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  • Today's Objective:

    I can research the ways animals, plants, and people use food in the rain forest by reading the notes from the trail, updating my Discovery Log, and taking and online quiz.

     

    Procedures:

    1. Read all instructions first.

    2. Click on the Wilderness Classroom link and read the Notes From the Trail.

    3. Check out the newest video as well.

    4. Update your discovery log as you go.

    5. When you are done, complete the 10 point quiz.

    6. Press Submit at the bottom of the page.

     

     

     

  • This weeks Notes From the Trail has to do with Food, go figure.
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    Question #1.  

     

    _______________________ are a common part of the Peruvian and Brazilian diet.


    Papayas
    Mangos
    Bananas
    Coconuts


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    Question #2: 

    Production of food is directly related to the care and __________________ of the land.


    Conservation
    Preservation
    Hallucination
    Salutation


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    Question #3:  

    According to the reading, how might bananas be transported to America?


    Carried by mule
    Thrown over by catapult
    Flown by plane
    Shipped by boat


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    Question #5: 

    True or False: The team has seen food that is produced from the United States.


    False
    True


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    Question #5:  

    How many plecostomus fish did the young fisherman boy bring home to his family?


    15
    20
    2
    0


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