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Monday march 10, 2014

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    Monday march 10, 2014 Monday march 10, 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • Get out something to work on/ a book If you have missing work in ANY CLASS, this is the time to get caught up!! H Period
    • Monday March 10, 2014 Warm Up- Get out your “ Darwin’s Theory Guided Reading” Homework Answer Monday’s Question: The student removes two books from the stack supporting the ramp and rolls the ball down the ramp again. Which of the following best describes how the ball’s motion is different after the books are removed?
    • Students will be able to explain how natural selection relates to evolution Objective
    • 1. false 2. species 3. fossil 4. true 5. a, c 6. organisms 7. b 8. a 9. adaptation 10. b, c, d 11. c 12. natural selection 13. false 14. b 15. c 16. a 17. true 18. false Darwin’s Theory Guided Reading
    • 1. Read over the activity- as a group 2. What do you need to complete this activity? 3. What are you doing in this activity? 4. Who is doing what in the activity? 5. How are you going to accomplish this activity? Nature at Work Activity
    • Work on Sickle Cell and malaria worksheet and crossword puzzle When completed, you may work on other homework or read X Period--- C period
    • Tuesday March 11, 2014 Warm Up- Complete Tuesday’s Warm Up Question
    • Students will be able to create a graphic organizer for notes on Chapter 5 Section 1 and Chapter 5 Section 2 Objective
    • Darwin’s Theory Page 138- 145 Evidence of Evolution Page 148-153 Create a pamphlet as your notes for this section. ---- Finish for Homework There will be a learning check tomorrow on this information! If finished, you can work on your Franklin Monster Baby Activity Include: CH 5 Sec 1: Darwin’s Observations Galapagos Organisms Evolution ***Natural Selection*** CH 5 Sec 2 ***Interpreting the Evidence*** Branching Trees- draw How do new species form
    • Wednesday March 12, 2014 Warm Up — Work on Wednesday’s Warm Up Question
    • Students will be able to explain how natural selection relates to evolution Students will be able to identify and explain evidence that shows evolution Objective
    • Learning Check
    • Finish Monster Babies! 5 minutes- Share with your groups Monster Baby in Franklin!!
    • Finish Part 2 of Activity Go back over your questions and make sure they make sense.--- Check them with your group Nature at Work Activity
    • Thursday March 13, 2014 Warm Up— 1. 1. QUIZ MOVED TO MONDAY MARCH 17!!! 2. 2. Get out the Evolution of the Franklin Monster- Collecting 3. 3. Get out Nature at Work Activity and Questions– Collecting 4. 4. Get out Evolution Homework– Going over 5. 5. Get out Warm Up--- Work on Thursday’s Warm Up Question
    • Students will be able to identify and explain evidence that shows evolution Objective
    • Go over 1. What is evolution? 2. What are three causes of natural selection? 3. Darwin examined beak shapes. This is an example of what? 4. What are two pieces of evidence that show evolution has occurred? 5. How do new species form?? Learning Check
    • Fossils Homologous structures- similar structures that related species have inherited from a common ancestor Patterns of early development Evidence of Evolution Pg 149
    • Get out your pamphlet of notes and text book--- Page 138 Highlight/ add the important notes that we need to know for each section for Chapter 5 What do we need to know??
    • Evolution Natural selection Adaptation Overproduction Competition Fossils Homologous structures Genetic variation Common ancestor extinction Vocabulary Words
    • Diversity of living things Remains of ancient organisms Characteristics of organisms living on the Galapagos Islands Species--- Darwin’s Observations
    • Organisms on the islands were different from those on the mainland Galapagos Organisms
    • The change in a species over time Evolution
    • Factors that affect natural selection are overproduction, competition and variation Selection, environmental change, and genes are play a part in natural selection Natural Selection
    • Patterns of early development Similar body structures ---- Homologous structures Fossils Interpreting the Evidence
    • A diagram that shows how scientists think different groups of organisms are related Branching Trees
    • A new species can form when a group of individuals remains isolated from the rest of its species long enough to evolve different traits How do new species form
    • How did the Nature at Work Activity relate to what we know about evolution? Ticket to Leave
    • Friday March 15, 2014 Warm Up— Put all belongings to the sides of the room! BE CAREFUL!! Work on Friday’s Warm Up Question Reminder!!!! QUIZ ON MONDAY!!! STUDY!!!!!
    • Students will be able to review information about evolution Objective
    • Amount of different species living in a certain area Biodiversity
    • Station 1: Making index cards to study from– evolution vocab words Station 2: Interpreting a Branching Tree Diagram Station 3: Concept Map about Evolution Station 4: Key Terms Word Search using Ch.5 Vocab Station 5: How to survive one million years Natural Selection Game REVIEW STATIONS