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Kyara Forde 2B-Prezi 1

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Angela Altazan

on 7 February 2014

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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.
Kyara Forde #6
Bold letters (normally the Q's)
Short paragraphs (normally the A's)
(the bold letters and short paragraphs are shown when the interview is copied and written.
A quick/short non-fiction text about a certain topic.
Sloths, that are usually found in Central and South America, are the slowest mammals in the world. Sloths pretty much spend their days in the trees of the rainforest thanks to their characteristics of long claws, long arms and a very powerful grip all lead to their very laziness! So yes this passage explains pretty much everything you'll want to know about Two Toed Sloths!
This paragraph is mainly about why and how sloths spend the majority of their lives in trees because of how lazy they are.
This paragraph is mostly about how sloths use their body features to move when their NOT in the trees!
Both say that because sloths are so slow algae grows in their hair!
At some point in both text its says that sloths are good at hiding.
Mention that sloths are very slow.
Says that you can identify sloths by the number of prominent claws they have on each front foot.
"Sloths mate and give birth while hanging in trees"
Tells that sloths are very good swimmers.
They sleep 15-20 hours a day
Says that some sloths have greenish fur.
It specifically says "They can move about as fast as you can walk fast"
Bryson tells that its hard too catch the sloths since some times there in over 150ft tall trees living!

The pattern on the happy face spider is quite different. In "Hawaii's Endangered Happy Face Spider" paragraph 2 lines 2 & 3 it says "The marks resemble two circles that look like eyes." "There is a curved shape below similar to a smile." That's where this unique spider gets its name. This pattern is unique because no other spider or animal has a pattern looking like it.
Some scientists think differently, "Some scientists think the spider may have developed these strange markings as a way to warn predators, such as birds".(says paragraph 3 lines 1&2) But some disagree cause on paragraph 3(also) lines 3&4 it says "Some believe the features may do nothing to help the spider avoid its enemies." So yes different scientists have different views about this unique spiders' markings.
It helps them cause if they don't like being noticed then when they are under the leaves hiding it would be hard for their predators to locate them. It's even hard for us! "It lives it's life on the underside of leaves, deep in the rainforest." "This can make it difficult for scientists to locate and study."(came from paragraph 4 lines 2&3.) This is how where it lives helps them.
This is a happy face spider
Facts about sloth's!
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