Create your biodiversity psa storyboard using the

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Create your Biodiversity PSA storyboard using the following guidelines: a. Select a threatened or endangered species in your hotspot ecosystem, from your list, to be the subject of your PSA. b. Review the information about the species you have already collected.  Did you predict the effects that the removal  of this species would have on the ecosystem?  Do you know the role it plays in the local food web?  What will  happen to the ecosystem if the species population continues to decline or become extinct?  If necessary, continue  your research to answer these questions. c. Find out  WHY the species you have chosen is threatened or endangered.  What is happening in the hotspot that  is causing the species population to decline? d. Plan your PSA using the Biodiversity PSA Storyboard handout.  Your storyboard should include  drawings/graphics/script. Your goal is to motivate others to support a threatened or endangered species that lives  in your hotspot.  Your PSA must include: A description of the species, its habitat, and its ecosystem The reason the species is threatened or endangered (note specific threats to the species) How the loss of the species is likely to effect the ecosystem Suggestions for conservation actions by humans Expectation:  Each group will turn in: -1 Public service announcement in the form of a story board using template given  -3-5 minutes in length when read aloud  -Focusing on ONE species to protect -Including drawings and a script for each drawing - can be generated by hand or computer ** See rubric for how you will be graded**
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