For your Zoo Observation Report, you will use your articles to build arguments and conclusions about your zoo observations.
1. Title of paper (on a separate page), your name, course, date
2. Introduction Bring together theories and evidence from your articles to provide background for your hypothesis and create a compelling narrative about how the articles you've read have built up to your hypothesis. Build an argument of evidence (from published papers) leading to your stated hypothesis and predictions.
3. STATE Conservation Status of your species: use CITES or IUCN to report on the conservation status of your species:
4. Methods: Subsections should include:
5. Results: provide descriptions and summaries (in tables/graphs) of the categories of behaviors you observed; note that graphs are referred to as “Figures”.
6. Discussion: interpret your results objectively in light of evidence from published papers you have read
7. References: a list of the sources you cited