The evolution of eukaryotic cells and multicellular organisms.
Students explore cladistics through the process of organizing living things by common ancestry and evolutionary relationships. Students will gain a better understanding of diversity of life and evolutionary history.
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To use prior knowledge of root words to learn new vocabulary words using Etymology.
To engage with the text focusing on words relating to time using the Temporal Sequence strategy.
Students will use the Burgess Shale fossils to learn the importance of fossils and the optimum preservation conditions; using actual Burgess Shale fossil images, students will create their own predicted three-dimensional models of these former living organisms and their environment.
Covers the idea that Earth was encased in ice at the end of the Precambrian and how that Snowball Earth could have come about.
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