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Passage: Researching Biodiversity (Teacher and Student Pages)

New! Perfect for small group, individual, and online instruction, this Interactive Reading Passage brings students along an amazing journey studying monkeys in the Central American tropical rainforests. Join real researchers Dorian and Jose to help answer the question “How can research define and preserve biodiversity in tropical rainforests?” with sequenced reading and multimedia Waypoints.

Grade: Middle School and High School
Focus: Life Science
Language: English (Spanish Student Page available on request)
Included: Teacher Page and Student Page PDFs

Available for a limited time at an introductory price!


Engage students in research in a one-of-a-kind journey through biodiversity by helping Dorian and Jose through research studies in primatology and ornithology in the Central American tropical rainforests!

After completing this Passage, middle and high school students will be able to:

  • Ask and answer questions about interactions in ecosystems by using real-world research on biodiversity in tropical rainforests,  
  • Brainstorm and design ways to preserve and promote biodiversity in an ecosystem,
  • Become a citizen scientist with organizations like World Migratory Bird Day.


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