Adaptations and Environmental Change: An Assessment

Unit 4: Ecosystems and Biological Evolution
Lesson 5 of 7

Objective: Students will be able to assess images and make claims with evidence regarding adaptations, traits, and environment.

Big Idea: Assessments are not always multiple choice! This session allows students to observe and make open ended claims, as long as they supply evidence.

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Science, environment, adaptation, student assessment, life science, fossils, biome
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