Australian Frogs: Frog Research at the AMRI
Oct 11 2017
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Source: Australian Museum
Summary Information


Australian, Frog, Scientist, Australian Museum



Workplace Skills: 

Raising Questions
Secondary Research

Estimated Time Required:

1-2 hours

Target Grade (Ages):

Grade 5 (Ages 10-11)
Grade 6 (Ages 11-12)
Grade 7 (Ages 12-13)
Grade 8 (Ages 13-14)
Grade 9 (Ages 14-15)

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Hi, congratulations for this

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Hi, congratulations for this interesting lesson, the topic is great, and the interview whit the biologist too. Whoever,  she refers about her unexpected journey to becoming a scientist, the 16 species of frog discovered by her team, and the importance of frogs in the broader ecosystem. In this lesson there are many good quiestions, but I think that students need an specific "product" from this project, a significant chart, an "museum exhibition" or something where learning becomes amazig! An activity where everybody can see the much they  have learnded with this project! Students need more  Investigation, comparision, give results for an specific problem etc.  Not only "information".