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Unit f learning goals

  1. 1. Unit F: Evolution Learning GoalsActivity Content Standard PerformanceExpectationsLearning GoalsActivity 89: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?Activity 90: Figuring Out FossilsActivity 94: A Meeting of MindsActivity 95: Hiding in the BackgroundActivity 96: Battling BeaksActivity 97: Origins of SpeciesActivity 99: A Whale of a TaleActivity 100: DNA – The Evidence WithinLS3A:The scientific theoryofevolution underliesthe study of biology and explains both thediversityof life on Earth and similarities of allorganismsat the chemical, cellular, and molecularlevel. Evolutionis supported by multiple forms ofscientific evidence.Explain andprovideevidenceof howbiologicalevolutionaccounts for thediversityof speciesonEarth today.I I can explain usingevidence howbiological evolutionaccounts for thediversity of species onEarth today.Activity 89: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow?Activity 94: A Meeting of MindsActivity 95: Hiding in the BackgroundActivity 96: Battling BeaksActivity 97: Origins of SpeciesLS3E: Adaptationsare physical or behavioralchanges that are inherited and enhance the abilityof an organismto survive and reproduce in aparticular environment.Give an example of a plantor animal adaptationthatwould confer a survival andreproductive advantageduring a givenenvironmentalchange.I can give examples ofplant and animaladaptations thatincrease the success ofan organism during anenvironmentalchange.Activity 90: Figuring Out FossilsActivity 94: A Meeting of MindsActivity 97: Origins of SpeciesActivity 99: A Whale of a TaleLS3G: Evidencefor evolutionincludes similaritiesamong anatomical and cell structures, andpatternsof development make it possible to inferdegree of relatedness among organisms.Infer the degree ofrelatedness of two species,given diagrams ofanatomicalfeatures of thetwo species(e.g., chickenwing, whale flipper, humanhand, bee leg).I can infer how closelyrelated two species arebased on theiranatomicalfeaturesLEARNING GOALS:I can explain using evidence how biological evolution accounts for the diversity of species on Earth today.I can give examples of plant and animal adaptations that increase the success of an organism during an environmental change.I can infer how closely related two species are based on their anatomicalfeatures

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