Trinity Preparatory School Campus Nature Tour
1.) Students will log into and set up a project Noah account. 2.) Students will be divided into groups of two (one group of three to be chosen by Mr. Gray) 3.) Groups will check out recent Project Noah postings, including missions and organism entries, that have been reported. 4.) Groups will then be assigned one tree on campus to research and create an entry for. Each entry should include: a.) Tree name (common and scientific) b.) Where this tree is found in a natural ecosystem c.) Important wildlife uses of this tree d.) Important human uses of this tree e.) Any other ecological niches this tree supports f.) Any little known fun facts about this tree *These entries need to be written in such a way that is educational, appropriate, and entertaining to everyone on campus. Groups that will use this tour would include, but are not limited to: -Students/classes in other grade levels (6-12) - Groups of perspective students and parents - New teachers during faculty training 5.) The class will then work together to create a final product that will connect all individual group entries into a cohesive full tour.
Trinity Preparatory School
The goal of this mission to to create a digital nature tour that will not only allow us, the Florida Ecology class, to learn more about the flora and fauna on campus, but to also develop a tour that students in other grades can go on to learn more about the wonderful ecosystem right outside our doors.
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