A review of Studying How Animals are Classified Using online subtitled Video
Review Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Stars
Using these online subtitled videos to study and learn about How Animals are Classified, you’ll explore the history and structure of the five-kingdom system of organism classification and learn how the horse (or Equus caballus) is categorized by kingdom, phylum, subphylum, class, order, family, genus and species.
How Animals are Classified is a curriculum-based topic intended for students of 12 years and older up to those of Adult age, or Grades 6 and upwards.
How Animals are Classified is presented in 7 videos entitled:
- What are Animals
- The History of Taxonomy
- Kingdoms and Phyla
- Subphyla Classes and Orders
- Families Genera and Species
- A Review of How Animals are Classified
Using these online subtitled videos to study and learn about How Animals are Classified, you’ll explore the history and structure of the five-kingdom system of organism classification and discover how the horse (or Equus caballus) is categorized by kingdom, phylum, subphylum, class, order, family, genus and species.
The objective of these 7 videos on How Animals are Classified is to help the student:
- Identify the seven main levels in the hierarchy of organism classification, with examples of each level.
- Explain the five-kingdom system of classification and learn about each of its components (Animalia, Plantae, Monera, Fungi, and Protista).
- Discover the history of the classification system and some of those who helped to develop it, including Aristotle and Carolus Linnaeus.
- Learn the structural similarities scientists identify when they classify organisms.
- Understand key words relevant to studying the topic How Animals are Classified including: Agnatha, caballus, Carolus Linnaeus, Chondrichthyes, Equus, euglena, genus, gill slits, hadfish, hybrids, larval stages, notochord, nuclei, Perissodactyla, phylum, subspecies,taxonomy, ungulates and vertebrae.
Sample Video from How Animals are Classified:
Zane Education’s unique approach to Visual Learning and the use of subtitled video to teach the topic ‘How Animals are Classified’ provides an interesting, compelling and enjoyably effective way for kids to study this subject. The use subtitled video enables children to study How Animals are Classified, while at the same time using the subtitles to improve their Reading and Literacy skills – a rare opportunity in education today.
Zane’s approach to the use of online video developed specifically to provide the curriculum-based information about the history and structure of the five-kingdom system of organism classification is a refreshing option to the use of textbooks alone, and the combined use of subtitles with the video allows each child to choose whether to watch, listen to, or read each video presentation – according to their preferred Learning Style.
It provides a wonderfully beneficial experience for the average student, and by providing these choices for kids to process the information according to their level of ability, they make this material on How Animals are Classified accessible to a wide range of kids with Special Education needs. Of course the use of online educational video also provides the gifted students the opportunity to study at their own speed.
As always Zane out-performs other companies in the online educational video market by providing each topic with its own Lesson Plan – which parents and Teachers can download at no cost, online interactive study tools to ensure that each child can study ‘How Animals are Classified’ thoroughly, and an interactive multiple-choice quiz on the topic.