Darwin @ the Comics! (#1 of 3)

Unit 6: 6) Exploring Change ("The Theory of Natural Selection")
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Objective: 1. Students will creatively express (communicate) their understanding (pre-assessment) of Charles Darwin and his theory. 2. Students will understand the various opinions of students regarding The Theory of Natural Selection (aka “evolution”) and suggest reasons for these different points-of-view.

Big Idea: Charles Darwin and his Theory are interpreted in widely different ways by equally different people. Comics can be used to convey these ideas in graphical ways.

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Subject(s):
Science, natural selection (Evolution), Differentiated Instruction, Performance Assessment
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