This A Strange Fish Indeed lesson plan also includes:
Communication is one of the most important aspects of science. In a two-day activity, your high school or college-level biologists will read excerpts from a fictional diary of Marjorie Courtenay-Latimer, the woman who discovered the first living coelacanth in 1938. After reading each entry, learners work together to put themselves in her shoes to figure out how she should proceed and why her discovery was important. There are some pictures that go along with the lesson, which you could either print in color and laminate to reuse, or simply project them for the whole class to see.