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Title: WORDLESS SPEECH


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WORDLESS SPEECH
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  • The following pictures might seem gross, scary,
    or disgusting. Please be respectful of everyones
    feelings and keep comments to yourself. If you
    are not interested in looking than close your
    eyes. I expect you all to act like young adults.

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  • Define

Sympathy
Amputation
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Chicken Pox Infection
Operation
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  • Read each sentence
  • Apes are able to express their fear.
  • Chimpanzees may be exposed to infection.
  • The message was more eloquent than words.

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Trivia Fact
http//www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/goodall/relatives2.
html http//www.janegoodall.org/ http//www.di
scoverchimpanzees.org/
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  • Can you use these words in a sentence
  • Fear fright sympathy understanding
  • Amputation infection operation
  • Higher highest more most
  • Now tell your partner a sentence.

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  • How did we do?

Nonverbal not spoken
Posture the way of holding the head And body
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Gesture a motion of the limbs or body That
expresses an idea or a feeling
Infancy early childhood
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Background Knowledge
  • Jane Goodall spent many years studying the
    behavior of chimpanzees. She kept a detailed
    journal of her observations and came to several
    conclusions about chimps by an analysis of her
    data.

2 min
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Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania, Africa
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Browse
  • Open your OCR books to page. 436
  • Scan the pages of this story. Pay attention to
    titles, captions, and bold words.
  • Anything to add to the concept/question board?

8 min
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Purpose
  • Why are reading this story?
  • How does it meet our goals for the unit?
  • How does it fit into the Communication Unit?

2 min
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Reading Recommendations
  • In this story you will see me use the following
    strategies
  • Making Connections
  • You will learn the following skills
  • Compare and Contrast
  • Why will this help you?

2 min
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Discussion
  • Who can remember how we start to talk about our
    strategies?
  • Who would like to begin? Tell us what kinds of
    problems and strategies you used during this
    story.

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Study and Research
  • Good research starts with a question (and not a
    yes/no question).
  • After the question, the researcher comes up with
    a conjecture or theory (I think).
  • You then conduct research to prove your theory to
    be right or wrong.
  • The goal is to improve the theory, not always the
    answer to the questions. The theory has to be
    edited many times.

30 min
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Animal Communication Book
  • What gestures do different types of animals use
    to communicate?
  • How do different types of animals use posture to
    communicate?
  • What are some other nonverbal methods of
    communication used by different animals?
  • Take 1 piece of construction paper and 2 pieces
    of white paper. Fold them in half to make a book.
    Write Animal Communication on the cover.
  • Illustrate different types of animal
    communication and add a caption for each picture.
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