Lessons for Evolution

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  • Co-Evolution - … how different species influence one another's evolution, students study how humans influence the evolution of bacteria through the development of antibiotics … Flash Interactive Microbe Clock Flash Interactive Evolving Ideas: Why Does Evolution Matter Now? QuickTime Video Complex Relations HTML Document Before the … naturally. But one can compare the parallel evolution of a natural organism -- bacteria -- with the evolution of modern medicine. Have your students …
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  • How Evolution Works - … natural selection, the mechanism that drives evolution. They begin by viewing short videos about the evolution of physical and behavioral adaptations in … role might this variation play in natural selection and evolution? 2. Show the Evolution of Camouflage video and discuss the following: What … Evolving? 12 Days of Evolution #11 | It's Okay to Be Smart Is Evolution Random? - 12 Days of Evolution #2 | It's Okay to Be Smart What Is Evolution, Anyway? - 12 Days of Evolution #1 …
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  • Roots: The Ancestry of Modern People - … & Processes: Evidence, models & explanation * NSES 1.4. Unifying Concepts & Processes: Evolution & equilibrium * NSES 2.2. Science as Inquiry: Understanding about scientific … humans * examine ways in which some conditions facilitate speciation and evolution * learn how evolutionary models are formed and evaluated * understand classification … , Eurasia, fossil, gene flow, geographic isolation, hominid, Homo sapiens, human evolution, human species, migration, mitochondrial DNA, natural selection, neurology, paleoanthropology, prehistoric …
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  • Microbes: Too Smart for Antibiotics? - … , nutrients, pathogen, plasmid, protist, virus Source: http://www.actionbioscience.org/evolution/meade callahan.html Lesson: Microbes: Too Smart for Antibiotics? by … consumers better understand antibiotic use? Source: http://www.actionbioscience.org/evolution/meade callahan.html Lesson: Microbes: Too Smart for Antibiotics? by … these processes: ! biotransformation ! bioactivation ! bioremediation Source: http://www.actionbioscience.org/evolution/meade callahan.html Lesson: Microbes: Too Smart for Antibiotics? by …
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  • Evolution Lesson: Comparison of Human and Chimp. Chromosomes - … to List of Lessons Return Home Comparison of EVOLUTION Human and Chimpanzee Chromosomes Human Evolution Patterns by Beth Kramer The banding patterns … Sequences & Primate Evolution" as part of this human evolution concert of lessons, all providing excellent "independent confirmation" of human evolution. 3. Be sure … apes. OTHER RESOURCES Wallace, Bruce. 1966. Chromosomes, Giant Molecules, and Evolution. W.W. Norton & Co. Excellent discussion of chromsome changes and …
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  • What is the Nature of Science? - … /readingroom/ books/evolution98/ (Online version of NAP publication, Teaching about Evolution and the Nature of Science) www.indiana.edu/~ensiweb/ lessons … : Harvard University Press, 1993. National Academy of Sciences. Teaching about Evolution and the Nature of Science. Washington, DC: National Academy Press … -depth Investigation Solving the Puzzle Darwin formulated his theory of evolution by observing nature and analyzing evidence--or using the scientific …
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  • Comparison of Human and Ape Chromosomes - … and ape skulls and their chronology, introducing evolution. 2. As part of your evolution unit in which you can show this as … of evidence pointing consistently to a conclusion of evolution in general, and/or human evolution in particular. 3. As part of your … apes. References & Resources ENSIweb is an online resource (from the Evolution and Nature of Science Institutes) which provides detailed classroom-tested …
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  • Famous Scientist Says a.I. Could Destroy Us - … end / the human race / cosmologist / communication / benefits / early stages / development / evolution / warning / technology / weapons Have a chat about the topics you … ) ____ we cannot even understand." rate chilling stages weapons benefits evolution markets threat LISTENING - Guess the answers. Listen to check. 1 … increasing rate. Humans, who are limited by slow / slowly biological evolution, couldn't compete, and would be super-speeded / superseded." This …
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  • Superbugs: An Evolving Concern - … Knowledge: Students should be familiar with bacterial growth and with evolution by natural selection. Basic Science-Public Health Connection: In this activity, students learn that the evolution of antibiotic resistance among bacteria observed in laboratory experi- ments … , transduction, and transposon-mediated exchange. This exchange allows for "accelerated evolution" of bacterial species (accelerated in the sense that random mutations …
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  • The Origins of Man - … -Year-Old Story" (one per student) -research materials on human evolution and migrations (geography textbooks, encyclopedias, reference books, computers with Internet … Odyssey, Interactive Activity (http://cgi.pbs.org/wgbh/aso/tryit/evolution/) - Human Evolution: A Look At Our Ancestors (http://www.humboldt.edu … include? What indescrepencies exist? Further Questions for Discussion: - What is evolution? - Where do scientists think human beings come from? - What fields …
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