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Interdisciplinary Connections:
Fine Arts- Assemble a collage with relevant text and graphics that depicts the effect of the 1994 Rwandan genocide on the population of mountain gorillas. Consider the influence, in general, of war between humans on the environment and animal populations.
Health- Create a sixty-second public service announcement to inform listeners about the debilitating effects of stress on their bodies and outlines strategies to combat stress. Research the effects of stress on the human immune system, blood pressure, brain activity, and other bodily functions.
Journalism- Write a first-person article from the perspective of a primate, after visiting your local zoo. Keep a notebook in which you record your observations of the resident primate population(s). Try to make your article species-specific. The following questions may serve as a guide:
–What do they eat?
–How do they move?
–How do they interact with one another?
–How do they react to the visitors watching them?
–When do they sleep?

Media Studies- Write the script for a ten-minute television news-style documentary that follows a long-term research project or study. Consider the researchers’ methodology, staff, funding, and their results. How has their mission evolved over time (months, years)? How has the data shaped their methodology? How might their conclusions have been different had it been a shorter-term study?
Social studies-Design and outline a follow-up study on the Forest Troop after reading the study () and related essay () on the PloS Biology website. Make clear how your proposed study will either advance the conclusions drawn from the original study or, if possible, negate them.

Monkey See Monkey Do: A Challenge From SurveyMonkey

Q: How do monkeys get down the stairs

Q: What do you call a monkey that sells potato chips

Evidence- (Answer Question How) facts, details or examples
January 19, 2016
"Monkey See, Monkey Do, Monkey Connect"
Group A: Lines 29-62
Group B: Lines 63-93
Group C: Lines 94-137
Group D: Lines 138-180
Small Groups
Page 123
While We Read, Keep track of the many ways human behavior is connected.
Organize the reasons and evidence from yesterday into the strongest to weakest reasons to support the claim.
Rank from Strongest (5) to weakest (1).
Justify why each response received that grade (On handout)
Identify the STRONGEST/ Most Persuasive piece of evidence across all the paragraphs and the WEAKEST (S and W)

SWBAT delineate and evaluate an author’s claims and determine the technical meanings of words used in the text
Is our behavior influenced by the behavior of the people around us?
Essential Question:
Do Now:
Small Group:
Exit Ticket:
Empathy-the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
In your small groups you will be responsible for identifying reasons and evidence that support De Waal's claim.

Urban Dictionary: monkey see monkey do

Havoc In HeavenHavoc in Heaven!Thundering clouds blazing light
Fiery blows shooting left and right
Screams and shouts are echoing
All of Heaven has started shaking(*) Havoc in Heaven!
Havoc in Heaven (8 times)
Havoc in Heaven!
Havoc in Heaven (8 times)
Havoc in Heaven!Cosmic forces going wild
Pandemonium quite in style
Down on earth they're wondering
Just what in Heaven is happening* repeat
Havoc in Heaven!Thundering clouds blazing light
Fiery blows shooting left and right
Screams and shouts are echoing
All of heaven has started shaking* repeat
Havoc in Heaven

In the ancient Sanskrit epic the Ramayana, the monkey god Hanuman symbolizes wisdom, devotion, righteousness and strength.
Taken from old Japanese TV guides, this are the best photos of Monkey, Pigsy, Sandy and Tripitaka I've ever seen!

See Monkey Do Monkey - Wikipedia

Get pictures, sounds, digital movies, screensavers and desktop themes from Monkey here, and see fans' drawings (fan art) of characters from Monkey, plus animations and fan films.

In 2004, monkeys were blamed when Ministry of Defence officials found top secret documents scattered around an office.

Monkey see, monkey do, depending on age, experience …

But as the monkey population has grown in recent years — in addition to the urban feasts seeming to attract more, Malik also blames scientific laboratories, which use monkeys for experiments and then abandon them — the natural balance has been thrown off kilter.

Monkey see, monkey do is a pidgin-style saying that appeared in American culture in the early 1920s

This baby and pup are monkey see, monkey do - AOL Lifestyle

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