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Diversity of living things: Unit 1 Lesson 2 and 3 Evolution and Creation
Transcript of Diversity of living things: Unit 1 Lesson 2 and 3 Evolution and Creation
write out vocab words definitions . 1. Evolution
2. Artificial selection
7.extinction Vocabulary words: 1. Evolution: process by which populations
change over time
2. Artificial selections: is a process where we
select plants or animals
for breeding based on
3. Natural selection: is a process where an organisms receives super genes to pass on to off springs
4.variations: differences within a species
5. mutation: change in genetic material
6. Adaptation: a trait that helps an animal survive and reproduce
7. extinction: once existed but no more. HOW DO WE KNOW WHAT HAPPENED WHEN?
30 MINUTE ACTIVITY #1 CHARLES DARWIN Open to Page 15 in your work books and answer all questions on Page 15. 4 parts of Natural Selection Darwin's Home work
What other ideas influenced Darwin? PAGE 18-19 Open your workbook to Pages 20-21 Read both pages and answer questions 11-13 11. Infer : A fish may have hundreds of offspring at a time, and only a small number will survive. What characteristics of fish might allow them to survive?
12. Summarize: How did large jaws and teeth become typical traits of Jaguars?
13. Explain: In the table below explain how each part of natural selection works?
adaptation 1 DAY 3
CREATION and EVOLUTION How different species of animals
adapt to their environment for survival Engage your Brain Fur color help prevent an animal from being eaten T/F?
The amount of available food can affect an organisms survival T/F?
The parents' characteristics are not passed on to you T/F?
A species can go extinct if its habitat is destroyed. T/F? How do you think this bird and this flower
are related? Explain 7. Darwin studied artificial selection in the pigeons that he bred. List 3 other domestic animals that have many different breeds?
8. Active reading on Page 19.
As you read, underline the names of other important thinkers who influenced Darwin's idea
9. Explain why the size of your muscles is partly an acquired trait and partly dependent on DNA
10. Summarize What can you conclude from the two red lines on this graph? 1. over production
2. Genetic Variation
4. Adaptation Complete Pages 20-21 in your book AN EXAMPLE OF NATURAL SELECTION I WILL SET A TIMER FOR 30 MINUTES FOR YOU TO COMPLETE THIS LAB ACTIVITY. MAKE SURE TO ANSWER ALL 10 QUESTIONS AND TURN IT IN WHEN THE BUZZER GOES OFF! day 2 :
1. FILL OUT ANTICIPATION GUIDE
2. COMPLETE THE DESCRIPTION ON
VOCABULARY KNOWLEDGE RATING SHEET.
3. MAKE SURE TO STUDY VOCABULARY WORDS Do Species change over time? WHAT'S THAT FOR ACIVTY # 2 you will be given 45 minutes to complete this poster follow the directions on your hand out Activity Lab #3
Model Natural Selection you will be given 20 minutes to complete thIs lab activity Lesson Review
1. genetic variation
4. Darwin saw variations in finches that lived on neighboring islands, Finches on different island had different types of beaks
5. It can lead to extinction of a species unless variations allow for adaptation
6. acquired traits are not passed on to off spring
7. Mutations are some source of variation. Some mutations are beneficial.most are not
8.lizzards body helps it blend into the surroundings
9. fast ones might survive. population could change over time. EVIDENCE OF EVOLUTION VISUAL SUMMARY ANSWERS ON PAGE 24
ANSWERS TO HOME WORK 1. ARTIFICIAL
2. INHERITED VARIATIONS
4. DIFFERENT TRAITS ARE ADVANTAGEOUS DEPENDING ON THE ENVIRONMENT Page 28 in your work book
engage your brain Fossils provide evidence of organisms that lived in the past True/False
The wings of a bat has similar bones to those in a human arm. True/False
DNA can tell us how closely related two organisms are True/False
whales are descendants from land dwelling animals True/False
FOSSIL: remains or trace of a once living organism
fossil record: Watch the DVD on Charles Darwin Evidence for Creation Day 4 Claims of Evolution
1. Fossil Records
2. Common Structures among organisms Claims of Creation
1. Intelligent Design- earth is round, revolves around the sun
2. Humans have existed for a long time and have not evolved Evidence Supporting Theories Day 3 1. Vocabulary- Complete Magnet Word. (pink sheet)- NAME MUST BE ON SHEET
Evolution is Your Magnet Word
2. Think Outside the Book page 16- Write Your Entry on the back of the Magnet Word Activity.
3. Vocabulary- Rate post knowledge of understanding Creation/ Evolution 1. Open Your textbook to My section following lesson 3
2. Draw a Venn Diagram
3. Label Circles: Evolution/Creation
4. In the Middle Circle label: Similarities
5. List at least TWO differences for each
6. List at least ONE similarity between the two
7. Finally, complete the following statement on the bottom of your diagram: There are many differences between _________ and ____________, such as _____________________.
There are some similarities as well, for example, ______.
8. Use your textbook and iPad to research Answer # 3&4 on PDP Cornell Notes based on knowledge from the videos WHEN YOU COMPLETE YOUR VENN DIAGRAM- complete anticipation guide after, marking whether you AGREE or DISAGREE with each statement.