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  21.   NS 4: Invertebrates
Miss Wilcox Biology I Natural Selection Approximate Time: 50 minutes Objective: TSW 1.Identify the characteristics of all animals. 6c 2.Recognize the differences between major divisions of the animal kingdom (vertebrate, invertebrate). 6c 3.Differentiate among the eight phyla of invertebrates. 6c Materials: White board, markers, reading passages on the phyla, index cards, pencils, homework sheet practicing classification of invertebrates Warm-up: 1.Describe the differences between vascular and non-vascular plants. 2.How do seed-bearing pla...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  22.   Classification
...notation: This lesson will explain the reasons that society groups and classifies. The lesson has a hands-on component that helps students connect everyday grouping with the way that scientists group and classify all living organisms. Content Standard(s): SC(4) 6. Classify animals as vertebrates or invertebrates and as endotherms or ectotherms. TC2(3-5) 1. Use input and output devices of technology systems. TC2(3-5) 2. Use various technology applications, including word processing and multimedia software. TC2(3-5) 8. Collect information from a variety of digital sources. Local/National Standards: Primary Learning Obj...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  23.   I Know What I Am... but, What Are You? (Classifying Living Things)
...rview/Annotation: During this lesson students will develop an understanding of how to classify living things and what creates the distinction among them. They will learn to classify living things by effects, environment, and activity. Content Standard(s): SC(4) 6. Classify animals as vertebrates or invertebrates and as endotherms or ectotherms. TC2(3-5) 2. Use various technology applications, including word processing and multimedia software. TC2(3-5) 5. Practice safe use of technology systems and applications. TC2(3-5) 8. Collect information from a variety of digital sources. Local/National Standards: NSES Content S...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  24.   Systems Every "body" Needs to Know
...WebQuest with Internet and multimedia resources provided for research. Students will create a cell diagram, write a letter, and create a slideshow presentation to demonstrate knowledge of the subject and appropriate use of technology. Content Standard(s): SC(4) 6. Classify animals as vertebrates or invertebrates and as endotherms or ectotherms. SC(5) 7. Identify common parts of plant and animal cells, including the nucleus, cytoplasm, and cell membrane. SC(5) 8. Identify major body systems and their functions, including the circulatory system, respiratory system, excretory system, and reproductive system. TC2(3-5) 2....
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  25.   ABC Book of Fauna
...SC(9-12) Biology 15. Identify biomes based on environmental factors and native organisms. SC(9-12) Marine Biology Elective 9. Arrange various forms of marine life from most simple to most complex. SC(9-12) Zoology Elective 4. Use taxonomic groupings to differentiate the structure and physiology of invertebrates with dichotomous keys. SC(9-12) Zoology Elective 5. Use taxonomic groupings to differentiate structure and physiology of vertebrates with dichotomous keys. SC(9-12) Zoology Elective 7. Explain how species adapt to changing environments to enhance survival and reproductive success, including changes in structu...
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  26.   Invertebrate Classification
Invertebrate Classification Purpose: This lesson serves to introduce students to the animal kingdom. Students will outline the characteristics of the animal kingdom, distinguish between invertebrates and vertebrates, and identify specimens belonging to major invertebrate animal phyla and classes. VA SOLs: BIO. 4. The stude...
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  27.   Invertebrate Phyla
Title: Invertebrate Phyla Objectives: • Students will develop an understanding of the characteristics of the invertebrate Phyla in the Kingdom Animal. • Students will be able to classify organisms into Phyla based on their characteristics • Student will be able to distinguish radial symmetry, bilateral symmetry, and asymmetry. •...
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  28.   Invertebrates: Our Many Spineless Friends
Grades 3-5 Invertebrates: Our Many Spineless Friends Beth Sellers, WVPT Overview Topic: Invertebrates. This lesson on invertebrates is a part of a thematic unit on animal classification. Very little prerequisite knowledge is required for students to partake in this lesson, which meets Va. Science SOL 5.5. As a part of this lesson, st...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  29.   Invertebrates
Invertebrates Kathie F. Nunley, Granger High School Here's an example of a "Daily" layered curriculum unit from High School Biology: Name____ Due Date ____ Period____ Unit 10 Invertebrates (cont.): The Arthropods Matching papers will not be graded. Day 1: 1. Quietly, watch the movie. 10 pts 2. Write 15 new ideas learned...
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  30.   Invertebrate Phyla
Liz Zbrozek 6/25/08 3rd period Biology I 50 minutes Objective: TSW.... --Identify the common characteristics of organisms within the kingdom Animalia (Science 6b) (DOK I) --Describe the organisms within each of the 8 invertebrate phyla by identifying with the characteristics of the phylum. (Science 6b) (DOK I) Materials: writing utensil, paper, worksheet, notecards, notes packet, transparencies, powerpoint. Bell Work: 1) A lima bean is a dicot. Write down as many characteristics that it must have. (One example characteristic: it has 2...
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