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Young scholars identify large predatory cats. In this tiger lesson, students rotate through centers based on  tigers, lions, and other big cats, they practice using the letter T, the number 5, rectangles, and the color orange.
Students research Bandhavgarh, India in order to create a project that educates people about the area and the royal Bengal tigers that roam freely amongst the ruins of temples and palaces of the once powerful dynasty.
Students read about tigers in both fiction and nonfiction, poetry and prose. They study tiger markings in photographs of living tigers to create a sculptural mask reflecting their knowledge of tiger markings. Afterward, they write and illustrate their own tiger poetry.
Students explore India through maps, as well India's tigers.  For this investigating India lesson students use the Internet to research the tiger and its environment. 
Here is an excellent activity tigers that has a research component. Integrated into the activity is the premise that God created animals and the human responsibility to care for them. At learning centers students visit various Websites and use Kid Pix to create slide shows. Finally, 3rd graders create posters supporting tiger preservation. An amazing variety of teaching resources are included in this impressive lesson plan.
Students explore tigers, India's national animal, discuss importance of protecting tigers and Earth's diverse ecosytems, investigate distribution of tigers in world, identify characteristics of tigers, examine natural habitat, and investigate tigers' needs for survival.
High schoolers read Korean folktale The Tiger and the Dried Persimmon, discuss story's symbolism, consider why tiger is important Korean symbol, and view variety of Korean folk paintings. Students then create their own tiger paintings, including atmospheric backgrounds similar to Korean folk art paintings.
Dive into classical Chinese literature with this packet. Provided first is a comprehensive summary and a half-page long historical context of Water Margin. As your class reads the section entitled "Wu Sung Fights the Tiger," pose the five thought-provoking questions included. Also included is a two 90-minute period activity plan that has groups work together to create commentary and respond to one another's thoughts and opinions. A list of references is also included for further information. 
Learners create a pictograph. In this data analysis lesson, students read the book Tiger Math: Learning to Graph from a Baby Tiger and create a pictograph using data collected from the text.
In this reading skills worksheet, students read a short passage and study the diagram of the tiger and its adaptations. Students use the information to answer the 4 questions. Students read the cover story 'Grrreat News for Tigers' and use the map to answer the 7 questions.
In this famous people worksheet, students read a passage about Tiger Woods and then complete a variety of in-class and homework activities to support comprehension, including partner interviews, spelling, cloze, synonym matches, and scrambled sentences.
First graders play the game of telephone repeating the sentence, "Tiger was prouder than the pretty perfect peacock, prouder than the magnificent menacing monkey, the lazy loud lion, and the walloping water buffalo who worked for the wise man" and discuss if the sentence had changed.
Students become acquainted with work of poet, William Blake, as they listen to his poem entitled The Tiger, discuss tiger as symbol of power, explore human fascination with and powerful responses to nature, and act out poem as it is read again.
Middle schoolers use a graphic organizer and a Venn Diagram in order to compare William Blake's, Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright to Maya Angelou's, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. In this comparative analysis lesson, students compare and contrast the characters of Sistine and the Tiger.
Students work in pairs to read Chapters 4 through 8 of The Tiger Rising, by Kate DiCamillo. In this reading comprehension instructional activity, students will discuss the plot, answer comprehension questions, and complete a graphic organizer.
Students discover some of the threats to tigers in the wild and some of the challenges of keeping them in wildlife preserves and zoos. They then sketch and explain their designs for sensible tiger enclosures in zoos.
Like a shark bearing its teeth, the US fighter plane demonstrated innovative tactics against the Japanese Air Force, threatening the Axis Powers and instilling hope in the Allied Forces. Watch these daring moves and learn about the Flying Tigers, the US military's attempt to regain air control.
Students gather information about tigers in India, interview naturalists and conservationists online, and learn some ways to help protect endangered animals in their area.
Students read the book Tiger Math about an orphaned tiger at the zoo. In this reading lesson plan, students then complete graphs based on the book about tiger growth and compare human verses tiger growth.
Students explore animal life by reading a children's story in class. In this animal characteristic lesson, students read the story The Clumsy Tiger and analyze the events, characters and themes from the story. Students complete a vocabulary activity dealing with the story and answer study questions.

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