Teachers’ notes – How do we find out more about animals?



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Learning opportunity:
Learners record and present information as an animal fact-file.
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In this tab, learners consider how they will present their information in ways that will interest their audience. They are invited to make an animal fact file. This could include data in tables and charts, sketch maps, drawings, writing and photographs. Some learners may include audio and video information. Learners are encouraged to be creative in their presentation of the information gathered. The fact files could be showcased as an exhibition, or as an animal travel agency etc.


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Learning opportunity:
Learners summarise the migration information on a map of Wales.
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In this tab, learners are encouraged to summarise the information that has been collected about different animals that migrate to and from Wales as a class on a map of Wales. Encourage them to think carefully about where on the map each animal should be positioned. They might annotate the map by showing the animal and explaining why each particular place is suited to the animal. Some learners may be able to summarise all the information gathered in a calendar showing the arrival and departure of various animals.


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Learning opportunity:
Learners use writing skills to present an animal’s migration as a story.
Using the tab:

In this tab, learners are invited to use both fact and fiction to create a story about the journey of an animal’s migration to Wales. The opportunity to create a narrative story provides the possibility of exploring learners’ perceptions of the feelings and motives of animals during the journey. Learners are encouraged to write their story but they could create photo stories, sound stories, etc.


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Learning opportunity:

Learners review their learning strategies.


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Learners review their learning strategies and decide which strategies have been helpful to them and which strategies they could use again in the future. Encourage them to explain why they think a particular strategy had helped them to learn or has not been helpful.







Unit 5.2 teachers’ notes – How do we find out more about animals?
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