GO IN DEPTH

The Wild Trees

The Wild Trees

Introduction

As you read The Wild Trees, you will notice that each chapter has a unique name. After you've read each chapter, write a brief paragraph explaining the significance of the chapter name given by the author in terms of the scientific inquiry presented in the chapter. In this paragraph, summarize how scientific inquiry is presented in the chapter and explain its significance to the book. Then, write a new name for the chapter and explain why you have chosen it and how it relates to both the content of the chapter and the overall themes of the book.

As you are working on this exercise, keep in mind the core idea of the learning goal for this lesson: “…beliefs about the value of evidence, logic, and good arguments. And there is agreement that progress in all fields of science depends on intelligence, hard work, imagination, and even chance.”


Chapter 1: Vertical Eden

Explain the significance of this chapter title:

 

 

Rename the chapter and explain why you have selected this new name:

 

 

Chapter 2: The Fall of Telperion

Explain the significance of this chapter title:

 

 

Rename the chapter and explain why you have selected this new name:

 

 

Chapter 3: The Opening of the Labyrinth

Explain the significance of this chapter title:

 

 

Rename the chapter and explain why you have selected this new name:

 

 



Chapter 4: Love in Zeus

Explain the significance of this chapter title:

 

 

Rename the chapter and explain why you have selected this new name:

 

 

 

Chapter 5: Into the Deep Canopy

Explain the significance of this chapter title:

 

 

Rename the chapter and explain why you have selected this new name:

 

 

 


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