Your time is from 10:20 to 11:20 so you have one hour. Depending upon the amount of interaction from students, you might not have time to finish all the videos. I'm adding extra videos as well just in case.
Lesson 1: Mammals
Step 1: Take attendance on both sheets. Keep one copy in the folder for the instructor and send the second sheet to the office. (I will transfer the attendance to my Google roster later).
Step 2: Go to the website raukar.weebly.com and click When animals attack lesson 1.
Step 3: Intro to class. "This class is all about when animals attack and how to protect yourself or loved ones if this happens. This class is NOT designed to scare you or make you afraid of animals. It is just designed to get you thinking how to stay safe and be smart when you are in a difficult situation."
Step 4: Ask students...Raise your hand if you have ever been attacked by an animal or have a close friend or family member that it has happened to? If any student raises their hand, have them share their story if they wish.
Step 5: Today, we are going to focus on wild mammals. Can you tell me what a mammal is? Can you NAME a mammal? Give students opportunities to respond then show them the video about mammals to make sure they understand about mammals. When the video is over, check for understanding by asking yes/no or true/false questions. Use thumbs up for yes and thumbs down for no. Provide opportunities for students to provide input if there are students in the group who seem comfortable sharing.
Step 6: Watch the videos about Bears who attack, then watch videos that say what to do to keep safe and facts about bears.
Step 7: Watch the videos from When Animals Attack 2 (one with shark pic)
Just watch the ones about bears.
A. Watch these videos about bears. Ask students to look for things that they think the person did (or didn't do) to cause the scene.
Scene 1 and Scene 2: 00-600 (possible answer: trainer hit bear on nose)
Scene 2: (possible answer: they were in the bear's environment.
Scene 12: 30:00 - 34:39 Attacked by Bear San Diego Zoo
How did the Zoo officials rescue from the bears? High pressure water hoses
Why was the man in danger? He went into the zoo enclosure.
Could you be in danger going to the zoo? No. Not if you follow the rules and NEVER enter an enclosure. You should also be careful and never climb up an area where wild animals are in a zoo because you could fall in.
Watch this video about bears (not scary bears, just info about bears)
B. Watch videos that tell you how to keep safe.
1. Go to National Geographic Facts and slide show about bears Scroll down
to the short 3:29 video about Grizzly Bears
Show students the sign from National Parks Service at top of this web page. See if they can think of anything else. ADD...
C. Go to Bear safety videos below and watch them next.
How to survive a grizzly bear attack. National Geographic 1:58
Backpacking Bear Encounters 8:05
E. There are additional videos at the bottom if you need them. Let students pick. Take time at the end to ask for student input if time permits. Ask them if they need help finding their next class. (it will be on the id tag)
Bonus Bear stuff
Playing Safe around Bears
Scene 1: Trainer hits bear in nose & it attacks Setting 00-0:48
Scene 2: Bear attacks land surveyors :50 to 6:00
Scene 3: Pit bull attacks 6:01-9:27
Scene 4: Rotweillers attack in France 9:27-10:20
Scene 5: Little girl attacked by dogs 10:20-15:01
Scene 6: Alligator attacks handler 15:01-15:48
Scene 7: Man attacked by shark 15:48-18:13
Scene 8 Ramone Bravo Yucatan 18:13-19:16
Scene 9: Lifeguard Shark Rescue 19:17-24:12
Scene 10: Bullfighter meets bull 24:13 - 25:25
Scene 11: Wolf attacks child 25:26 - 39:06
Scene 12: Attacked by Bear San Diego Zoo 30:00 - 34:39
Scene 13: Fishermen and 7 foot Maiko Shark 33:21-34:32
Scene 14: San Diego Killer Whales go after trainer 34:33 to 35:43
Scene 15: Elk Attacks
Face to Face with a Mountain Lion 5:04
Grizzly following hikers 3:35
6:33 Bear stuck in a barrel
Grizzly Attacks Car 4:01
Baby Moose Rescue 4:56 Ontario, Canada
2 baby moose rescued 2:16 Russia
Lesson 3: Insects and Spiders
Lesson 4: Sea and Lake Animals Zoo Encounters
Tiger saves zookeeper from leopard attack 1:27
Lesson 5: Differentiate between "safe and unsafe" animals
How to deal with other people's pets
Watch Batman Forever
Finish any unfinished projecgts
popcorn and pop
Lesson 6: When people attack
Finish watching Batman Forever.
Make Batman logo decopauge.