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Sydney Hollis 2B-Prezi 1

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Features of Informational Text
Interview
Features of Informational Text
Article
Two-Toed Sloth
Summary
Main Idea of paragraph 3
Two-Toed Sloth
Main Idea of paragraph 5
Two-Toed Sloth
Venn Diagram
Both
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.
Sydney Hollis
Questions and answers
Broken into paragraphs
Questions are
bold
Pictures with captions
Bold
words
In magazines
Short piece of informational text
Two- toed sloths, a very slow animal, spend most of their time in the treetops, although they can swim. In the trees sloths mate,and give birth to a young sloth that clings to their mother for the first 5 weeks of their lives. The sloth stomach contains algae, and is slightly larger than it relatives.
Sloths spend most of their time in trees.
Sloths claws are strong and are used defend themselves.
Two-toed sloths. I know this because the title of this article is "Two-Toed Sloth" which leads me to thinking that they are talking about two-toed sloths.
Two and three-toed sloths. In paragraph 1 line 1 it says, I am a biologist studying the behavior and ecology of two and three-toed sloths.
Both are about sloths
Just explains the sloth.
It explains what some of its body parts help it do. Such as the sloth's claws. In the passage "Two-Toed Sloths" it says," On land, sloths' weak hind legs provide no power and their log claws are a hindrance.
An article
Talks about more than one thing.
Interview
Question and answers
Both say that sloths live in the treetops.
Both say the sloth contains algae in the stomach.
Informational text
The happy face spider has a unique pattern on it's back. Two marks on the spider look like eyes. Below there is a curved shape that looks like a smiley face. This pattern is unique because it looks like a happy face on the back of the spider. I think this because on "Hawaii's Happy Face Spider" section #2 ,"The happy face spider name comes from the
unique

pattern
found on it's pale colored back. The marks resemble two circles that look like eyes. There is a
curved
shape below, similar to a smile."
Scientist think these markings are to warn predators. My evidence is in the passage "Hawaii's Happy Face Spider" section #3 line 1-2 it says, "Some scientists think that the spider may have developed theses
strange markings
as a way to warn
predators
, such as birds."
The happy face spider does not like to be in light. More light will hit the top of the leave instead of the bottom. Therefore it will not easily be seen. On the "Hawaii's Endangered Happy Face Spider" section #4 line 1-2 it says, "The happy face spider generally tries to stay out of limelight. It lives on the undersides of leaves, deep in the rainforest."
http://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?videoId=XrUM8m2rnP0&name=True+Facts+About+Sloths&uploadUsername=zefrank1&hitCount=4115069
http://www.heathwood.org/simpson/quicklinks/animalsoftherainforest/happyface.htm
http://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?videoId=ho-v0bv1IgE&name=Happy+Faced+Spiders&uploadUsername=epictooltime&hitCount=39344
Sloths
Sloths are very slow creatures
Sloths spend most of their time in treetops
Sloth's contain algae in their stomachs
http://www.livescience.com/27612-sloths.html
Happy Face Spider
A picture of a happy face on it's back
Don't like limelight
Lives on the undersides of leaves
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