Using Student Doodles to Introduce the Concept of Evolution and Natural Selection

Unit 8: Unit 8: Evolution & Biological Diversity
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Objective: Students will be able to define evolution and describe the process of natural selection using classroom generated examples/data.

Big Idea: Use student drawings in this engaging activity to explore the concept of natural selection.

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