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Tristan Ory 3B-Prezi 1


Angela Altazan

on 19 February 2014

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Transcript of Tristan Ory 3B-Prezi 1

Features of Informational Text
Features of Informational Text
Two-Toed Sloth
Main Idea of paragraph 3
Two-Toed Sloth
Main Idea of paragraph 5
Two-Toed Sloth
Venn Diagram
Two-Toed Sloth
Interview with Sloth Canopy Researcher: Byrson Voirin
Hawaii's Endangered Happy Face Spider
Describe the unique pattern found on the happy face spider's back. What makes this pattern unique? What in the text makes you think so?
Hawaii's Endangered Happy Face Spider
What do different scientists believe about the strange markings found on the happy face spider's back? Include details from the text in your answer.
Hawaii's Endangered Happy Face Spider
How does living on the undersides of leave help the happy face spider stay out of the limelight? Use a quote from the text in your answer.
Tristan Phillip Ory
A interview has questions and answers.
The person being interviewed answers the the question someone gave them.
Interviews give information about their or their live.
Interviews sometimes give background stories about someones past live.
Articles are passages or paragraphs from newspapers and magazines.
Articles give informational text.
Articles sometimes have information about Science, Social Studies, Math,and ELA.
Articles have information from different categories.
The toe-toed sloths are the world's slowest mammals, so sedentary that algae grows on their furry coats. Young toe-toed sloths are often clinging to their mothers; they travel by hanging onto them for their mothers for the first five weeks of their lives. Sloths are identified by the number of long, prominent claws that they have on each front foot.
Tough they couldn't be clumsier on land, sloths are surprisingly good good swimmers.
The main idea of paragraph 3 is what sloths do during the day and night.
The main idea of paragraph 5 is how sloths are weak on land and move on land.
That algae grows on sloths.
The sloths live on top of trees.
Sloths are the slowest mammal.
Sloths hav e greenish fur to blend in the tree top of the canopy
Troupes of monkeys climbing by us.
Our heads tilted up looking for dark spots with fur.
Use tree climbing gear to the sloths which will take hours.
On a typical day working in Panama, I go out into the forest looking for sloths.
Sloths are identified by the number of long, prominent claws that they on each front foot.
Sloths even sleep in trees, and they sleep a lot-some 15-20 hours every day.
Though they couldn't be clumsier on land, sloths are surprisingly good swimmers.
Two-toed sloths are slightly larger than their three- toed relatives.
The unique pattern on the pattern on the Happy Face spider is a happy face with a red smile on it's back.The reason I think the pattern is unique on the Happy Face spider's back because of it's shape an d how it looks, the smile shape is like no other smile on Earth.The two circles and curved shape on it's back looks like a smile"The marks resemble two circles that look like eyes.There is a curved shape below, similar to a smile."(s.2-3,a.2)

The markings on the Happy Face Spider's back scientists believe that the markings warn predators, other scientists believe the markings help the Happy Face Spider markings don't hit from predators."Some scientists think the spider may have developed these strange markings as a way to warn predators.Some believe the features may do nothing to help the spider avoid it's enemies."(s.1&3,a.3)
So scientist don't locate and study the Happy Face Spider."It Lives its live on the undersides of leaves,
deep in the rainforest.This can make it difficult for for the scientist to locate and study."(s.2-3,a.4)
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