Classification, part 3- What is that?

Unit 3: Unit 4-Organisms and Evolution
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: Students will model the current naming system to better demonstrate understanding of the process of binomial nomenclature. Students will also create a dichotomous key to demonstrate their understanding of how organisms are classified.

Big Idea: Binomial Nomenclature and dichotomous keys are useful processes for naming new organisms.

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Science, clasification, Taxonomy, binomial nomenclature, dichtomous keys, Performance Task
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