UNIT 5: EVOLUTION

The star-nosed mole has a pink snout that is especially good at finding food.  The snout’s 22 fingerlike rays can touch up to 12 ev olutionobjects in just one second.  The mole also uses strong paddle-shaped feet for burrowing, and its large ear openings give it excellent hearing.  These special traits make up for it poor vision- which it doesn’t really need underground.

 website resources
Lectures and Notes:

Biology Syllabus
Syllabus and Behavior Contract
Safety Contract
Student Notes: Chapter 10
Student Notes: Chapter 11
Student Notes: Chapter 12
PowerPoint Lecture Chapter 10
PowerPoint Lecture Chapter 11
PowerPoint Lecture Chapter 12

Worksheets:

Chapter 10 Concept Review
Chapter 11 Concept Review
Chapter 12 Concept Review
Chapter 10 Defining Terms
Chapter 11 Defining Terms
Chapter 12 Defining Terms
Evolution Test Review
Evolution Crossword Puzzle
Worksheet: Evolution Concept Map
Worksheet: The Selection Process
Worksheet: Video Worksheet “Was Darwin Right or Wrong

Labs and Classroom Activities:

“Build a Beast”
A Fishy Twist on Adaptations
Evolution of Cartoon Fossils
Amino Acid Sequence and Evolution
Geologic Time Scale
Peppered Moth Online Simulation
Lab: Peppered Moth Survey
Peppered Moth Simulation
Peppered Moth Simulation background sheets
Interpreting Fossil Evidence
Interpreting Fossil Evidence Resource Manual
Interpreting Fossil Evidence-Bones

Textbook Resources:

Textbook Online Resourcesbiolog3[1]
Textbook Practice Quizzes Unit 1
Chapter 1 Review Game
Chapter 2 Review Game
Textbook Animated Biology

Videos:

Seinfeld: The Scientific Method