Describes Darwin's observations on the Galápagos Islands that led to his theory of evolution.
11 film clips on "Darwin's Dangerous Idea." The link will take you to a playlist of all the parts. This can be used in conjunction with the "Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle" concept reading.
Introduces evolution, variation in a population, and natural selection. A long yet interesting video, the relationships between evolution and natural selection as well as natural selection and variation are explained.
The text on the webpage is poorly chosen, grey on dark blue which makes it difficult to read. Lesson is on Reading excerpts of Darwin's Voyage and marking them on the world map. Answer key not provided.
Identify several observations that lead Darwin to conclude species evolved. Summarize the main points of Darwinâs theory of evolution by natural selection as it is stated today. Reading on Darwin's Biography with comprehension and inferential questions. No answer key provided.
Practice Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle questions
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle.
To predict the main ideas of the text based on context clues, to generate questions about a given topic and to organize and review the knowledge learned about the topic using the SQ3R strategy.
To stimulate the critical thinking skills required to assess the validity of statements about the key concept using an Agree/Disagree Table.
Covers attempts to back breed aurochs through the use of genetics and back breeding. Looks at efforts to restore wild areas of Europe by reintroducing the historical herbivore of the ecosystem.
World map for Excerpts from Charles Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle.
This study guide looks at Darwin's theory of evolution and natural selection. It also looks at some of the evidences supporting the theory of evolution (comparative anatomy, comparative embryology, biogeography).
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Darwin on the HMS Beagle.