Recommended for grades 5-8 This lesson is a Learning Activity which challenges students to reflect on what they have learned and work creatively together as a team to publish a newspaper.
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Recommended for grades 3-5 Hooks & Ladders is an instructive, fun, physical game in which students immerse themselves in the salmon life cycle and the hazards of the journey. It is a teaching tool that also includes class discussion and decisions throughout the game to optimize salmon returns. It is an accompaniment to Lesson 3: […]
Before leaving School: Take an accurate count of the students and chaperones on the tour. One chaperone for every 5-10 students is recommended, depending on student age and maturity. Each adult chaperone needs a list of students in his/her group. Each group leader should have a roster of names and emergency phone numbers. Mention special […]
adipose fin: A small fatty fin found on the top back of salmon and trout between the dorsal fin and the tail (caudal fin). This fin is removed (clipped) from Washington state hatchery chinook, coho and steelhead to distinguish hatchery fish from wild fish.aerate: Supplying with oxygen; with water it is a process of exposing […]
NOTE: This lesson will challenge students and teachers to reflect on personal behaviors in regard to the protecting salmon. JUST GETTING STARTED WITH THIS ONE, AND WE SHOULD REALLY BUILD IT OUT TO ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO REFLECT ON SEVERAL HUMAN ACTIVITIES AND PERSONAL BEHAVIORS THAT AFFECT SALMON HABITAT.
Recommended for grades 4-7 Key Concepts: Hope for the future is often expressed in stories. Using knowledge and understanding of natural resources, you can use creativity to shape solutions to our natural resource problems. Stories: Why the Salmon Return Each Year The Raven and the Salmon People Learning Activities: Readers’ Theater Write a Story of […]