Evolution Bell Ringer, Goals and Objectives

Evolution Bell Ringer, Goals and Objectives

Evolution Bell Ringer, Goals and Objectives April 3, 2019 Wednesday Bell Ringer #3 (Topic: Evolution) 1) What is the definition of evolution? Goal Quizlet Work on Transitional Fossil Project Print Pictures Objective: Understand transitional species

and the trend in evolution April 4, 2019 Thursday Bell Ringer #4 1) How do common elements (oxygen, hydrogen, carbon) and macromolecules (protein, carbs, lipids and nucleic acids) provide evidence of evolution ? Goal Review for Quiz on Friday Take notes Work on Project Transitional Species Objective

Understand the process of evolution and finding transitional species in the fossil record April 5, 2019 Friday Bell Ringer #5 1) What is a transitional fossil? Define and provide and example Goal Quiz on Genetic Disorder Treatments Review Fossils Timeline activity Objective: Understand major event in the history of the

Earth. April 8, 2019 Monday Bell Ringer #6 1) How is DNA and protein synthesis evidence of evolution? Goal Card Sorting and Major Events in Earths History Objective: Collaborate to put together a semi-accurate timeline of

major geological time scale events. April 9, 2019 Tuesday Bell Ringer #7 1) How old is the Earth and what evidence is used to support the age? Goal PowerPoint and Notes on Radiometric Dating Practice Problems Objective: Understand the science and apply it to determine ages of different fossils and rocks

April 10, 2019 Wednesday Bell Ringer #8 1) How does radiometric dating support the theory of evolution? Goal Review Radiometric Dating, fossils, Element and DNA evidence of evolution Research homologous and analogous structure Objective: Compare homologous and analogous structures - draw and compare

April 11, 2019 Bell Ringer #9 1) What is a half-life? How is it used? Goal/Agenda Review Radiometric Dating Quizlet Project Homologous and Analogous structures Objective Understand how homologous

and analogous structures support the theory of evolution. April 12, 2019 Bell Ringer #10 Bell Ringer Sheet Due 1) What is relative dating versus radiometric dating? Goal & Objective Quiz/Assessment Molecular Evidence of Mutations Reading (Due at the end of the

period) April 15, 2019 Monday Bell Ringer #1 1) What is the definition of homologous structures and how do they support the fact that organisms have changed over time? Agenda Teacher(s) review homologous structures

Introduction to whale evolution and homologous structures Objective Understand how homologous structures support the theory of evolution. Wednesday, April 17th Bell Ringer #3 1) How many years ago did hippos and cetaceans (whales) share a common ancestor?

Agenda: Review study guide and notes on natural selection Objective: Finish study guide and begin to understand how evolution occurs and how new species are formed April 18, 2019 Thurs Bell Ringer #4 1) What two pieces (from Monday activity) of evolutionary evidence

suggest whales are related to hippos, which is an artiodactyl? Agenda: Bird beak adaptation lab Natural Selection Activity to help understand how evolution happens (main mechanism) Obj: Model how evolution happens April 19, 2019 Friday Bell Ringer 1) What are methods of isolation that may result in new species? Agenda

Review Natural and Artificial selection Bird Beak Lab Objective: Understand how genetics, adaptations and environmental pressures relate to changes in species.

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