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  • 1. Protection of the birds
    By: Johnny Wang
  • 2. What does it serve?
    • Helps protect the birds
    Prevent extinction
    • More unique and rare breeds of birds
    • Climate change has showed thatthe destruction and degrading habitats of the birds in the Bay Area.
    • 3. Unless we change the climate back to it original state, the birds would continue to decline to its lowest level.
    Research
  • 4. Purpose
    • Prevent damage to birds habitat
    • 5. Restore the homes of birds
  • Statistics
    • 60% of the bird population located in North America.
    • 6. 70% of adapted birds are migrating
    • 7. 100 million birds die from glass windows etc.
  • Organizations
    • To conserve and preserve natural resources
    • 8. Focusing on birds
    • 9. Other wild life
    • 10. their benefit of humanity and the earth biological diversity.
  • Potential problems
    Problems
    • Attendance
    • 11. Truthful assessments
    • 12. Enough time for students
    Resolution
    • Encourage them by putting up flyers
    • 13. Ask them to be truthful in the beginning.
    • 14. Giving up my free times to provide them with more class time.
    • To have a class at LCCS that teaches students about how birds are important in life.
    • 15. Teach them about keeping homes of the birds cleans so that they would not have to adapt to a new habitat that they are not used to.
    • 16. Have a class size of 5-10 and focus on elementary students
    methodology
  • 17.
    • On the first session I will give them survey of what they know about birds overall.
    • 18. At the end of the session I will ask them about what they understood during class and ask them for a self assessment of how I did during the session.
    Assessments