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The Diversity of Living Things : Unit 1 Chapter 5 CLASSIFICATION
Transcript of The Diversity of Living Things : Unit 1 Chapter 5 CLASSIFICATION
10,animalia vocabulary knowledge rating sheet classification 5 groups of classification video cougar mountain lion ENGAGE YOUR BRAIN
page 53 THE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM USED TODAY HAS CHANGED VERY LITTLE SINCE IT WAS INTRODUCED. TRUE/FALSE
TO BE CLASSIFIED AS AN ANIMAL.AN ORGANISM MUST HAVE A BACKBONE. TUE/FALSE
ORGANISMS CAN BE CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO WHETHER THEY HAVE NUCLEI IN THEIR CELLS. TRUE/FALSE
SCIENTISTS CAN STUDY GENETIC MATERIAL TO CLASSIFY ORGANISMS. TRUE/FALSE
ANIMALS THAT HAVE MANY PHYSICAL SIMILARITIES ARE ALWAYS RELATED. TRUE/FALSE 2. Analyze the Indian pipe plant could be
mistaken for a fungus. Write down how this plant is similar and different from other plants you know. active reading write an example sentence using the word:
PLANTAE American goldfinch YELLOW PANSY BUTTERFLY sorting things out page 54 how do scientists know living things are related. Physical characteristics page 55 Chemical characteristics Page 55 red panda giant panda spectacled bear racoon Whats in a a name? page 56 Carl Linneaus The three domains Bacteria: all bacteria belong to domain bacteria, prokaryotes, single cell, live almost everywhere. Archaea belong to domain Archaea, prokaryotes,they are different from bacteria, because of genetic material of cell wall. live in very harsh environment african pangolin read pages 58-59 and answer
questions 12 and 13. kingdom plantae kingdom plantae Page 60 :How are protist different from plants Unit 1 Lesson 5
Classification of living things WHAT IS A "FELIS" worksheet You will have 5 minutes to complete this activity using the pictures on the next slide domestic cat jaguar PUMA what are the levels of classification. Page 57 Eukarya have a nucleus, and membrane bound organelles. examples algae, mushrooms,humans. can be single celled like protist and fungi, many are multicelled kingdom
animallia Extra Practice/Activity: Using a Dichotomous Key Lab
20 minutes KEYS TO SUCCESS pages 64 and 65
22.Dichotomous Key to six mammals in Eastern United States . Use the key to identify the animals shown in the photograph.
23. Visualize it.
some dichotomous keys are set up as diagrams instead of tables. work through the key below to
identify the unknown plant HOME WORK
PAge 67 Discussion
Earthworms & Caterpillars Directions:
1. Using the previous note created in Notability, use the descriptions on the left to answer the following question:
Would you classify these animals together or separately? Explain your answer Think About It Directions:
1. Open Notability folder "Opening Activities & Assessments
2. Create a NEW NOTE
3. Title NOTE; Classification Next,
4. Answer: Why do we classify living things? Lastly:
5. Turn and talk with your neighbor- share your answers Similarities:
Long and skinny bodies
Bodies divided into segments
Earthworm moves underground. Has no eyes or legs, and regrow lost segments
Caterpillar crawls above ground. page 54 BRAIN BREAK Find a classmate who has the same hair color Determine who has the longest hair Ask: Why do we classify living things? Be seated with your new partner 2. Activity Classification has NEVER Been Sweeter! Vocabulary 1. Species: a group of organisms that are very closely related. They can mate and produce offspring.
2. genus: includes similar species.
3. domain: represents the largest differences among organisms.
4. Bacteria: prokaryote (lack a nucleus) reproduce by cell division
5. Archea: Prokaryote, lack a nucleus, different from bacteria, because of genetics, and in the cell wall. 6.Eukarya: multi cellular organisms have a nucleus. examples are some protist, fungi, plants, animals.
7. Protista: can be single celled or multi cellular. some examples are algae and slime molds.
8. Plantae: multicellular. Have cell wall, mostly made of cellulose. Make their own food. Photosynthesis
9. Fungi: Can be single cell or multicell. Get energy by absorbing materials. Examples are yeast, molds and mushrooms 11. Animalia: Heterotrops (cant make their own food). examples are birds, fish reptiles, amphibians, insects, mammals. DAY 2 1. Vocabulary- Complete diagram section on the Vocabulary Rating Sheet 3. Question & Answer Time DAY 3 1. Read pages 58-61. Answer questions 2-4 on PDP Cornell Notes
2. Next, answer questions 12 & 13 on page 59
3. Then, complete Paragraph Shrink. Must use all focus words and underline each word
4. Lastly, rate your post knowledge of each vocabulary word There will be 15 minutes to complete all four tasks above Page 64- Dichotomous Key- tool used to identify organisms. Practice- complete question #22