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Variation and Clasification

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Paul Sheffield

on 8 January 2015

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Transcript of Variation and Clasification

Task
produce a scientific display
evaluate the arguments for and against evolution
decide which side of the argument you support
explain your decision
Creationism
Arguments against creationism and intelligent design
Intelligent design
Thank you!
Starter
Evolution
L.O
Present the arguments for and against evolution
Make a balanced argument for or against evolution
Starter
explain how the eye could have evolved
remember small changes!
Variation and Clasification
L.O
Evolution
Creationism

Variation and inheritance
L.O
Arguments for and against evolution
Starter
complete the marking point questions
Who was Charles Darwin?
What is evolution?
What is natural selection?
Why do some organisms go extinct?
Can you describe the reasons why some scientists believe humans are causing a new Mass extinction?
What could we do to halt it?
Explain whether or not it is important to halt it?
Revision
Discontinuous
Continuous
Inherited
Environmental
Genetic
acquired
Positive Correlation
Negative correlation
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