THE CASE OF THE DISAPPEARING HABITAT
THE CANDY CULPRIT
THE CASE ISN’T CLOSED JUST YET
THE CASE ISN'T CLOSED YET!
What was the response from the candy boss or from her or his representative?
Now what are you going to do? You have FIVE more Action Items below!
Showing how you know what you know—and sharing it—is what makes a compelling story and project.
SHARE WHAT YOU'VE LEARNED
Weave together your Case File using the Action Items from each step of your investigation.
You can create a written narrative or essay from your Case File, describing each step of your journey and what you’ve learned.
Or you can create a movie by following the format of the instructional videos at the beginning of each of these lessons.
Or you can create a PowerPoint presentation or Prezi using your own pictures, words, and maybe even a voice-over. We’ve provided a downloadable PowerPoint link with a template to help you organize your presentation. Just click on the button below to get started.
Create a meme or infographic.
Using a photo or photos of your client-animal and key fascinating facts from your investigation create a compelling meme that shows what you’ve learned.
Click the button below for ideas for how to create your meme:
Cite your sources.
A good credible investigation always includes good credible sources. Whatever format you use—whether video, slideshow presentation, essay, case file, infographic, or meme—be sure to cite your sources!
Click on the button below for tips on how to cite sources.
Use social media to connect your people to your project.
Let them know what you’ve learned, how they can view your case file, essay, presentation, video, meme, or infographic, and what they can to to save wildlife and their habitats.
Talk to your friends, family members, and teachers about what you’ve learned.
You may inspire someone to take action on behalf of your client animal. Even small actions make a big difference.
Millions of people adjusting their daily habits in small ways creates BIG changes in the world.