7th Grade Endangered Species Project

Endangered Species Project

As a society we are vulnerable; we are vulnerable individually to infection, as a community to tornados, avalanches, volcanoes and wild fires, and as a population to hurricanes, typhoones, earthquakes, and tsunamis.
What are animals vulnerable to? What causes species of animals to become endangered or become extinct? Should we intervene to save endangered species? Why or why not?

These resources will help you identify information related to your Endangered Species Research Project.

Click here to access the Endangered Species project directions
Click here to access the Timeline
Endangered Species List

Key Resources at a Glance:

Britannica School Edition Search Level-Appropriate Reference Articles, Journals and Magazines, the Web's Best Sites, Multimedia, and Curriculum Content.
Discovery Education   offers a breadth and depth of digital media content to give every student the chance to experience fascinating people, places, and events. Use this database to explore video, images, audio content along with other various media to understand content in an engaging way. 
 
 
Marshall Cavendish Marshall Cavendish Digital  eBook versions of our popular print reference books. Great for Ancient and Medieval social studies, American history, science, endangered species, inventors and inventions, diseases, drugs, and more.
SIRS Discoverer logo

SIRS Discoverer is a general reference database for children grades 1-9 with full-text articles and images. Features include activities such as science experiments, craft projects, writing activities, biographies of every U.S. President and other notable people, fiction articles, and country facts. Discoverer WebFind is a database of carefully chosen Internet resources on almost any subject appropriate for researchers in grades. Online tutorial available.

SIRS Knowledge logo

SIRS Knowledge Source is a collection of 6 databases for students in grade 6-12. Full-text articles, graphics, photographs, government documents, primary sources, ebooks, and previewed websites.

 Science Reference Center  Science Reference Center is a science database for students in grade 6-12. Full-text articles, graphics, photographs, government documents, primary sources, ebooks, and previewed websites.
 
 
 
 
 The Classic Pac Catalog will help you in your search for a print resource in the WMS Media Center.

 

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