Sheer awesomeness. Students select traits - Darwin "guides" them through the environmental changes. Depending on the mutations they choose, they could be a survivor!

Sheer awesomeness. Students select traits - Darwin "guides" them through the environmental changes. Depending on the mutations they choose, they could be a survivor!

Students discover how mutations lead to adaptation and subsequently led to the development of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution as they take notes and watch a (hyperlinked) short BBC video. Then, students will demonstrate evolution by natural selection with our spin on the bird beak lab "May the Best Beak Win."

Students discover how mutations lead to adaptation and subsequently led to the development of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution as they take notes and watch a (hyperlinked) short BBC video. Then, students will demonstrate evolution by natural selection with our spin on the bird beak lab "May the Best Beak Win."

Life Science Interactive Notebook – Change Over Time & Classification include the following main concepts: •	Darwin’s Theory of Evolution •	Evolution of Populations •	The Fossil Record •	Classification •	Domains and Kingdoms

Life Science Interactive Notebook – Change Over Time & Classification include the following main concepts: • Darwin’s Theory of Evolution • Evolution of Populations • The Fossil Record • Classification • Domains and Kingdoms

Darwin's Theory of Evolution Worksheet | Chapter 15 Darwin's Theory of Evolution Reviewing Key Concepts

Darwin's Theory of Evolution Worksheet | Chapter 15 Darwin's Theory of Evolution Reviewing Key Concepts

NATURAL SELECTION:  NOVA visits David Wake, a renowned evolutionary biologist at the University of California, Berkeley, as he explains why members of the same species of California salamander look and behave so differently. It's a case study of Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection, and an example, Wake says, that Darwin himself would have loved.

NATURAL SELECTION: NOVA visits David Wake, a renowned evolutionary biologist at the University of California, Berkeley, as he explains why members of the same species of California salamander look and behave so differently. It's a case study of Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection, and an example, Wake says, that Darwin himself would have loved.

Life Science Interactive Notebook – Change Over Time & Classification include the following main concepts: •	Darwin’s Theory of Evolution •	Evolution of Populations •	The Fossil Record •	Classification •	Domains and Kingdoms

Life Science Interactive Notebook – Change Over Time & Classification include the following main concepts: • Darwin’s Theory of Evolution • Evolution of Populations • The Fossil Record • Classification • Domains and Kingdoms

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