Reflection: Rigor It's All Part of the "Body" Plan (Part 2/2) - Section 6: Putting It All Together: Development of Body Cavities

 

In this teaching reflection, I explain how I scaffold the lesson to show how scientists develop the three generalized body plans.  After students observe several different organisms, they are able to draw the different germ layers in the body plans on their own.  

  Rigor: Understanding the Development of Body Cavities
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It's All Part of the "Body" Plan (Part 2/2)

Unit 11: Invertebrates
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: Student will compare flatworm body plan with roundworm and earthworm body plans.

Big Idea: What do you have in common with an earthworm? Find out today.

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Biology / Life Science, Science, mitosis, Growth and Development, earthworms, Cell Differentiation, body cavities, System and Systems Models, roundworms
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