between 3-D models of dinosaurs and the dinosaurs they learned about from the PowerPoint with 100 percent accuracy. Slide Menu

4  Slide 1: Overview Slide 1  Slide 2: Interactive Fossil Dig Slide 2  Slide 3: Why do they not exist today? Slide 3  Slide 4: Herbivores Slide 4  Slide 5: Carnivores Slide 5  Slide 6: Largest Dinosaur Slide 6  Slide 7: Longest Dinosaur Slide 7  Slide 8: Fiercest Dinosaur Slide 8  Slide 9: Fastest Dinosaur Slide 9  Slide 10: Tallest Dinosaur Slide 10  Slide 11: Smallest Dinosaur Slide 11  Slide 12: Dinosaur 101 Slide 12  Slide 13: Summary Slide 13  Slide 14: Summary Part 2 Slide 14  Slide 15: Review Game Slide 15: Slide Menu

5  Group of reptiles: over 700 species  Alive over 160 million years ago ( Mesozoic Era) - Triassic Period ( million years ago) - Jurassic Period ( million years ago) - Cretaceous Period ( million years ago)  Faster than present reptiles  Descendants are birds Overview Slide Menu

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7  Popular Theory: Alvarez Hypothesis  Caused by an Asteroid  - 65 million years ago  Force of 100,000 billion tons of TNT  “ Impact Winter”  High Carbon Dioxide levels Died from lack of food and heat Why do they not exist today? Slide Menu

8  Plant-eaters : leaves, twigs, and seeds  Stones?  Swallowed to ground food in stomach  Broad, flat teeth  worn down from grinding food  Low jointed jaws  Most dinosaurs Herbivores Slide Menu

9  Meat eaters: dinosaurs, lizards, insects, and mammals  Long, Sharp, and Curved Teeth  - made to tear through meat  Teeth did not precisely meet Carnivores Slide Menu

10  Argentinosaurus  - “ Sliver Lizard”  120 feet long; 70 feet tall  Herbivore  Weighed tons  - heaviest land animal ever lived  Could reach feet The Largest Dinosaur Slide Menu

11  Seismosaurs [ Size-moe-Sore-us]  - “ Earth-shaking lizard”  110 feet long  - longer than a blue whale ( 100 ft.)  Herbivore  Front legs shorter than back legs  Weighed a 100 tons Longest Dinosaur Slide Menu

12  Not the Tyrannosaurus Rex  Utahraptor  - discovered in Utah  6.5 meters long, 2 meters high  Weighed little over a ton  Carnivore  Hooked, slashing claw on each foot Fiercest Dinosaur Slide Menu

13  Dromiceiomimus [ dro-MEE-see-o-MYE-mus]  - “ Emu Mimic”  Run up to 60 km per hour  feet long, 6-10 feet tall  Weighed lbs.  Herbivore and Carnivore  Long, slender legs with three toes Fastest dinosaur Slide Menu

14  Brachiosaurus  - meaning ‘arm’ and ‘lizard’ in Greek  85 feet tall  Weighed metric tons  Herbivore  - Ate between pounds a day  Extremely long necks Tallest Dinosaur Slide Menu

15  Lesothosaurus [ leh-SO-tho-Saw-rus]  - “ diagnostic Lesotho lizard”  3 feet long, 1 foot tall  Weighed 15 lbs.  - would be size of a chicken  Herbivore  Small and speedy Smallest Dinosaur Slide Menu

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17  Dinosaurs lived about 160 million years ago.  There have been over 700 different species identified.  There is not one for sure theory of how they died out, but the most accepted theory is due to an Asteroid.  The two main groups of dinosaurs were herbivores and carnivores.  The largest Dinosaur was the Agrentinosaurus weighing in at 110 tons. Summary Slide Menu

18  The Longest Dinosaur was the Seismosaurus at 40 meters long.  The Fiercest Dinosaur was the Utahraptor equipped with a slashing claw on each foot.  The fastest dinosaur was the Dromiceimimus who could run up to 60 km a hour.  The tallest dinosaur, the Brachiosarus, was 85 feet tall and ate pounds of plants a day.  The smallest dinosaur was the Lesothsaurus, which would be the size of a chicken, with a height of 1 foot and a weight of 15 pounds. Summary Part 2 Slide Menu

19 Dinosaur Review Game For more information visit the website below to learn more about dinosaurs: Slide Menu


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