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Zookeeper WebQuest A WebQuest for 1 st grade students By: Jennifer Armenia Title Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion
Introduction You have just been hired as a zookeeper by the Atlanta Zoo. Last night animals escaped from their cages. Nobody remembers what animals we in the cages. All that is left in the cages are the habitats! TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTask Process EvaluationConclusion
Task There are 3 empty cages in the Atlanta Zoo. You need to read the descriptions of the habitats in each cage and recommend 3 animals that could survive in each cage. You need to make sure that you include at least 1 animal from each group among the 3 cages. You can’t add anything except food to the cage. TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTaskProcessEvaluation Conclusion
Habitat 1 There are bars around the cage so the animals can’t get out. Inside the cage are many trees with an open space in the middle. On the side of the cage is a rocky area. TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTask ProcessEvaluationConclusion
Habitat 2 This cage has a lot of water. On the right of the cage is a blue-green body of water. On the left side is a body of water covered with green stuff. There are some muddy areas which lead to grass. TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTaskProcess Evaluation Conclusion
Habitat 3 There are solid walls as well as a top so the animals can’t escape. It is very warm inside the cage. There is a small stream down rocks in the back of the cage. There are a few trees along the sides of the cage. TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion
Process You will work together in groups of 3 to find animals. Each person will have a different job. You will all present your recommendations to the zoo staff. Make sure you can explain WHY each animal should go in the recommended cage. ResearchRecorderIllustrator Find information about the 5 groups of animals. Find information about the animals you recommend to put in the cages. Record information about the 5 animal groups. Record information found about the animals you recommend to pun in cages. Draw a picture of each animal you will include in your habitat. Make sure to label the animal and habitat the animal will live in. Step 1: TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion
Step 2 Use the “Habitat Recording Sheet” and visit the following websites that have information about animal groups and animals. Make notes about what the animals need to survive and what kind of habitat the animal would need.Habitat Recording Sheet Animal Websites: Birds: Amphibians: Fish: Reptiles: Mammals: Animals: Zoo Animals: TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTask ProcessEvaluationConclusion
Step 3 Once you have completed research on animals and animal groups, decide which animals you will put in each cage. Draw a picture of the animals in each cage. Make sure you label habitat and the animals in the habitat. TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion
Step 4 Present you recommendations of animals to the zoo staff. Make sure you can explain why you are recommending the animals for each habitat. TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion
Evaluation Complete the Self-evaluation sheet on your work during this WebQuest.Self-evaluation sheet Each group will be evaluated by the teacher using the Group WebQuest Rubric. TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTaskProcessEvaluation Conclusion
Conclusion Now that you have learned about animals and animal groups you have been promoted to Head Zoo Keeper! Great Work! TitleTitle Introduction Task Process Evaluation ConclusionIntroductionTaskProcessEvaluationConclusion
Georgia Performance Standards Science S1L1. Students will investigate the characteristics and basic needs of plants and animals. b. Identify the basic needs of an animal. Air Water Food Shelter d. Compare and describe various animals—appearance, motion, growth, basic needs.
Georgia Performance Standards Language Arts ELA1LSV1 The student uses oral and visual strategies to communicate. The student d. Increases vocabulary to reflect a growing range of interests and knowledge. e. Communicates effectively when relating experiences and retelling stories read, heard, or viewed. f. Uses complete sentences when speaking. ELA1W1 The student begins to demonstrate competency in the writing process. The student k. Begins to use a variety of resources (picture dictionaries, the Internet, books) and strategies to gather information to write about a topic.