Draw It! Vocabulary Pre-Assessment

Unit 6: 6) Exploring Change ("The Theory of Natural Selection")
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Objective: Students will creatively express their interpretation of key concepts that collectively form the Theory of Natural Selection.

Big Idea: The Theory of Natural Selection is both complicated yet simple. Teasing out students' understanding of its key factors is a first big step to explaining how it all works.

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