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Learning Exercise: Evolution: Change: All in the Family

Title:
Evolution: Change: All in the Family
Material:
Description:
Students will practice classifying living things into categories based on different criteria.
Course: Introductory Biology for Non-majors

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McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions
Date Last Modified:
December 10, 2008

Exercise

1. Evolution: All in the Family (http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMaterial.htm?id=76232) a. Click “Evolution Library” at the top of the page. Click “Evolution of Diversity,” then click “All in the Family.” b. Perform activities as instructed at the site accessed, then respond to the following “Two Minute Paper” questions: i. What was the most important point you learned about classifying living things? ii. How will this idea help you as you learn about living things in this course? iii. What organisms do you think are most like humans? iv. What evidence supports this? In other words, how could you support your claim with scientific research or established scientific data?
Additional Information: http://onlinelearning.mhhe.com/demos/Introductory_Biology_for_Nonmajors_V5_a.12/

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Audience

  • College General Ed

Topics

Introduction to Biology: Classification of Living Things

Learning Objectives

Classify living things into categories based on different criteria.

Type of Task

  • Individual

Technical Notes

Author Kim Hayen