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  • 1. ANIMALS WITHOUT BACKBONES PAGES 78-85
  • 2. WHAT ARE INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 78+79
  • 3. WHAT ARE INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 78+79
  • 4. WHAT ARE INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 78+79
    • 1. WHICH KIND OF SYMMETRY DO YOU SEE IN A BIRD?
    • A BIRD IS THE SAME ON BOTH SIDES; A BIRD HAS A SYMMETRY DOWN THE MIDDLE.
    • 2. WHICH KIND OF SYMMETRY DO YOU SEE IN A SPONGE?
    • SPONGES LACK SYMMETRY?
  • 5. WHAT ARE INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 78+79 (USE PG 79)
    • 3. WHICH ANIMALS HAVE SYMMETRY FROM SIDE TO SIDE?
    • SNAILS, WORMS, SPIDERS
    • 4. WHICH ANIMALS HAVE SYMMETRY FROM A CENTER POINT?
    • SEA STARS AND SAND DOLLARS
    • 5. HOW ARE ALL OF THESE ANIMALS SIMILAR?
    • THEY ARE ALL INVERTEBRATES; NONE OF THEM HAVE BACKBONES
  • 6. WHAT ARE SOME INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 80+81
  • 7. WHAT ARE SOME INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 80+81
  • 8. WHAT ARE SOME INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 80+81
  • 9. WHAT ARE SOME INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 80+81
  • 10. WHAT ARE SOME INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 80+81
    • 1. WHAT ARE SPONGES?
    • THE SIMPLEST KINDS OF INVERTEBRATES
    • 2. WHAT ARE THREE ANIMALS THAT ARE CNIDARIANS?
    • JELLYFISH, HYDRAS, CORALS
    • 3. WHAT ARE MOLLUSKS?
    • SOFT- BODIED INVERTEBRATES
  • 11. WHAT ARE SOME INVERTEBRATES? PAGES 80+81
    • 4. WHICH ANIMALS HAVE POISONOUS STINGERS ON THEIR TENTACLES?
    • CNIDARIANS, CORAL, JELLYFISH
    • 5. WHICH FEATURE OF MOST MOLLUSKS IS NOT A FEATURE OF THE OCTUPUS?
    • AN OUTER SHELL
  • 12. HOMEWORK
    • RW 26
    • VL 9
    • AL 30
  • 13. WHAT ARE ARTHOPODS? PAGES 82+83
  • 14. WHAT ARE ARTHOPODS? PAGES 82+83
    • 1. WHAT ARE FOUR GROUPS OF ARTHOPODS?
    • INSECTS, CRUSTACEANS, ARACHNIDS, CENTIPEDES, AND MILLIPEDES
    • 2. WHAT ARE EXAMPLES OF ANIMALS IN THE ARACHNID?
    • SPIDERS, MITES, SCORPIONS, TICKS, AND DADDY LONGLEGS
  • 15. WHAT ARE ARTHOPODS? PAGES 82+83
    • 3. HOW ARE INSECTS AND ARACHNIDS DIFFERENT?
    • INSECTS HAVE THREE BODY SECTIONS, THREE PAIRS OF LEGS, AND ONE OR MORE PAIRS OF WINGS; ARACHNIDS HAVE TWO BODY SECTIONS, FOUR PAIRS OF LEGS, AND UP TO EIGHT EYES.
  • 16. WHAT ARE ARTHOPODS? PAGES 82+83
    • 4. HOW DOES AN EXOSKELETON PROTECT AN ARTHOPOD?
    • PROTECTS THE BODY; KEEPS IN MOISTURE
    • 5. HOW DO CENTIPEDES AND MILLIPEDES DIFFER?
    • A CENTIPEDE HAS ONE PAIR OF LEGS ON EACH BODY SEGMENT. A MILLIPEDE HAS TWO PAIRS OF LEGS ON EACH BODY SEGMENT.
  • 17. WHAT ARE ARTHOPODS? PAGES 82+83
    • 6. WHICH GROUP DO CRABS, SHRIMP, AND BARNACLES BELONG TO?
    • CRUSTACEANS
    • 7. WHY ARE ALL OF THESE ANIMALS GROUPED TOGETHER AS INSECTS?
    • THEY ALL HAVE ONE PAIR OF ANTENNAE, THREE PAIRS OF LEGS, ONE OR TWO PAIRS OF WINGS, AND THREE BODY SECTIONS.
  • 18. HOW ARE WORMS CLASSIFIED? PAGE 84
  • 19. HOW ARE WORMS CLASSIFIED? PAGE 84
    • 1. WHAT ARE TWO TYPES OF WORMS OTHER THAN EARTHWORMS?
    • FLATWORMS AND ROUNDWORMS
    • 2. HOW ARE ALL WORMS SIMILAR?
    • THEY ARE ALL INVERTEBRATES.
    • 3. HOW ARE FLATWORMS AND ROUNDWORMS DIFFERENT?
    • FLATWORMS HAVE A FLAT, RIBBONLIKE BODY; ROUNDWORMS HAVE THIN BODIES AND POINTED ENDS.
  • 20. HOW ARE WORMS CLASSIFIED? PAGE 84
    • 4. WHICH WORM HAS A SEGMENTED BODY?
    • EARTHWORM
    • 2. WHICH WORM HAS A FLAT BODY STRUCTURE?
    • PLANARIAN
    • 3. WHICH WORM IS LONG AND HAS POINTED ENDS?
    • ROUNDWORM
  • 21. LESSON REVIEW
    • E-REVIEW
    • VOCAB
  • 22. HOMEWORK
    • RW 27-29
    • VL 10
    • LESSON 19