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Crittercam / Andrew Einspruch.

By: Einspruch, Andrew.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: National GeographicWindows on literacy: ; Windows on literacyFluent plus: ; National Geographic. Windows on Literacy: level 20.; Social studies. Set B: ; National GeographicSet BWindows on literacy. Social Studies: ; Windows on literacyLevel 20Fluent plus: ; National Geographic Windows On Literacy: Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : National Geographic, 2004Description: 16 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1741400058.Subject(s): Animals -- Juvenile literature | Underwater photography -- Juvenile literature | Readers -- Juvenile literature | Childrens fast readers | Animal behaviour -- Juvenile literature | Animals -- Habits and behaviour -- Juvenile literature | Animal locomotion -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Children's nonfiction. | Children.s readers.Summary: Literacy focus: vocabulary, descriptive words, compound words, comparing and contrasting, using photographs and diagrams to understand text. Social studies focus: shows how scientists attach videocameras to animals to experience their world.
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Crittercam is a video camera which records video, audio and environmental data without the presence of humans. It has been designed to attach to animals to help scientists study their behaviours.

Windows on Literacy program developed for National Geographic Society by Barrie Publishing, Port Melbourne, Victoria and Gilt Edge Publishing, Wellington, New Zealand.

"Level 20"--inside front cover.

"Think and discuss"--Back cover.

"Social studies - set B"--Back cover.

Literacy focus: vocabulary, descriptive words, compound words, comparing and contrasting, using photographs and diagrams to understand text. Social studies focus: shows how scientists attach videocameras to animals to experience their world.

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