These intermediate lessons are suitable for ages 11-14
Show Compassion For The Elephant And make Your Pledge To Help Save Them: compassion-pledge-sheet
Intermediate Lesson Plans:
ELEPHANTS – ENVIRONMENT – ECOLOGY – ECONOMY – The 4 E’s and How They Are Related
What Elephant Calls Mean: A user’s Guide: Listen to the many varied sounds of the elephant as it relates to its family:
Become an Ambassador at your school for Elephanatics https://elephanaticsdotorg.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/elephanataics-ambassador-duties.docx
View video done by David Sheldrick Foster Parents on the work Elephanatics does to educate students and global march participants on the elephant poaching and unethical tourism crisis:
Re: dswtfosterparents – For more info please contact #dswtfostermom ➡@fdbirdie @elephanaticsbc ⬅#Elephants are under threat from environmental changes, #poaching and human-animal conflict. 🔼Elephanatics.org 🔼 offers flexible, fun and engaging materials to #helpteachers engage students in the global and pressing issue of #elephant #extinction. Their website also has a list of Sponsoring and Fostering Organizations that accept donations and sponsorship, organizations that include educational material on their websites, elephant apps, educational videos, books and more!! Please visit:
Education in action: In February 2015, the Director of Education, Fran, and the Chief Program Officer, Andrea, presented all of our lesson plans at a professional development day in front of K-12 teachers. They were all very eager to start using them!
Our Director of Education, Fran, teaching the above lesson plan to a grade 5 classroom in February, 2015:
March 2016: Leanne Fogarty, Director of Education for Asian elephants, presents a power point presentation on the effects of the tourist industry on elephants, and the poaching crisis of the African elephant.