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Welcome to Animals in Culture: Delightful Dolphins – Self-Paced Class! Relaxing in the cool waters after a hot day loaded with school work you practically jump out of your skin when feel something smooth and almost rubbery bump the back of your leg. Immediately turning to look (who wouldn’t?) you see it is the local friendly dolphin. You smile and tentatively rub its melon head only to be rewarded with a blast of ocean water in your face from the dolphin as it turns and swims off. You spend the rest of the time in the water being randomly squirted by a mischievous dolphin and watching the dolphin pod frolic in the distance and you can’t help but wonder, do dolphins around the world act like this or has this dolphin been eating bad fish? This class looks at various civilizations across the globe and how dolphins are regarded and interacted with. Tales as old as time are shared and a variety of dolphins are discussed. Grab some fish shaped snack crackers and settle in to learn about these wonderful cetaceans!
ALL Animals in Culture classes are taught from a neutral point of view and are family friendly!
This class covers:
- Dolphins saving People
- People saving Dolphins
- Dolphin Myths
- Dolphins in 10 Different areas in the World
- Dolphins with Jobs
- Investigates the question- do dolphins have a culture of their own?
In this Self-Paced Class you will find:
- A Welcome Note with suggested learning pace and outline of the class
- Delightful Dolphin Ebook (30 pgs)
- Delightful Dolphin Slide Show (69 slides)
- 6 Videos that support the learning of dolphin culture in MP4 format.
- Project Ideas and Instructions on dolphin related items
- A PDF document on how to say “dolphin” in many different languages
- A Picture of Dolphin Anatomy
- Printable Maps to use with the class
- Test with the Test Key separate
- Certificate of Completion
This class is a self-paced, subscription class. Upon enrollment, you will gain immediate access to the class page and all class materials. Your subscription to the class page runs for 120 days (about 4 months) during which time you can access the materials as much as you want. Once your subscription time has ended, you will no longer have access to the class page, however, you can purchase another subscription any time you want and as many times as you want. It is 100% teacher-supported and all class resources will be delivered via a class page online though not all assignments are online.
Pre-requisites for Class: None
Supplies Needed for this Class: Maps, a test and a certificate of completion are provided, you will need a printer to print them if desired and colored pencils for marking maps should you choose to do so, as well as a folder or small binder to keep them in.
Textbook/Workbooks Needed for this Class: None, all books are provided.
It should be noted that when discussing dates in history both known forms of historical “dating” are used, due to the prevalence of both forms in books and on the internet. Curious as to how I use both dating systems interchangeably? Here is an example that you may find: The Song Dynasty began in 960 AD/CE. To prevent bias, I switch the order around, so you may also see: a date reference like this: 375 BCE/BC.
Due to the length and nature of this class, it is not subject to our Withdrawal and Refund Policy for self-paced classes.
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