Who is Jane Goodall?

In this lesson, we will learn about Jane Goodall's main achievements. We will practise being a scientist who studies animal behaviour and then create our own conservation posters.

Who is Jane Goodall?

In this lesson, we will learn about Jane Goodall's main achievements. We will practise being a scientist who studies animal behaviour and then create our own conservation posters.

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. Jane Goodall's life story and contributions to science
  2. Studying the behaviour of chimpanzees
  3. Conservation of chimpanzee habitats

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4 Questions

Q1.
What animal did Jane Goodall study?
Correct answer: Chimpanzees
Elephants
Organutans
Q2.
Where did Jane Goodall go to do her research?
South Africa
Correct answer: Tanzania
Zanzibar
Q3.
What did Jane Goodall discover about chimpanzees?
Correct answer: That they can use tools
That they have x-ray vision
That they only eat fruit
Q4.
Which of these is NOT a threat to chimpanzees?
Correct answer: Flooding
Habitat loss
Hunting

Lesson appears in

UnitScience / Extraordinary scientists

Science